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I'm in despair!
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Huummm.... I think some file required for D3D to work got corrupted... here's a couple thing you may want to try:

1) Go to the command prompt, and type:

sfc /purgecache

This will force Win2K to check all required system fires (including DirectX) for integrity, and replace any he finds bad with the originals from the CD.

2) Try (re-)installing Service Pack 2. I don't think that'll solve the problem, but it might be worth a try.

[]s Badaro
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