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DirectX 9.0c Soundcard

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kaaai
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DirectX 9.0c Soundcard

Postby kaaai » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:53 pm

So the last time I played Bully was in 2011 on the 360 and recently I really wanted to play it again, this time on PC. I got it working for an hour but I had to format my hard drive as it was acting up. I reinstalled Bully and I got the same error as before only this time it didn't fix the DX9 soundcard issue. I'm running Windows 10.

I've tried the following.
- Install DX9 manually then placing it in the Bully folder.
- Renaming "DirectX" to "dx9"
- Using the 60FPS uncapped executable.

Hasn't fixed like it did before. Any help would be really appreciated as I've been wanting to play this game for a while now and I can't because of the bad PC port. Thank you for the replies in advanced (assuming there is any).

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Re: DirectX 9.0c Soundcard

Postby SimonBestia » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:32 pm

This happened when I tried to install Bully on school's PCs, (Don't ask why) the reason why that happened is because those computers had no audio.
Anyway, I searched on the internet and found this:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/12200/dis ... 3183631963
Scroll down and try to do what "VAULT BOY™ [FOR REAL]" says.
Last edited by SimonBestia on Tue Sep 19, 2017 11:45 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: DirectX 9.0c Soundcard

Postby kaaai » Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:00 pm

SimonBestia wrote:
Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:32 pm
This happened when I tried to install Bully on school's PCs, (Don't ask why) the reason why that happened is because those computers had no audio.
Anyway, I searched on the internet and found this:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/12200/dis ... 3183631963
Scroll down and try to do what "VAULT BOY™ [FOR REAL]" says.
Forgot to mention I tried that.

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Re: DirectX 9.0c Soundcard

Postby SimonBestia » Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:06 pm

Then I don't know, try downloading the latest drivers for your audio.
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Re: DirectX 9.0c Soundcard

Postby quinn » Sun Aug 27, 2017 9:45 pm

If you're trying to play in one Windows 10, there's not much point anyways, since it just crashes repeatedly. I would suggest installing Windows 7 and then doing it. Couldn't hurt, since you've already formatted your drive.

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Re: DirectX 9.0c Soundcard

Postby CheesyBorders » Sun Aug 27, 2017 11:07 pm

kaaai wrote:
Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:53 pm
So the last time I played Bully was in 2011 on the 360 and recently I really wanted to play it again, this time on PC. I got it working for an hour but I had to format my hard drive as it was acting up. I reinstalled Bully and I got the same error as before only this time it didn't fix the DX9 soundcard issue. I'm running Windows 10.

I've tried the following.
- Install DX9 manually then placing it in the Bully folder.
- Renaming "DirectX" to "dx9"
- Using the 60FPS uncapped executable.

Hasn't fixed like it did before. Any help would be really appreciated as I've been wanting to play this game for a while now and I can't because of the bad PC port. Thank you for the replies in advanced (assuming there is any).
Windows 10 seems to have tons of issues running Billy. I'd recommend downgrading to either windows 8.1 or windows 7.


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