How to Fix DirectX Error When You Run a Game on PC
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Windows games have DirectX system requirements. Most of the latest games will have a DirectX 11 or 12 system requirement. You won’t be able to run the game if your desktop or laptop doesn’t meet that requirement. This is how you can check a game’s DirectX system requirement.
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First, open the game’s Steam page. Alternatively, open the game’s page on the publisher’s website.
Then you can find the DirectX system requirement for the game listed at the bottom of the Steam page. Click a system requirement page link on a publisher website.
Many computer games, as well as some 3D modelling programs, rely on the Direct3D component of DirectX to render graphics. If your computer has a problem with a DirectX file or a graphics driver, it can cause these programs to crash or not open. Windows includes a tool for testing your DirectX installation, and you can solve most issues
by turning on hardware acceleration or updating DirectX and your video driver.
Updating DirectX and Video Drivers
Some Call of Duty fanatics have encountered a DirectX unrecoverable error when they launch their COD games in Windows. When that occurs, the game doesn’t start and returns an error message stating, “DirectX encountered an Unrecoverable error.”
The error is more frequent for Call of Duty titles, but might also occur when starting other Windows games.
The error message makes it crystal clear that this issue has something to do with DirectX. DirectX is a series of APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) that are essential for multimedia software. The latest DirectX versions (currently DX 12) ensure better graphical quality for Windows games. If you have a game returning the DirectX unrecoverable error, this is how you can resolve the issue to get it up and running.
Run Windows Update from the Control Panel to install updates for DirectX 11, available on Windows versions dating back to Vista. On Windows 8, Windows Update is the only method to update DirectX 11. On Windows 7 or Vista, you can alternatively download the updates manually (links in Resources).
Download and open the DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer (link in Resources) to update DirectX 9. DirectX 9 installs and runs separately from DirectX 11, and many games require it even on systems with DirectX 11 installed.
Install the June 2010 version of DirectX 9 (link in Resources) if the Web Installer reports you already have an up to date version but you continue to have trouble with DirectX 9 applications. This offline installer includes every update to DirectX 9 and will reinstall over your existing copy, potentially fixing its problems.
Update your video drivers either through Windows Update or by downloading drivers from the Nvidia, ATI or Intel website, depending on your graphics hardware. If you already have the newest version from Windows Update, check the hardware manufacturer’s website, as it may offer an even newer driver.
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