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I'm using DXUT and try to make it run on older Windows versions. I read on MSDN about this, but I'm not sure how to include unicows.lib and .dll in the project (I'm using MS VC++ 2003). I have this in the Linker->Input window: Additional Dependencies: /nod:kernel32.lib /nod:advapi32.lib /nod:user32.lib /nod:gdi32.lib /nod:shell32.lib /nod:comdlg32.lib /nod:version.lib /nod:mpr.lib /nod:rasapi32.lib /nod:winmm.lib /nod:winspool.lib /nod:vfw32.lib /nod:secur32.lib /nod:oleacc.lib /nod:oledlg.lib /nod:sensapi.lib UnicoWS.lib kernel32.lib advapi32.lib user32.lib gdi32.lib shell32.lib comdlg32.lib version.lib mpr.lib rasapi32.lib winmm.lib winspool.lib vfw32.lib secur32.lib oleacc.lib oledlg.lib sensapi.lib dxerr.lib dxguid.lib d3dx9d.lib d3d9.lib dinput8.lib dsound.lib comctl32.lib Ignore All Default Libraries: No Ignore Specific Library: libcmtd.lib Is this ok? Do I have to include UnicoWS.dll in the project (where) or just copy it near the .exe?

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