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D3D9.dll enb issue

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I am now on the latest version - v1.2 build 28 I think.

 

Has the installer changed at all....for the 1st time it advised me that I had an enb mod d3d9.dll present in my fsx folder (which I did have) that would prevent the fixer from running!

 

It not a problem as I simply renamed the dll to off and re-ran the fixer installer but I have had previous versions of the fixer installed without this message so what's changed??

 

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Steve

 

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Steve added a test to see if the ENB Series dll was installed, as it is not compatible with DX10, and has crashed a number of systems where the user was not aware of the issue.

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Paul

 

Thanks for the response - is there a "changelog" anywhere at all....might be useful as its always bare bones detail on what's actually been updated!!

 

Regards

 

Steve

 

 

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Not that I know of, Steve, but it's a good idea, and lots of vendors do this. I'll send your request to Steve. 

 

pj

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Duh! ...  it's on the page right after the Copyright, Credits, Support & Beta Testers page. It doesn't have a number and I don't look at it unless asked!

 

There's an acronym for this somewhere.... something like R-T-  er.. something - something...  :lol: 

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Thanks Paul.....deep down I should have known....RTM is not my strong point!!

 

I'll mark this thread as "solved".

 

Now if in the next update you could just find me an extra 15-20 fps from the fixer that would be lovely...thanks in advance :lol:

 

Regards

 

Steve

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:LMAO:     The RTM comment was aimed at MEEEE!!!    :lol:

 

I sent Steve the email, and he sent back "Manual - page 2"    :Doh:  :LMAO:

 

 

Duh!

B) 

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Hi guys...

 

I also just tried installing build 28 and got the same error message.  It's weird because I have NEVER installed ENBseries, so I'm not sure why on this version I can't install the DX10Fixer libraries. 

 

I'm wondering what the best work around is.  I feel like this post is "inside baseball" because I have no idea what RTM stands for, and I don't see what in the manual on page 2 has anything to do with this issue.

 

so...what should I do to install build 28?  Should I rename the d3d9.dll file?  and to what??

 

Thanks!

 

Don

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Don

 

I must apologise, my understanding was that the presence of that dll in the fsx directory always caused fsx to crash and thus it made sense to insist it was removed. I didn't realise that on some people's system it didn't cause a problem...

 

You can just rename it to enbd3d9.dll note this is the file in the fsx directory.

 

I will make the check a warning only in the next version.

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No worries, thanks for the reply.  I renamed it and all is well.  Thanks for all your work, by the way.....I'm a big DX10 fan now :)

 

And I realized.....RTM...Read The Manual, lol!

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