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DirectX on WINDOWS95=ENABLED(hebrew)

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Hello, when i've installed DirectX 5 on my win95 hebrew-enabled it said that the DirectX cannot understand the language of the win95 or somthing and when i rebooted i've got warning that in system.ini the win95 can't find vxd file or something. maybe my version of win95 is bad?
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You must have installed the English version on DirectX which doesn't understand your language config.

Go to http://www.microsoft.com/directx/resources/dx6end.htm and download the approprate version of DirectX 6 for the your language setup.

Hope this helps,

KAD
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