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post #241 of 249
Is this dead?
post #242 of 249
define dead.
post #243 of 249
Hi Gary,

Can one still acquire the software?
post #244 of 249
See post #215
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Originally Posted by 1 Infinite Loop View Post

Too bad this doesn't work any more.


Tried to run the DirectX patch, no luck.


Should have been written for the Mac. That way it would actually work.

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Originally Posted by MitchSchaft View Post

I got it to work by right clicking on first102.exe, going to the compatability tab and choosing windows2000. Now it loads up fine for some reason. Wish the author didnt fall off the map
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I'm running XP sp3.

I'm trying to get the 1.02c version to run on my computer, I kept getting this error "missing D3DX9_32.DLL", so afte reading here
http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fixtheproblem/ht/restoredx9dll.htm
downloading the below now.

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=10990
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The December 2006 SDK includes D3DX9_32.DLL. This DLL includes the Direct3D 10 HLSL compiler enabled for Direct3D 9 targets (shader models 2.0 and later). The new compiler has no support for 1.x pixel shader targets. This new compiler is the default for Direct3D 9. As a result, all developers are encouraged to author their shaders in HLSL and use shader models 2.0 and higher. The legacy compiler is available using the /LD switch.
post #246 of 249
UPDATE!

The above works, and I'm doing this on my iMac27" under VMWARE emulation running WinXP!

I'm using it for my front height speakers now......

download software via post 215
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Originally Posted by reaper View Post

Huh? I downloaded the .rar from that web page you just posted... no problem.

frv1.02.rar.zip 172k .zip file

Edited by mtbdudex - 10/24/13 at 9:41am
post #247 of 249
Got the app running on XP. biggrin.gif

Does each cube represent 1 square foot? it appears that it does, but I entered the height of my front L/R at 36in from ground (plus speaker height 10") and it graphs them at about 30 - 40" in height from ground against the front wall - according to the cubed grid. I would think the L/R's would show 36-46" precisely against the front wall grid

My room height is 6.5ft.....not sure if that's throwing it off a little.

Just want to be sure that the height of the refection points on the side walls are an accurate representation. Thanks


post #248 of 249
Old thread- Strong bump biggrin.gif
post #249 of 249

Just DL and clicked on the app. Works perfect in Win7 64bit. Thanks a million.

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