Wednesday, June 6th 2007

DirectX June Update

Microsoft has released an updated version of DirectX for June, although it isn’t clear whether the update is just for DirectX 9.0c or for DirectX 10 on Vista as well. Regardless of this, it is still recommended that Vista users update their systems because Vista will benefit from any DirectX 9.0c fixes when playing DirectX 9 games. The web installer is only for Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 (both 32-bit and 64-bit versions), whilst the redistributable version will also work with Vista. The download links are listed below:
  • Web installer for Windows 2000, XP and 2003: download [44KB - 41.4MB]
  • Redistributable installer for Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista: download [53.6MB]
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28 Comments on DirectX June Update

#1
bigboi86
erocker said:
I would love it if it could turn my nForce3 chipset into something else! Anything! As long as it can run Vista.
Don't be hating on NF3, I did some kickass overclocking on that chipset. I have yet to be disappointed by an Nvidia chipset. :rockout:
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#2
Mussels
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bigboi86 said:
Don't be hating on NF3, I did some kickass overclocking on that chipset. I have yet to be disappointed by an Nvidia chipset. :rockout:
Never tried using a geforce FX series? :P (hah, you didnt specify *mobo* chipset ;) )

Seany1212: Its somewhat rare to find release notes with directX updates, they dont like admitting problems.
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#3
nora.e
Why another update? I say job security! The MS coders gota have somthing to do to stay on the pay role, and reworking what they've got takes less brain power than starting a new.
Besides that's one of my hobbies........ trole the net for new free crap to download! I say YES! Bring Forth The New Updates!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Let Them Live!!!!!!!!!!!!
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