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downgrade from directx 9?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Sion_1, Feb 7, 2003.

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  1. Sion_1

    Sion_1 Thread Starter

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    Ive been having trouble with a game i play on the net called worms2. since i downloaded directx 9, some parts do'nt work. I jus wondered if it was possible to downgrade directx9 and how??
     
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    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    Not easily

    If you use Xp or ME you can try a system restore to a date before you installed DX9, might work

    otherwise no legal known way of reverting except a complete format and reinstall, that is guaranteed to work. There are dx removers on the web, but their efficiency and reliability is questioned

    However DX 9 shouldn't cause problems as it's guaranteed to be compatable with earlier versions

    you could try updating your graphics card drivers to allow for DX 9
     
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    Sion_1 Thread Starter

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    Ok thank you. I think i'll have to re format or something. Another thing is, that my computer is meant to have many gb of memory, but my computer keeps saying that i am short of it, even though i am not. I have had this problem for a long time and it is starting to get to me!!! any suggestions
     
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