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Make sure you have DirectX installed before trying to run the game, To install DirectX, go to the _Redist folder in your download folder and run “DXSETUP” and . Then launch the game with “dxloader/launch”.
After that I tried “dxloader.exe /launch” but the result was a “Could not find DXGI_1.dll” error.
Then I launched the game with only dxloader.exe /launch and no dxgi_1.dll and no dxgi_1.dll file.
In all cases the game worked fine.
As a result, I decided to disable all Windows Updates as they seemed to be interfering with the installation of dxgi_1.dll.
I launched the game with dxloader.exe /launch and without dxgi_1.dll.
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Can non-essential packages be removed?
I’m having weird issues with the new ubuntu 15.04 installation i was trying to update from Ubuntu 14.04, and now it’s stuck on the’system restart’ screen.
This apparently has to do with some external hard drive that i installed at one point and was able to mount it without any issue, but after some kernel upgrades it doesn’t work anymore, but the system won’t stop giving errors trying to mount it.
I tried to remove the /dev/sdXN so the system wouldn’t try mounting it, but for some reason it’s now giving me error messages during bootup and nothing is mounting!
I’ve tried the recovery and some other stuff but i can’t get the system to come back…
You can list all packages installed as follows:
dpkg -l | grep ii | sort -u
To remove those you don’t want, use
apt-get purge PACKAGE_NAME
EDIT: If dpkg -l | grep ii | sort -u is still showing packages you can remove, run
to remove any packages that are not being used by any other package
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