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DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)

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I counted 95 File version numbers. The version numbers start mostly with a 5: 5.00, 5.01, 5.03, etc. There are a few that start with 4 and 6. One starts with a 2 and one starts with a 10. They are all dated 8/12/2004 except for five that are dated 1/28/2005, 8/10/2004, 8/29/2005, 8/4/2004 (two of them dated this)

Since the DirectX is 9.0c, shouldn't the file version numbers be later ones? :blink:

On the following link, it says to check the version numbers, but it does not say what to do if the version numbers are old ones: http://support.micro...kb;EN-US;157730

But the above link is old, also: Article ID : 157730
Last Review : September 29, 2004
Revision : 5.1

I refreshed the page, but brought up the same information.

If I go to the below link and re-install DirectX 9.0c, would that give later file version numbers?


I read somewhere that DirectX cannot be uninstalled. So, I guess it would install over the one I have now?

This link says it provides updates to 9.0c: http://www.microsoft...&displaylang=en

Not quite sure what to do. :whistling:

Thanks much, Anna Ruth

Oh, I have a Dell Dimension 4700, Windows XP Home Edition, SP2, and IE6, SP2.
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