then rename dgVoodoo2’s d3d9.dll to v3d9.dll and put it in C:\Windows\SysWOW64.
Some games require additional files, if the above doesnt work, search the game driectory for other files containing d3d9.dll, replace their content like above.Note:Some games wont still not work this way, Avatar for example.
BTW Ghost Recon should be DX8, only D3d8.dll that you need to put in the games folder where the games exe is located and use the vorpx DGVoodoo2 base profile.If that doesnt work, try other DGVoodoo2 profiles.
Got it to work. Seems using DX8 was the key. I thought it was DX9 and kept trying to use the DX9 dll files hence also getting the popup warning message from VorpX.
You’re right, Ghost Recon 2001 is DX8. I put the D3D8.dll, dgVoodoo.conf and dgVoodooCpl.exe inside the games folder where the game’s exe is located, ran dgVoodooCpl to set the .conf file and used the VorpX Ghost Recon(2001) cloud profile. Starting the game from GoG.com works fine.