DirectX Samples

Can anyone show me where to download DirectX 7 samples ?
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hongjunConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Go to
Then search for DirectX
Download the correct version from the site.

Oops... Sorry. What I gave you is DirectX 7.0 drivers.

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a14b12Author Commented:
Thanks all, but I'm new with DX7, so I'd like to have standard samples. I know there're some in MSDN but I can't find it. Can you show me where I can download those samples.

I have some samples in my MSDN library (Visual Studio 6 Ent. Edition) but they are written using Visual C++ and not VB.
The source codes I showed you are simple VB applications using DX7 classes.
You can also take a look of a DX7 tutorial (using VB):

good luck


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