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Reeka Lets see what DirectX you have.

1. Hold down the Windows key on your keyboard and press the letter R.
2. In the Run dialog that appears type "dxdiag" without the quotes in the text box and press Enter.
3. If you get a request asking to check if your drivers are digitally signed choose "Yes."
4. In the DirectX Diagnostic Tool that appears, in the bottom-right click "Save All Information..."
5. On your Desktop, save "DxDiag.txt"
6. Upload that saved text document to a file hosting site and, link to it here, or attach it to your reply so that we can have a look at what DirectX you have and, see if there might be another hardware or software issue, like outdated drivers, going on.

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9 hours ago, Reeka-KT said:

Thank you but still have a problem  :(

Did you restart your computer after installing it?

 

If you did, do Kadeth's instructions:

1 hour ago, Kadeth-KT said:

Reeka Lets see what DirectX you have.

1. Hold down the Windows key on your keyboard and press the letter R.
2. In the Run dialog that appears type "dxdiag" without the quotes in the text box and press Enter.
3. If you get a request asking to check if your drivers are digitally signed choose "Yes."
4. In the DirectX Diagnostic Tool that appears, in the bottom-right click "Save All Information..."
5. On your Desktop, save "DxDiag.txt"
6. Upload that saved text document to a file hosting site and, link to it here, or attach it to your reply so that we can have a look at what DirectX you have and, see if there might be another hardware or software issue, like outdated drivers, going on.

 

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