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Directx 9.0c problem


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wen9x88

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i missing some files and try to reinstall.
but failed to reinstall,anyone know how to fix this problem?
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Create a System Restore point, then get this DirectX Uninstaller tool: http://www.majorgeek...wnload2935.html
  • Uninstall DirectX 9.0c and reboot.
  • Reinstall DirectX 9.0c
  • Reboot

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i don know use that software.
can explain it to me ?
all my window stuff in D:\
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The download site has these directions:

This uninstaller uses your original XP or .NET CD to restore your original DirectX 8 files.

Extract these files to C:DXTEMP! You must extract these files to this directory and run
the UnDx9.bat that uninstalls the DIrectX files in SAFE MODE. Enjoy!

You would create a folder called DXTEMP in the root of your D: drive (if you boot XP from D:).

The file you download is a ZIP file so you right click on it and select the option to extract the files to the D:\DXTEMP folder.
Then you navigate to that folder with Windows Explorer or My Computer and double click on UnDx9.bat file to run it.
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i create a folder and name it "DXTEMP",and extract all the thing into this folder.
and then i open the bat,and come out with this.
then i key in D: and D:I386.
but still not work for me.
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What it's looking for is your XP CD. Put that in and enter it's drive letter.
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yea,it need a Window Xp cd.
problem solve
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