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    You may encounter an error that displays directx 9.0 from June 8th. There are now a few steps you can take to fix this problem, and we’ll discuss them a bit. Microsoft DirectX is a set of technologies designed to make Windows computers an ideal platform for learning and displaying applications rich in many elements such as color graphics, video, 3D animation, and rich sound.

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    The Microsoft DirectX® End User Runtime installs a set of most legacy DirectX SDK runtime libraries for specific games based on D3DX9, D3DX10, D3DX11, XAudio 2.7, XInput 1.XACT, 3, and / or Managed DirectX 1.1. Note that this package barely changes the DirectX runtime installed on the Windows operating system.

    • Microsoft DirectX® will already be included in Windows XP Service Pack 2, Server 2003 Service Pack 1, Windows Vista, some Windows equivalents, Windows 8.0, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and Windows Server. This DirectX end-user runtime does not change its version of DirectX, but it does provide a number of additional additional functionality to the legacy DirectX SDK. The idea is used by some suffering games. See for a detailed explanation.
      Please note that Desktop Bridge applications using D3DX9, D3DX10, D3DX11, XAudio 2.7, XInput 1.3 or XACT, must use the Microsoft platform the.DirectX.x86 / Microsoft.DirectX.x64 to use these deprecated SDK variables on the DirectX side. Alternatively, developers can remove many dependencies, eg. For more information about Microsoft, see the Docs.

    Windows Server 2008, Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 03 SP1, Windows Server 03 SP2, Windows 7, Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista