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How to check DirectX version on Windows 7, Vista, XP and 2000.

If you want to check DirectX version on WindowsXP , Vista or Windows 7, you must run DirectX Diagnostic Tool. To do that...

On Windows 2000 or Windows XP
Click Start -> Run. Type dxdiag and click OK.On Windows Vista or Windows 7
Click Start -> Type dxdiag in the search bar and press enter.


The DirectX Diagnostic Tool appear and you can see your DirectX version.

19 comments:

  1. thank you from ifti in the UK / b11 1tz

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  2. thank you from othrayte in AUS

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  3. danke :D quick and easy...

    I'm loving to see the yet absurd fact that i have dx 11, hehe.

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  4. thank you for the easy instructions!

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  5. Thank you Very Much. It was very helpful. Excellent!

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  6. You are sure to go to heaven for this my friend !

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  7. Simple and works - what more could you ask

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  8. except that vista home premium sp2 CANNOT FIND dxdiag...nice!

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  9. NICE ONE!. THANKS! :D

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  10. Thanks for the info dude...

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  11. Thanks man i have been searching it from 2 months on windows 7 :)

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  12. Weird I checked and said I have DX11 (15 minutes after I updated it), but when I am on Crysis (Sandbox2) it says my DirectX level is 9 and I think it can go up to 10. Is that normal? Because I really want to play it on DX10.

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