I have done this already and nothing still didn't change. Btw on the redist version when I run it, I had to extract a bunch of files in a folder. There are a whole bunch of zip files in it. Do I need to do anything with them in order to properly install it? What I did was that I extracted the files into Drive C and ignored the zip files and just run the DirectXSetup.exe. I am not sure if this is the right way of installing it or not, but if what I am doing is correct then.... Do you think that I should uninstall my current directx version? If so, do you know any directx uninstaller? Thanks
EDITED: I just tried using the webinstaller again for this and it finally started installing something. For some reason afterward, my DxDiag still did not regconize my directx version. It is still saying that I am running 9.0b. >.<
EDITED2: I have searched through countless forums about people having the same issue and I finally found out that there is a little bug with the directx 9.0c installer. It does not seem to correctly detect the current version on the system, as long as I am using any 9.0 version of directx, it will believe that I got the latest version of directx. I have also read about some solutions for this problem and it is that to use DirectX Eradicator to reinstall directx or reinstall my XP SP2. For the people who are familiar or have used DirectX Eradicator before, I am just wondering is it really needed to use my Window XP Professional CD in order to reinstall directx? I do not have my CD at the moment and wanted to know is there another way to reinstall my directx without the use of a CD. And about the solution about reinstalling XP SP2, I don't really understand the full detail of this. I currently already have XP SP2 and just wondering if I download the installer for SP2 and run it, will it change anything on my computer?
Edited by red123, 29 December 2006 - 01:04 AM.