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    N64 Jabo's Direct 3D6 1.5 Plugin [Project 64] Windows XP Problems

    When i use Jabo's Direct 3D6 1.5 Plugin for Project 64, it works fine the first time, but if i close Project 64 and then try to open Project 64 again it will not let me, because of the Plug-in.

    In order for me to use Project 64 i need to delete this plug-in then un delete it when Project 64 detect that the plug-in is not there, and select within Project 64.

    It might be an update for Windows XP, but im not sure has any one come across this problem?

    System
    Microsoft Windows XP Professional [SP1]

    Computer
    AMD Duron 1.3 GHz Processor
    SD 256 MB Ram
    NVIDIA GeForce 2 MX

    Emulator
    Project 64 1.5
    Video :: Jabo's Direct 3D6 1.5
    Audio :: Jabo's Direct Sound 1.5
    Input :: N-Rage's Direct Input 8 V2 1.82a

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    I use WinXP and have not come across this problem, and am using all the latest updates/patches/service pack

    More specific? Error message?
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    N64

    I have attached a screen shot which acording to Micorsoft its the Plug-in. It use to work fine before i started installing Windows XP updates, its also happened to the MAME 32v66b Arcade emulator but thats the .exe file



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    N64

    Problem sorted out, I installed Direct X 9.

    "Oops!"


    It works fine now, my fault.

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    Nope Iíve still got the problem I had the 1.4 plug-in setup not 1.5 thatís why it worked, which it did anyway with the 1.4.

    Still need help if you have come across this problem and solved it post the answer here I would very much appreciate it.

    I still think itís something to do with installing windows xp updates.

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