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Pet Vet cd

The cd won't play & I'm getting this error mesage.
Error code - line 87 d3dxerr do you want to debug application

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You may have the wrong windows, vista dont run any thing thats windows xp or 98 or 95.

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A Runtime Error has occurred. Do you wish to debug? Line: 0 Error: 'auto' is undefined. This keeps popping up, please help its driving me mad.


I would assume that the same application is always causing the problem. Usually the application or driver will have an update. You are getting an error from Windows telling you an application has done something it does not like.
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i) usually whenever there is virus, spyware, ... in your system some of the .dll will be lost or will lead to curruption or partial currption(some data or all the data in the .dll will be lost)

ii) as such some .dll files are heart or important to run system, some .dll files play mere role.

iii) when such .dll files are lost the program using these .dll files cannot locate or find their .dll files in such you get errors message as u said......

iv) as u debuging is not possible in the normal way until unless you have some debugging program or software such as "Visual Studio 2005" or Visual BASIC TOOLS....

v) due to loss of some important .dll files your system might shutdown frequently..... but you are fortunate that you are getting error message....and these .dll play mere role....

vi) i would suggest to install some best rated antivirus, spyware( Bit Defender -rated top, AVG, Norton....) after perform full system scan try reinstall your OS or format your system or load OS Freshly....

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I installed program ( Pet Vet) completely; however, when we went to play program the following errors occured: Line 87 DEDXERR invalid data 00x88780b59 terminating in an unusual way c: program...


It may be an address violation. Uninstall the program.delete folder pet vet from c:/program files. restart the system. reinstall the application. If possible install into some other drives like d: or e: etc

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Mar 29, 2008 | Microsoft Windows 98 for PC

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I'm playing Pet Vet 2 and i got it installed but once i clicked The Pet Vet 2 button it said Pixel Shader unavailable


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System Code Error 87


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Although it may be a missing file, DLL, or driver on your Windows 98 system, hard to tell.

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The only documentation I have been able to locate on this issue indicated to reinstall the program, and this solved the problem for at least one user. However, they did not report a video memory issue. According to the program documentation, a minimum of 64MB of video memory is required for this program. So, if you do not have that much video memory, the game will not work properly. Best solution - reinstall, and if it does not work, check your video memory. If under 64MB, you would need a new video card with more memory in order to run the program. Thanks for rating FixYa!

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