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Windows 7: Direct3D not working with DX 11 installed


20 Jul 2013   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
 
 
Direct3D not working with DX 11 installed

I recently formatted my computer and back to factory fresh install of Windows 7.

I went to go play a game on my computer and when I tried launching it it gave this error here:
http://puu.sh/3HwCq.jpg

I didn't have DirectX installed so I went and downloaded it and then went to try again and it gave the same error.

dxdiag results:
http://puu.sh/3HyvB.txt
It says that the Direct3D acceleration is enabled (I don't think Direct3D is, only the Acceleration)

My Computer is currently up-to-date with all updates installed. I looked for a download for Direct3D but it turns out it's included in Windows Vista + and they don't have a download for it, I think it didn't get installed for some reason.

Any help would be great!

P.S. Sorry, I couldn't think of what section to post this in.

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21 Jul 2013   #2

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Welcome to Seven Forums Loper324. That appears to be a common problem with Cube World. Have a look here:

"Could Not Initialize Direct3D" PROBLEM FIXED! - Support Cube - Cube World Forum

Direct 3D FIX?!?!?!?!? - Support Cube - Cube World Forum

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