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VideoWave Does Not Run


aseibert

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OK... Here's the deal.

 

Videowave would not run, and it was due to a .dll file that wa snot on my computer. It seems that it is a DirectX file, and it is reportedly not always on your computer.

 

Once you download it, and stick it in Windows/System32 directory, you are off to the races.

 

The error message in Vista Error reporting will show it has to do with module d3dx9_33.dll (My system had _27 and thatrs it)

 

You can get it from here> http://www.m3fe.com/files/d3dx9_33.zip

 

It is safe and will solve the issue if you are having the same videowave issues I am having and the other person had.

 

Just download it, unzip it and put it in your Windows>Systen32 directory and you are good to go.

 

Hope I helped someone out.

 

Mike

 

 

Mike,

Thanks. I downloaded d3dx9_33.zip and VideoWave works.

 

Best Regards,

Al

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An alternative is simply to install the latest DirectX 9 update. These are issued every two months and are cumulative, so you only need the latest one. (d3dx9_33.dll was part of the April update, which is what is included in the EMC 10 DX9 package).

 

The current (August 2007) update is available from

 

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...ylang=en&tm

 

The next one should be in October.

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I am havng this same problem... However there is an error message that says a file is missing and to reinstall the program which I am doing.

 

Also, the program stil gives an eror on exit and the culprit is CDDBui.dll.... this is the same issue I had with 9 which I totally uninstalled and here it is again!

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OK... Here's the deal.

 

Videowave would not run, and it was due to a .dll file that wa snot on my computer. It seems that it is a DirectX file, and it is reportedly not always on your computer.

 

Once you download it, and stick it in Windows/System32 directory, you are off to the races.

 

The error message in Vista Error reporting will show it has to do with module d3dx9_33.dll (My system had _27 and thatrs it)

 

You can get it from here> http://www.m3fe.com/files/d3dx9_33.zip

 

It is safe and will solve the issue if you are having the same videowave issues I am having and the other person had.

 

Just download it, unzip it and put it in your Windows>Systen32 directory and you are good to go.

 

Hope I helped someone out.

 

Mike

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I saw an error message about the file missing when launching Videowave standalone (via Icon)... When launching through launcher, it just crashed.

 

I don't know why this file wasn't on my computer, or whatnot... maybe it needs to be included with Roxio.. In any case, I am glad the fix was easy and hope this will save people time.

 

Mike

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i downloaded the d3dx9_33.dll

but then you said to unzip it and stick it in windows/system32.

can you tell me exactly how to do that???

any help would be appreciated. thanks.

OK... Here's the deal.

 

Videowave would not run, and it was due to a .dll file that wa snot on my computer. It seems that it is a DirectX file, and it is reportedly not always on your computer.

 

Once you download it, and stick it in Windows/System32 directory, you are off to the races.

 

The error message in Vista Error reporting will show it has to do with module d3dx9_33.dll (My system had _27 and thatrs it)

 

You can get it from here> http://www.m3fe.com/files/d3dx9_33.zip

 

It is safe and will solve the issue if you are having the same videowave issues I am having and the other person had.

 

Just download it, unzip it and put it in your Windows>Systen32 directory and you are good to go.

 

Hope I helped someone out.

 

Mike

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