Iz at iz.com
Wed Apr 25 00:57:31 CDT 2001
taken from www.everquest.com
DirectX 7.0a or Higher Required
EverQuest now requires that clients have DirectX 7.0a or higher installed.
To determine what version of DirectX is currently installed on your system:
1.. Click on start.
2.. Go up to the run box.
3.. In the Run window, type DXDIAG than hit ok. This will launch the
DirectX diagnostics tool.
Your version of DirectX will be listed at the bottom of System Information.
Version 7.0a is listed as "DirectX 7.0 (4.07.00.0716)"
"Gavriel State" <gav at transgaming.com> a écrit dans le message news:
3AE3304A.82D9BCFA at transgaming.com...
> Everquest isn't going to work for a while - it's a DX6 game, and it
> also relies on the Direct3D retained mode which isn't supported yet.
> It's possible that with our new HAL work, we'll be able to do the
> DX6 stuff it needs soon, but you'd then have to use Microsoft's
> Direct3D retained mode DLL until we have a replacement.
> Todd wrote:
> > Hello I have been working on getting everquest up with wine. Im running
> > a redhat 7.0 system with a Geforce 2 card, i have downloaded the newest
> > winx from Transgaming and have updated the header files per there
> > websight. I can get Unreal to work with wine but when i run Everquest
> > the updater works then i get several lines of
> > FIXME:pthread_rwlock_rdlock
> > followed by
> > fixme:ddraw:Main_DirectDraw_setCooperativelevel
> > then
> > fixme:ddraw:DirectDrawEnumerateExA no non-display devices supported
> > fixme:ddraw:DirectDrawEnumerateExA no detached secondary devices
> > supported
> > Finnally I get an everquest message window that says "no 3D device
> > found" and it closes out everything.
> > Anyone have a suggestion?
> Gavriel State, CEO
> TransGaming Technologies Inc.
> gav at transgaming.com
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