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You can download sdk from here . It includes everything you need for directx programming(9, 10, 11); Edited by DgekGD

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The community is split between the older guys saying "why don't you just make an installer" and the newer folks saying "I want a single executable that works on all WinXP machines regardless". Personally I like the latter when doing mini-projects that I may want to distribute to a small volume of people. I would hardly install a simple modelviewer, I would sure want one that is a single exe, no installs required.

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Hi!

The old versions of DirectX has been removed from Mirosoft's servers.

I had the same problem. They would answer such question, but they rather do not publish them...
I aksed Chuck Waolburn, an expert at MS and he has suggested a newer version.
You would search the SDK through the Internet or ask someone only.

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Excuse me but wtf? What is this doing with DirectX 9.0a?


The only reason I can think of to use the 2003 SDK for is to build a release that works for all early WinXP releases. The only way to get a 2012 SDK to work on the early WinXP releases is to accompny your program with an installer packed with redistibutables. Edited by Tispe

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I am not sure, but WinXP SP2 is required from DIrectX June 2010 (because of Visual C++ 2010 runtime).
You would find something newer, that will be able to work on such platform.

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No this is not my problem. I'm reverse engenering program which was compiled with this SDK so that's way I need it.
You would search the SDK through the Internet or ask someone only.[/quote]
Hwo to ask ? Any ideas ?

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