- May 20, 2022
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- Pennsylvania, United States
I tried R25 and r26 on orbiter 2016 and the video tab aint showing up
You didn't install D3D9 for Orbiter beta?I tried R25 and r26 on orbiter 2016 and the video tab aint showing up
That is the one I have installed and it still not working.DirectX when installed nowadays might not include the DirectX 9 you need for Orbiter.
The link provided by @diogom several posts before is the one to install
000000.000: Module D3D9Client.dll ........ [Build 210722, API 160828]
And How do I use the tool?The Depends tool might help telling if there is anything missing:
No, Everything is there and the video tab will not show up no matter what I do.Hmmm, that's really odd. Is there any anti-virus application you can temporarily disable?
And double-check that the D3D9Client.dll is not anyhow broken (binary compare with the one from the ZIP)
Or re-download and overwrite again.
On this page there are several versions for Orbiter 2016, maybe trying a different revision helps.
D3D9ClientR4.26-forOrbiter2016(r1451).zip [beta] (9-Oct-2021) D3D9ClientR4.25-forOrbiter2016(r1446).zip [stable] (5-Aug-2021) D3D9ClientR4.24-forOrbiter2016(r1436).zip [stable] (21-Jul-2021) D3D9ClientR4.23-forOrbiter2016(r1431).zip [beta] (17-Jul-2021) D3D9ClientR4.22-forOrbiter2016(r1427).zip [beta] (31-May-2021)
Run it and open the <orbiter instalation folder>\Modules\Plugin\D3D9Client.dll file. There should be a list of DLLs it depends on, and some of them might be missing, which would help track down the problem.And How do I use the tool?
Maybe already pointed out by other members, but D3D9 client requires DirectX9.0c libraries:No, Everything is there and the video tab will not show up no matter what I do.