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Video Capture Usb, Win 8.1, Missing .dll

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Have a video capture usb, bought new software for win 8.1 upgrade.

 

Install seemed ok, anti virus off, ran program and the D3DX9_33.DLL missing popped up.

 

Checked around and i am running direct x 11.2.

 

No updates avaiable from microsoft.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thank you

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Have a video capture usb, bought new software for win 8.1 upgrade.

 

Install seemed ok, anti virus off, ran program and the D3DX9_33.DLL missing popped up.

 

Checked around and i am running direct x 11.2.

 

No updates avaiable from microsoft.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thank you

 

If you use the search function, above right, you will find a ton of posts relating to that error, and you will also find a possible cure.

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Thank you Grampa Bruce,

 

I have spent quite a bit of time reading the forums and most resolutions were from a DirectX 9.0 fix.....win 8.1 has 11.2 installed and windows will not let me run the directX 9.0.

 

I have searched Google and no real help there so I came here in hopes of a solution.

 

Just Started EasyVHS2DVD.exe, missing d3dx9_33.dll, try re-install....I have, with anti virus off...no change.

Clicked ok and same message again.

Clicked ok and.....No debugger found.

Registered JIT debugger is not available, blah blah, error code of 0x2

"C:\Program Files\Soluto\Debugger\x86\ntsd.exe" - p 4668 -d -noio -c".dump / mFhut /u /o

C:\ProgramData\Soluto\Dumps\ApplicationDumps\JIT .dmp; .kill; q"

 

Click on Retry to have the process wait while attaching a debugger manually.

Click on Cancel to abort the JIT debug request.

 

Have done the "Retry" and it still has seemingly the same issue.

 

Hope this info may help with video capture. Thank you, bootup

 

 

 

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DirectX 11.x is not the same thing as DirectX 9.0

 

The program requires DirectX 9.0!

 

I never installed the older version on Win8 but only the EVD 3 Pro which installed without any problem and did install DirectX 9.

 

I realize it is for Vista but follow the last Pinned Post here by cdanteek about installing.

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DirectX 11.x is not the same thing as DirectX 9.0

 

The program requires DirectX 9.0!

 

I never installed the older version on Win8 but only the EVD 3 Pro which installed without any problem and did install DirectX 9.

 

I realize it is for Vista but follow the last Pinned Post here by cdanteek about installing.

Thank you Jim,

 

I understand about Directx, and that it cannot be removed from win8, 8.1.

So with that in mind will the vhs capture usb work in win 8.1?

I can not find anyone on the internet that has had any success going backwards from Directx 11 for anything ie: video games, movies.

 

ps: I have installed the vhs to dvd3 software from roxio and it gave me no option to install directx 9.

 

Thanks for your help.

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Actually the Win 8 list, HERE, only mentions EVD3...

]Just for your information, you do not go back to DirectX 9 but install it - one does not supersede the other. -_-

 

Likewise, I have not been able to get my older version of the Capture device to work with the newer NXT 3, otherwise I would have suggested a software upgrade... Looks like you upgraded yourself out of a working product :unsure:

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Actually the Win 8 list, HERE, only mentions EVD3...

 

]Just for your information, you do not go back to DirectX 9 but install it - one does not supersede the other. -_-

 

Likewise, I have not been able to get my older version of the Capture device to work with the newer NXT 3, otherwise I would have suggested a software upgrade... Looks like you upgraded yourself out of a working product :unsure:

I did try to install directx9 and it would not even allow me to try on win 8.1.

 

Thank you for all your input.

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