Nancy drew the game wont run, d3dx9_33.dll is missing

I am trying to download a Nancy Drew game, but I get the message "program cannot start because d3dx9_33.dll is missing on your computer." I reinstalled several times but always the same message. My computer has all the requirements for the game. Can someone help me?

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