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DirectX errors abound in Windows-based games, in both Windows XP and Windows Vista. Most of the time, the error involves a specific DirectX file, usually starting with "d3dx9" and ending in some number.

Unfortunately, the solution is rarely as simple as replacing the one file. I've seen a lot of these problems in the last several years and the latest of them is a problem with the d3dx9_41.dll file.

Here's an easy to follow guide to fix the "d3dx9_41.dll is missing" issue.
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