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Originally Posted by CRUSTY
DX10 = not supported by windows xp....
lol Windows XP still get something NEW
Originally Posted by Microsoft Corporation
The Provided D3D9D.dll for Windows XP is Versioned for Service Pack 2
The D3D9D.dll that is included in the February 2010 and later DirectX SDKs is versioned for Windows XP SP2. If you use this DLL on Windows XP SP3 with an application that uses the Windows Presentation Framework (WPF), the code in the DLL will assert. This issue does not occur on Windows Vista or Windows 7. If you require only debug output, that is, you do not require symbols, you could also use the checked version of D3D9.dll, which is compatible with Windows XP SP3. Just rename the checked D3D9.dll to D3D9D.dll. The checked version of D3D9.dll is available to MSDN subscribers.