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DX SetUp Parameters: Not Found

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by suzyb103, Sep 12, 2008.

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  1. suzyb103

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    Hi, I have just upgraded the memory to 704 mb Ram. on my Packard Bell laptop running Windows XP home edition to enable me to run Trainz 2006. When I installed Trainz 2006 I was asked if I wanted to instal DirectX 9.0 and when I said yes I was told it was aleady installed. I then got a big green tick indicating that all was fine. Previously and after the memory upgrade the computer worked fine with Tranz UTC and at first seemed to be fine with Trainz 2006. I was able to look at the railyard and scroll through the list. However, whenever I try to go into Driver mode whilst showing the page of basic controls the computer tells me I have made a fatal error and Event Viewer shows either error 1000 or 1002. I then ran diagnostics and it said "DX SetUp Parameters: Not Found" Can anyone help please.

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    suzyb103, What diagnostics and how exactly did you perform the task?
    Step by step for us please.
     
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    Hi,

    Thanks for replying. I went to run and ran "dxdiag". I should add that the computer I am using now is not the one with a fault - it is my husband's and does not have internet connection at the moment.
     
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