|06 Dec 2009||#1|
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DX9 fix for Media Player Classic
Since installing Windows 7, I have not been able to use VMR9 Renderless as it uses the DirectX 9 DLL files, which Windows 7 is lacking of course. The quick solution to that is to download the D3DX9_41.DLL from d3dx9_41.dll free download - DLL-files.com.Copy this file to where the MPC executable resides and you will be able to use VRM9 once again!
The following is a video showing how to do the above:
(Skip to 51 seconds to get to the interesting bit)
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