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I have some problem when compile project like this so please help = =" 1>------ Build started: Project: psxd3d, Configuration: Release Win32 ------ 1>Performing Custom Build Step 1>Microsoft (R) D3DX9 Shader Assembler 9.11.519.0000 1>Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 2002-2003. All rights reserved. 1>Usage: vsa <options> <file> 1> /I<include> additional include path 1> /Vi display details about the include process 1> /Vd disable validation 1> /Zi enable debugging information 1> /Gfa avoid flow control constructs 1> /Gfp prefer flow control constructs 1> /Fo<file> output object file 1> /Fc<file> output assembly code listing file 1> /Fx<file> output assembly code and hex listing file 1> /Fh<file> output header file containing object code 1> /Vn<name> use <name> as variable name in header file 1> /Cc output color coded assembly listings 1> /D<id>=<text> define macro 1> /nologo suppress copyright message 1>Project : error PRJ0019: A tool returned an error code from "Performing Custom Build Step" 1>Build log was saved at "file://c:\Documents and Settings\The fool\Desktop\elitestarfighter\3d\psxd3d\Release\BuildLog.htm" 1>psxd3d - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s) ========== Build: 0 succeeded, 1 failed, 0 up-to-date, 0 skipped ========== I don't sure that about visual studio path configuration I try a few day but not work. please help

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It looks like a custom build step is calling a program called 'vsa' with the wrong parameters, or none at all. Perhaps you've got a more recent version of this program than the project was intended for? Anyway, you should be able to find what it's doing by pressing the right mouse button on your project, pick 'properties' then 'custom build step'.

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