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PXS2 don't seem to working well on my window 7 desktop
#1
Hi everyone i am new to this.

i am also having some problem in working out the program. It actually work when I installed the software at my 32bits XP laptop but it didn't work when i tried to install it at my Window 7 (64bits) desktop.

It kept mentioned that GP Plugin was not found? I suspected it could be the bios problem and thus i reinstall and redump all my bios into the bios folder but nothing work.

Can anyone advise on this? What could be problem? Hope for your help.

Thanks
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#2
First, don't post your problem multiple times throughout the forum, I deleted your other post.
Now you should tell us exactly the error message.
I can already tell you some stuff you should try:
1) Update DirectX (yes even on Windows 7 you need to do this): http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai...laylang=en
2) Download and install this: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai...laylang=en
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#3
(04-24-2010, 04:17 PM)shadowdragon80 Wrote: Hi everyone i am new to this.

i am also having some problem in working out the program. It actually work when I installed the software at my 32bits XP laptop but it didn't work when i tried to install it at my Window 7 (64bits) desktop.

It kept mentioned that GP Plugin was not found? I suspected it could be the bios problem and thus i reinstall and redump all my bios into the bios folder but nothing work.

Can anyone advise on this? What could be problem? Hope for your help.

Thanks

I think you mean "graphics plugin was not found" error message. If it is, download and update your DirectX to the latest package like Bositman said. Just follow the links
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#4
Oh hello guys, thanks for the advice. I realised the problem is due to detection of the bios. The solution is that i should not have installed it on my program files directory but instead at the main drive. This is what some people told me at another forum.
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#5
That has nothing to do with your BIOS, it's the usual permissions problem with Vista/ Windows 7 which is described in the FAQ, if you read it.
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#6
Okay I will read more about it. Thanks
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