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The demand for a Bento-capable Firestorm Viewer has been overwhelming, to say the least!

With over 8,000 people in our preview group running it, is widely regarded as faster by testers and is expected to be a rock-solid update.

This does not affect the installation of Phoenix, but you may need to manually install/update Direct X after installation by doing the following: • Open your Phoenix installation folder (usually This message usually means that you either do not have the latest drivers installed for your motherboard and/or sound card, or you do not have the latest version of Direct X 9 components that Phoenix requires installed on your system.

Even if you have a later version of Direct X installed on your system, your Direct X 9 components may not be current, and so you should install the following update from the Microsoft Website: .

But this Firestorm Viewer update isn’t just about Bento.

It’s also packed with lots of RLVa fixes, new features, performance improvements, bug fixes and so much more!

Since this is such a significant release, and since it merges us up with LL’s new 5.0 Bento viewer release, we’ve decided to change our version numbering convention to match LL’s moving forward. Hope to see you all at our Christmas Party on the 18th!

Compatible with Windows® XP, Vista, Windows® 7 and Windows® 8 (32/64-bit); Windows® 2008 R2 (64-bit) and 2012.

Ladies and Gentlemen Phoenix is back and they call it Bennu.

As we know from the past is an amazing add-on, one of the best and most loved, with Movies, TV – Shows, Kids Zone, Live TV and many more.

There are some highlights below, but first a quick reminder: If you’re currently using version 4.7.5, you have three weeks to update to any of our more recent releases (5.0.1 recommended and supported; 4.7.9 and 4.7.7 permitted) before your viewer will be blocked.

Versions 4.7.7 and 4.7.9 will continue being usable for now..

If this does not resolve the problem, you should navigate to your computer manufacturer's website and make sure all of your motherboard and/or sound-card drivers are up-to-date.

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