Last DirectX for WinXP SP3 x86? 9.0c or 9.0d?


G

Greegor

When I went to find the latest DirectX it appeared
that 9.0c was the last "vintage" for WinXP.

I got a "runtime redistributable" and installed it
but some instructions I found for confirming the
version installed on a machine required using
DXDIAG which is NOT in the "runtime redistributable".

So then I looked at a MS page with a September 8 2009
SDK package and noticed this:

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=23549

[ some ways down ... ]

August 2009 D3D9D.dll is Versioned for Windows XP SP2

The D3D9D.dll that is included in the August 2009 DirectX SDK is
versioned for Windows XP SP2. If you use this DLL on Windows
XP SP3 with an application that uses the Windows Presentation
Framework (WPF), the code in the DLL will assert. This issue
does not occur on Windows Vista or Windows 7. If you require
only debug output, that is you do not require symbols, you could
also use the checked version of D3D9.dll, which is compatible
with Windows XP SP3. Just rename the checked D3D9.dll to
D3D9D.dll. The checked version of D3D9.dll is available to
MSDN subscribers.

---------------------------------

Can somebody help me interpret this mess?

D3D9D stands for DirectX 3D version 9D correct?

Does this mean that the last version of
DirectX for Windows XP is actually
DirectX 9.0d with 3D?

Or is this D39D.dll actually a sub part of Direct X?

Is it possible that 9.0c is the last version but that
a sub-part was updated inside of that?

What the heck IS Windows Presentation Framework
this D3D9D upstages or "asserts" over?

WPF is not an early (2009) term for .NET Framework is it?

Can anybody give me a definitive answer about whether
9.0c or 9.0d (D3D9D.DLL) is the last DirectX for
WinXP Pro SP3 x86?

I've given up on .NET Framework 1,2,3.0,3.5,4 finally but
does the way this D3D9D.dll "asserts" have any implications
for people running the .NET Framework monstrosity?

Are DirectX 9.0c or DirectX 9.0d being pushed by Microsoft Update
site?
 
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Greegor

Why are you Multi-Posting to all those news groups and not one is  a
m.p.directx.* news group ?  They exist!

For example:
What does  m.p.windowsxp.setup_deployment  have to with an update of an OS
sub-component ?
What would Windows XP setup and deployment have to do
with setting up a Microsoft windows component called
DirectX?

Surely you jest.

Every usenet group on the list is about Windows XP.

As I assume you KNOW, Windows XP support is
coming to a close next year.

On top of that, usenet newsgroups have been
collapsing for lack of use. Usenet itself is fading as well.

Rounding up the last and best versions of
Windows installs and updates should be of
interest to anybody associated with Windows XP.

If you're going to just walk away from Windows XP
then why would you care about these issues?
 
J

John Smith

"Greegor"

DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)for Win-DXP SP3

< http://www.falconfly.de/directx.htm >
All DirectX Drives here.........


DirectX 9.0c After Updates::
------------------
DirectX Components
------------------
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Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3DX.dll: 5.04.0000.3900 English Final Retail 11/25/2012 16:17:25 2676224 bytes
Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3DX.dll: 9.04.0091.0000 English Final Retail 11/25/2012 16:17:27 2846720 bytes
Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3DX.dll: 9.05.0132.0000 English Final Retail 11/25/2012 16:17:28 563712 bytes
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G

Greegor

G > When I went to find the latest DirectX it appeared
G > that 9.0c was the last "vintage" for WinXP.

DHL > Why are you Multi-Posting to all those news
DHL > groups and not one is a m.p.directx.* news
DHL > group ? They exist!
DHL > For example:
DHL > What does m.p.windowsxp.setup_deployment
DHL > have to with an update of an OS sub-component ?

G > What would Windows XP setup and deployment
G > have to do with setting up a Microsoft windows
G > component called DirectX?
G > Surely you jest.

DHL > This is NOT a case of [you] installing
DHL > Windows XP from scratch nor deploying
DHL > WinXP in an evironment.

Perhaps not in the traditional IT sense of operating
a corporate update server and pushing everything
from there to each machine... However, I'm
trying to build an ideal "master" for cloning
to my little "fleet" of identical OEM computers.

DHL > You are discussing updating a
DHL > sub-component of WinXP (that happens
DHL > to exist in multiple OS versions ) and
DHL > thus m.p.windowsxp.setup_deployment
DHL > is not a valid news group.

Even if it were not as extremely OS dependent
as it is, I would still disagree with your view.

G > Every usenet group on the list is about Windows XP.

DHL > That doesn't make it correct to post to all
DHL > of them and you failed to even post in the
DHL > m.p.directx.* hierarchy. If you are going to
DHL > discuss DirectX under XP [then] look under
DHL > m.p.directx.* for an appropriate news group.

Perhaps you are approaching this as a software
developer based on the platform this creates.
You suggest approaching it beginning as a platform.

I am approaching this as a user and see it only
as a necessity extension of WinXP for general
functionality.

If somebody is trying to build a good general-purpose
master system to clone, you would force them
to go to specific usenet groups for each of the
little extensions like Adobe, Java, Codecs, MSE, etc.

Aren't you being a rediculous purist in that sense?

The hierarchy options under microsoft.public.directx:
graphics audio video misc input_devices and
app_compat ( last post May 7 2010 )
( d3dx9_38.dll was discussed in 2008 relative to 64 bit XP )
( D3D9D.dll on XP was apparently only a DEBUG version, in SDK.)

G > As I assume you KNOW, Windows XP support is
G > coming to a close next year.

DHL > That's a moot point.

I disagree. I think that's a GIGANTIC point!

G > On top of that, usenet newsgroups have been
G > collapsing for lack of use. Usenet itself is fading as well.
G >
G > Rounding up the last and best versions of
G > Windows installs and updates should be of
G > interest to anybody associated with Windows XP.
G >
G > If you're going to just walk away from Windows XP
G > then why would you care about these issues?

Context restored at no charge.

Thanks for your help, David.


Apparently the DXDIAG.EXE utility is in C:/WINDOWS/System32
and shows that WinXP Pro SP3 x86 has 9.0c as standard.

I made the mistake before of searching for DXDIAG using the
built in SEARCH for files function which was not indexing
system and hidden files. I'm working on that.
 
J

John Smith

David H. Lipman

if Greegor kill file
he will miss out on;;
DirectX-10 for WinXP SP3 x86!
 
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G

Greegor

DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)for Win-DXP SP3
Yup, 9.0d appears to be a diagnostic version.
DirectX 10 for Xp here!
Not exactly 10 but thanks! Web installer

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35

DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer

The Microsoft DirectX® End-User Runtime provides updates to 9.0c and
previous versions of DirectX — the core Windows® technology that
drives high-speed multimedia and games on the PC.

Version: 9.29.1974 Date published: 4/18/2011 dxwebsetup.exe 286 KB

Redistributable version of same update:

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8109

DirectX End-User Runtimes (June
2010)ShareEmailHotmailBloggerAOLFacebook

This download provides the DirectX end-user redistributable that
developers can include with their product.

Quick details
Version: 9.29.1974 Date published: 4/18/2011
directx_Jun2010_redist.exe 95.6 MB
 
J

JJ

John Smith said:
DirectX 10 for Xp here!

DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer
Version: 9.29.1974 Date published: 4/18/2011
< http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35 >
DirectX 10 for XP isn't officially exist. The one available on the net are
hacked installation from the official DirectX 10 for Vista+, which
apparently, some of the DLL files are still usable in XP and are manually
repacked in a ZIP file and some are in a third party installer.

Also that link is for DirectX 9.0c (June 2010) version 9.29.1974 whose full
installer is at:

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8109
 
J

John Smith

"Greegor"
you ben coming up with good info on your own..

Keep up to good work ;)
 
G

Greegor

That stuff you posted about an unofficial DirectX 10 is interesting.
Thanks!
 
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John Smith

Ant said:
That stuff you posted about an unofficial DirectX 10 is interesting.
Are you going to use it? [grin] I wouldn't.
From: Ant <[email protected]>
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0
(Windows NT 5.1; rv:17.0)
Gecko/17.0 Firefox/17.0
SeaMonkey/2.14

It would help,
If you would get,
Windows XP: Home,
Professional,
Media Center OS,
First,
Ant with Linux OS...
 
S

Steve Urbach

Ant said:
That stuff you posted about an unofficial DirectX 10 is interesting.
Are you going to use it? [grin] I wouldn't.
From: Ant <[email protected]>
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0
(Windows NT 5.1; rv:17.0)
Gecko/17.0 Firefox/17.0
SeaMonkey/2.14

It would help,
If you would get,
Windows XP: Home,
Professional,
Media Center OS,
First,
Ant with Linux OS...
ANT use Linux? Ha Ha
NT5.1 is Windows. Firefox (and Mozilla) is multi-platform
 
G

Greegor

G > That stuff you posted about an unofficial DirectX 10 is
interesting.

Ant > Are you going to use it? [grin] I wouldn't.

Nope.
 
J

John Smith

Ant said:
Ant said:
On 12/1/2012 10:49 PM PT, Greegor typed:

That stuff you posted about an unofficial DirectX 10 is interesting.

Are you going to use it? [grin] I wouldn't.
From: Ant <[email protected]>
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0
(Windows NT 5.1; rv:17.0) Gecko/17.0 Firefox/17.0 SeaMonkey/2.14

It would help, If you would get, Windows XP: Home, Professional, Media
Center OS, First, Ant with Linux OS...
I do have remote and local Linux and Mac OS X machines. Windows is my
primary one. :)
Steve Urbach
Believe all you have is a Windows,

I see the Linux post here,
But I did not know
or see the Mac OS X here..

So you use the Mac to make Software... ;)
 
J

John Smith

Greegor said:
G > That stuff you posted about an unofficial DirectX 10 is
interesting.

Ant > Are you going to use it? [grin] I wouldn't.

Nope.
Ant will open it up,
like a can of StarKisk,
just to see if it is,
Chunk Light Tuna,
or just a CatFish
 
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S

Steve Urbach

Ant said:
On 12/1/2012 10:49 PM PT, Greegor typed:

That stuff you posted about an unofficial DirectX 10 is interesting.

Are you going to use it? [grin] I wouldn't.

From: Ant <[email protected]>
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0
(Windows NT 5.1; rv:17.0) Gecko/17.0 Firefox/17.0 SeaMonkey/2.14

It would help, If you would get, Windows XP: Home, Professional, Media
Center OS, First, Ant with Linux OS...
I do have remote and local Linux and Mac OS X machines. Windows is my
primary one. :)
Steve Urbach
Believe all you have is a Windows,

I see the Linux post here,
But I did not know
or see the Mac OS X here..

So you use the Mac to make Software... ;)
You replied to the wrong person.
ANT says he DOES have other systems.
I only have W and L
I post with Agent, which integrates best with W (URL links are a PITA with
Wine, which want to run a Windows browser, instead of allowing URL's in
messages to be handled by the primary OS's browser. Maintaining bookmarks over
3 browsers is a royal PITA )
 
J

John Smith

Steve Urbach said:
Ant said:
On 12/2/2012 5:29 PM PT, John Smith typed:

On 12/1/2012 10:49 PM PT, Greegor typed:

That stuff you posted about an unofficial DirectX 10 is interesting.

Are you going to use it? [grin] I wouldn't.

From: Ant <[email protected]>
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0
(Windows NT 5.1; rv:17.0) Gecko/17.0 Firefox/17.0 SeaMonkey/2.14

It would help, If you would get, Windows XP: Home, Professional, Media
Center OS, First, Ant with Linux OS...

I do have remote and local Linux and Mac OS X machines. Windows is my
primary one. :)
Steve Urbach
Believe all you have is a Windows,

I see the Linux post here,
But I did not know
or see the Mac OS X here..

So you use the Mac to make Software... ;)
You replied to the wrong person.
No Steve I posted a reply to ANT,
but the right person read it.... ;)
ANT says he DOES have other systems.
I only have W and L
On the same machine?
I post with Agent, which integrates best with W (URL links are a PITA with
Wine, which want to run a Windows browser, instead of allowing URL's in
messages to be handled by the primary OS's browser. Maintaining bookmarks over
3 browsers is a royal PITA )
use WLM for eternal-september.org,
it's a Sweet KITA..

--
Always turning on the Automatic Updates feature in Windows XP.

Faulty uninstall files.
Now you need to know how to use MS Fix-It
< http://fixitcenter.support.microsoft.com/Portal >
 
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Steve Urbach

Steve Urbach said:
On 12/2/2012 5:29 PM PT, John Smith typed:

On 12/1/2012 10:49 PM PT, Greegor typed:

That stuff you posted about an unofficial DirectX 10 is interesting.

Are you going to use it? [grin] I wouldn't.

From: Ant <[email protected]>
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0
(Windows NT 5.1; rv:17.0) Gecko/17.0 Firefox/17.0 SeaMonkey/2.14

It would help, If you would get, Windows XP: Home, Professional, Media
Center OS, First, Ant with Linux OS...

I do have remote and local Linux and Mac OS X machines. Windows is my
primary one. :)

Steve Urbach
Believe all you have is a Windows,

I see the Linux post here,
But I did not know
or see the Mac OS X here..

So you use the Mac to make Software... ;)
You replied to the wrong person.
No Steve I posted a reply to ANT,
but the right person read it.... ;)
ANT says he DOES have other systems.
I only have W and L
On the same machine?
I post with Agent, which integrates best with W (URL links are a PITA with
Wine, which want to run a Windows browser, instead of allowing URL's in
messages to be handled by the primary OS's browser. Maintaining bookmarks over
3 browsers is a royal PITA )
use WLM for eternal-september.org,
it's a Sweet KITA..
I see what happened. somehow the reply indent on my sig got removed on your
post and it appeared you were addressing me.. Scrolling to the top, I see
'Ant' as the replyto.
 
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