Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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:

Anonymous said...

thank you from ifti in the UK / b11 1tz

Anonymous said...

thank you from othrayte in AUS

Anonymous said...

thanks!

Anonymous said...

danke :D quick and easy...

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

Anonymous said...

thank you for the easy instructions!

Anonymous said...

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

kimi said...

thanks! really helpful,

Anonymous said...

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

Anonymous said...

Simple and works - what more could you ask

Anonymous said...

Thanks! :)

Anonymous said...

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

Anonymous said...

NICE ONE!. THANKS! :D

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info dude...

juaragan iklan said...

thanks.. it's nice

Anonymous said...

thanks...:)

Uzair (pakistan) said...

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

Anonymous said...

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.

Anonymous said...

thanks

Anonymous said...

thanq:)

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