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    Credits go to: elishacloud Description This DLL file is a DLL module that is designed to improve compatibility in games using DirectInput 1-7 (dinput.dll) by converting all API calls to their equivalent DirectInput 8 (dinput8.dll) ones. This allows older games to be able to use newer tools and wrappers written for DirectInput 8. An example of an engine that can make use of DirectInput is Unreal Engine 1. This also serves to disable mouse acceleration in UE1 games, and possibly in other old 3D engines as well. Installation To install just unzip the dinput.dll file into the folder of a DirectInput 1-7 program or game. Password is pcgw Note: Do not attempt to overwrite any .dll in a Windows system directory as it is currently not supported and will not work. Uninstallation Delete the dinput.dll file from the game's directory. You can also delete the associated log file, if there is one. Supported Games 1NSANE 8th Wonder of the World Arcanum Atlantis 3: The New World B-17: Flying Fortress Beyond Atlantis Call To Power 2 Castle Adventure Clive Barker's Undying Colin McRae Rally 2 Commandos 2 Commandos 3 Conquest: Frontier Wars Chris Sawyer's Locomotion Dark Reign Digger XP DOSBox Dungeon Keeper 2 Enclave FA-18E: Super Hornet Gangsters: Organized Crime Geneforge Saga 1-4 Hogs of War Interstate 76 Interstate 82 Jazz Jackrabbit 2 Knight Rider Knight Rider 2 Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader MegaRace 3 Might and Magic IX Moto Racer Moto Racer 2 Myst III: Exile NOX Populous: The Beginning Rayman 2: The Great Escape Raymond 2 Requiem: Avenging Angel Settlers 3 Simon the Sorcerer 3D Shogo Slave Zero Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Fallen Star Wars Episode I: Racer Uprising: Join or Die Uprising 2: Lead and Destroy Vampire: The Masquerade Redemption Warrior Kings Warrior Kings: Battles X-COM: Interceptor
  2. Version 1.0.0


    A simple replacement of OMT2.dll to make Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius compatible on modern systems just extract it on the game's installation folder and play the game. I didn't do this fix, I just took it from the Speedrunning Discord
  3. Version 1.0.0


    Originally posted by rajkosto here. Unpack the archive, copy its contents to the main game folder, then press F4 to toggle motion blur in the game. Works with the DirectX 11 version only.
  4. Version 1.0.0


    libEGL.dll retrieved from Next Up Hero, from NextUpHero\GameGuide\Streamer\bin\32bit\libEGL.dll, on the 2018-12-15. Extract to the same folder as Chrono Trigger.exe, so to Steam\steamapps\common\Chrono Trigger.
  5. Garrett




    OpenAL extracted from a Creative driver installer. This is an official update and is newer than the version on Creative's site. Games that include OpenAL32.dll will not use the updated file unless you delete or replace the game's own version to make it see the new one instead.
  6. Version


    Original source: Guru3D This is the atiumdag.dll file v8.14.10.761. It is for fixing rendering issues in games with AMD/ATI GPUs. The file should only be used with game fixes that specifically link to this version. It should not be used in any other case. General installation instructions: To install it, extract the file to the folder where the main game executable resides. Accept any overwrite dialog windows that may appear. NOTE: It is recommended to backup any existing version of the DLL file in the game folder before overwriting it.
  7. Version 1.7.28


    Windows-compatible version of Wine's DirectX 8.1 implementation; useful for fixing issues with older games on modern graphics cards and operating systems. Compiled from the source code for Wine 1.7.28. Complete changelog can be found here.
  8. Version 1.7.28


    Windows-compatible version of Wine's DirectX 9.x implementation; useful for fixing issues with older games on modern graphics cards and operating systems. Compiled from the source code for Wine 1.7.28. Complete changelog can be found here.
  9. Version 5.1.2600.0


    d3drm.dll file needed on Windows Vista and newer for some older games that crash citing this file ("d3drm.dll is missing from your computer" or similar). Extract the DLL into the same folder as the game's main executable. This file was extracted from a genuine Windows XP installation CD.
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