When you extract the DirectX setup files to your hard drive it should
create a file called dxsetup.exe in your temp directory. If you click on
dxsetup.exe it should run the DirectX upgrade. I get this question so
often I think when I put up the latest DirectX upgrade I'll extract the
file, rename dxsetup.exe to setup.exe, and just zip the setup so it is
easier for people.
What version of Windows are you running? The reason I ask is because the
version of DirectX I have on my site isn't the latest, and should not be
installed on Windows 7.
Sylvester Thomas wrote:
Hay Thomas! Thanks for the tip, you too Phil and Shawn for the links
to the drivers. Tom, I downloaded the direct exe from your web site
and when I click on it it ask me for a location to store the files,
can this be any where on my system? Secondly when I do pick a
location and click on the zip file there are five files in there and
none of them are a set up file or any type of self running file, so I
am wondering what to do with those five files that are opened up.
Thanks once again for your help with this. Game On!
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