Do-It-Yourself Solution for Directx Error
When you receive the DirectX Error, you may not be receiving resolution necessary for you computer, particularly for computer games. The error code is actually the Hexadecimal resulting from the error message. It is a standard error message from Windows and other Windows-friendly programs (both software and drivers) to notify the user that there is a file failure within the Windows system. While it can lead to risk to the computer if left alone, there are steps you can take to manually solve the DirectX Error.
What Causes the Directx Error?
The reason for a DirectX Error is typically file failure within the Windows system. The file failure can be a result of partial or incorrect installation or improperly deleting necessary hardware or utilities. Viruses can also lead to the DirectX Error. The corruption of files, whatever the cause, leads to malfunctioning documents and records that are essential to the operation of your computer.
How to Fix the DirectX Error
In order to get your system running normally again, you will need to repair the file errors or restore the computer settings to an earlier date. An anti-virus software and scan can also help to ensure the protection and proper functioning of your system and help to avoid DirectX Errors in the future.
Solution 1: Scan and Repair to Solve DirectX Error
- Select the Start button.
- Choose “All Programs.”
- Select “Accessories.”
- Identify the “Command Prompt” and right-click to select.
- Select “Run as administrator.”
- Enter admin username & password when requested.
- Select “Enter.”
- Black box (command prompt) will appear momentarily.
- In the box, type in: sfc/scannow.
- Press “Enter.”
- The scan will take a few moments to complete and will display “Scan Finished.”
- Once it is complete, restart your computer.
Solution 2: Restore Your System to Solve DirectX Error
- Turn on the computer.
- Log-on as administrator.
- Select the Start button.
- Select “All Programs.”
- Choose “Accessories.”
- Choose “Tools.”
- Select “Restore.”
- New screen appears; choose the “Restore my computer to an earlier date” option.
- Select “Next.”
- Select the most recent restore option in “select a restore date.”
- Click “Next.”
- When confirmation screen appears, click “Next.”
- Restart your computer once the restoration is finished.
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