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DirectX 8.1 under Windows2000 problem

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I have created a program using the DirectX 8.1 SDK. It all works perfectly under Windows 98 for myself and others. However, when I try to run it under Windows 2000 the program crashed. I use Borland C++ Builder 5.0. The lib files (d3d8.lib, d3dx8.lib) I have created using the "implib -f ......" program. (I tried coff2omf too). I think, that the problem is in the DLLs, because the d3dx8.dll isn''t included in SDK. Does anybody have these LIBs (DLLs) from SDK 8.1 converted for Borland C++ Builder? If so, please send me the link or these files. I have to force my program to work under win2000 well :] My email: novaks@seznam.cz Thank you for any suggestions. SN

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