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  1. I am both compiling the samples with visual c++ 6 and visual studio 2005. Each solution from chapter 1 to 10 is made up of 2 projects: Engine and Test The output of the engine project is a lib file, while the output of the test project is an exe file. The last 3 chapters 11 -13 deal with making a fps game and the sln files consist of a single project called "game". This project uses the engine library file. I can compile and execute samples 2-5 wthout any problems in both vs6 and vs2005. However I cannot execute the rest of the samples. The exe files quit right after the inital dialog. Only compiling and subsequent running of the samples works until chapter 10. Additionally I cannot compile the projects in vs6 from chapter 5 onwards using the library file "d3dx9dt.lib". I need to replace it with "d3dx9.lib". When trying to compile the last 3 sample projects I get the error: "The value of ESP was not properly saved across a function call". I have also recompiled the engine library file for the last 3 projects, but then I get additional errors...
  2. Hello, I have a few problems trying to run the samples from the book "Programming a Multiplayer FPS in DirectX". I have directx 9.0c installed and use windows 10. I can run the sample project 7 and the projects from chapter 2 - 5, but have problems with projects 6 and 7 - 10. After I compile any of those and click on the according exe files in the debug folder they close immediately after the initial dialog. Furthermore, I get the following error, when trying to compile the last 2 projects: "The value of ESP was not properly saved across a function call". I greatly appreciate any help!
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