I just upgraded DirectX to 9.0 on a Windows 98SE PC.

Posted on 2003-03-11
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I just upgraded DirectX to 9.0 on a Windows 98SE PC.

After that, graphics on some web sites (not all) will not show up. For example, our homepage, www.glrl.lib.nc.us , graphics will not show in IE 6.0 BUT THEY DO SHOW UP IF YOU PRINT THE PAGE from IE 6.0.

They all show in Netscape 6.0 from the same machine and other browsers from different PC's.

Any ideas?

Thanks - Chad
Question by:cceller
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stretchsp earned 150 total points
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I would remove directX9.0 and go back to 8.1

here is a link for the 8.1 download


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Thanks for your help!

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