Direct X 8.0

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#1

Ik wil DirectX 8.0 installeren, maar ik blijf hangen op de foutboodschap dat een vereist INFbestand niet kan worden gevonden.

Rare jongens die Mikkiesoftboys. Zou wel handig zijn om te weten welk INFbestand ze bedoelen. :frowning:

Wie weet een oplossing?

BTW ik gebruik Windows 98SE


#2

Hmm en je hebt de originele versie gedownd op de microsoftsite ofniet? Ik heb zelfde OS maar geen melding gehad! werkt perfect!


#3

Down dX8.0 nog eens anders. Misschien iets nie helemaal ok gegaan. :confused:


#4

Originally posted by Wookie
Down dX8.0 nog eens anders. Misschien iets nie helemaal ok gegaan. :confused:

pcies of ergens vandaan waar ie verkeerd stond! :wink:


#5

Over het algemeen zal de download wel kloppen als je em gewoon bij MS haalt. :stuck_out_tongue:


#6

Ik heb 'm inderdaad bij MS gehaald. Ook bij installeren van direct x 7 kreeg ik deze melding.

Ik heb een vergelijking gemaakt met de bestanden in C:/windows/inf op mijn andere pc. Daar stond Dx6migr.inf en die stond niet op de andere. Gekopieerd en het werkt nu.

Of het daar ook echt aan lag… Geen idee. Who cares, its up and running.:slight_smile:

tx voor de adviezen.


#7

vaaaaaaaaaaag! maar het werkt nu dus beter :stuck_out_tongue:


#8

Originally posted by -=HeadLesS=-
vaaaaaaaaaaag!

Dat krijg je bij een MS produkt er gratis bij hè! :wink:


#9

Originally posted by Wookie

Dat krijg je bij een MS produkt er gratis bij hè! :wink:

naja gratis gratis…is in de prijs doorberekend uiteraars! :stuck_out_tongue:


#10

Het enigste waar ik ooit geld in gestoken heb kwa MS produkt is downloadtijd en lege cdr’s! :wink:


#11

Originally posted by Wookie
Het enigste waar ik ooit geld in gestoken heb kwa MS produkt is downloadtijd en lege cdr’s! :wink:

The True CDFreaks-Spirit! :cool:


#12

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q177/4/30.asp

Description of DirectX Setup Error Codes


The information in this article applies to:

Microsoft Windows 95
Microsoft Windows 98
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 4.0
Microsoft Windows NT Server version 4.0
Microsoft Windows NT Server, Enterprise Edition version 4.0
Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition


SUMMARY
This article describes the error messages you might encounter as you install DirectX. DirectX a suite of components that enhance performance by accessing hardware features directly.

MORE INFORMATION
DirectX uses Dsetup.dll to control the installation of DirectX. If there is a problem during installation, you can use the following error codes to begin to diagnose the problem. For some error messages, suggestions for troubleshooting are provided.

1
(SETUP_SUCCESS-RESTART) Setup of DirectX 5.0 was successful and Setup prompts for a restart of the computer. This message should not be displayed.
0
(SETUP_SUCCESS) Setup of DirectX 5.0 was successful. This message should not be displayed.
-1
(BADWINDOWSVERSION) DirectX cannot be run on this version of Windows. This version of Windows is either Windows 3.x or a version of Windows NT that does not support this version of DirectX. Please do not attempt to install DirectX except in these operating systems.

DirectX is designed to work with Windows 95 or later and Windows NT 4.0 and later only.

This error message can also occur if the computer hardware is incompatible with this version of DirectX. For example, the NEC PC-98 is supported by DirectX 5.0, but the PC-98 drivers folder is required for installation.
-2
(SOURCEFILENOTFOUND) Setup could not find one of the DirectX files it is trying to install in its source folder.

This error message may occur if you remove the CD-ROM containing the DirectX Setup files. Replace the CD-ROM and restart the installation of DirectX.
-3
(BADSOURCESIZE) Setup detected a file it was attempting to install with a different size from the file shipped with DirectX 5.0.

A file may be damaged. Check with the provider of DirectX (such as the game manufacturer if DirectX came on a CD-ROM). If you downloaded DirectX, download the DirectX files again. You can download DirectX from Microsoft for free from the following Web site:
http://www.microsoft.com/directx/download.asp
Run Setup again.
-4
(BADSOURCETIME) Setup detected a file it was attempting to install with a different date from the file shipped with DirectX 5.0.

A file may be damaged. Check with the provider of DirectX (such as the game manufacturer if DirectX came on a CD-ROM). If you downloaded DirectX, download the DirectX files again. You can download DirectX from Microsoft for free from the following Web site:
http://www.microsoft.com/directx/download.asp
Run Setup again.
-5
(NOCOPY) Setup was unable to copy a file.

The DirectX source disk may not be available. A file may be damaged. Run Setup again.
-6
(OUTOFDISKSPACE) Setup detected there was not enough disk space to install DirectX 5.0.

Attempt to install to a different drive, or clear space from your destination drive and run DirectX Setup again.
-7
(CANTFINDINF) Setup could not find one of the .inf files used to install DirectX 5.0 (for example, the Directx.inf or Ddraw.inf file).

The DirectX source disk may not be available. A file may be damaged. Run Setup again.
-8
(CANTFINDDIR) Setup could not find a folder needed to install DirectX 5.0.

Verify that the source folder still exists and is available for the DirectX installation files. If not, download DirectX and Run Setup again.
-9
(INTERNAL) Setup detected an internal error. There are only two situations known to cause this error message:
Dsetup.dll could not load the Dsetup32.dll and Dsetup16.dll files.

Setup attempted to call a unicode version of Setup Advanced Programming Interfaces (APIs), which are not implemented.

If you receive this error message, rename the Dsetup16.dll and Dsetup32.dll files. To do so, follow these steps:
Click Start, point to Find, and then click Files Or Folders.

Type the following line in the Named box, and then click Find Now:
dsetup16.dll

Click the file, and then click Rename on the File menu.

Change the name to a .dxx extension. The file name should read as follows:
Dsetup16.dxx

Repeat steps 2-4 for the Dsetup32.dll file.

Reinstall DirectX.

-13
(NOTPREINSTALLEDONNT) Setup detected that it could not install DirectX in Windows NT because it did not detect an earlier version previously installed. Setup checks the version of Windows NT, and if it detects Windows NT 4.0 or later, it expects an earlier version of DirectX to be previously installed.
-14
DirectX Installation Error -14

Error -14 is generated when trying to install on a system with the same or later version of DirectX already installed.