I have installed NASA World Wind. The installation completed successfully, but the program will not run. I get the following error message:- "File or assembly name Microsoft, DirectX, Direct3DX, or one of it's dependencies, was not found." Does anyone know how I can fix this? I have installed the most recent graphics drivers and the most recent update of DirectX 9.0c including Managed directX. OS is Windows XP Pro SP2. I am out for a while this evening but will be back at about 9.00pm to see whats happening. Thank-you.
i had problems with it running and it was because of the microsoft net framework,so i downloaded it and all went fine..dont think its the same prob as yours though as the nassa worldwind prompted me to download it..kind regards akanic
I had a different problem before and updated the .net framework. I was already on Directx 9.0c and ran Dxdiags, which found no problems but the FAQs suggested I needed the managed DirectX, hence the further update. All this, and then reinstalling World Wind, fixed a previous problem but threw up this new error.
P.S. I also re-downloaded World Wind before reinstalling. Perhaps I need to wait for the next program update.