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Topic # 27541 29-Oct-2008 23:08
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My directx is fukn up so i uninstalled it.
I try and reinstall it but it dosnt work.
I go to windows/system32/directx but the folder is empty even after installing or so called again.
Also do i need to disk to reinstall it?
If so could i use cod4 since it has it on it i think :)

Can someone help me
Or
Give me a link that i can download it from?

Cheers,
Marc

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  Reply # 174530 30-Oct-2008 07:20
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Cheers,
Ill try it now.

Also when i start a game or something it says
"The procedure entry point OpenVxDHandle could no be located in he dynamic link library KERNAML32.dll."




**EDIT**
I downloaded the link and when i opened it it did the download and when it was installing it, It just went to the end and said it was finished even though its still the same.
Maybe its not fully deleted off my computer?
If its not, how should i fully delete it??

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Marc

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  Reply # 174539 30-Oct-2008 08:04
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Start -> Run
cmd
dxdiag

If that loads and runs the tests then your DX install is fine and its something else causing the issue.

There are a couple of programs out there which flush DX completely from your system but I havent used one in so long Ive forgotten the name......




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  Reply # 174656 30-Oct-2008 16:15
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I typed dxdiag in run and cmd but neither work

I should also mention, when i open up a game or msn it says
"the procedure entry point OpenVxDHandle could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNAL32.dll."



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  Reply # 174716 30-Oct-2008 19:16
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I got it now but it dosnt seem to want to update.
I say now type dxdiag in run and it says i have version 8.1
but it dosnt let me update

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