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How to determine if my machine has Direct X, and which version
Did a search here for Direct X, DirectX and Direct-X, but with the amount of results, and the thread topics very untelling, I decided to start a new thread.
I have Windows 7 Ult 64-bit. If I type Direct in Start > Search, all I get is my Direct X ASIO driver for my soundcard. How do I determine if I have Direct X, and which version it is?
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