Dwebsetup.exe directx windows 8.1

Try to replace it dwebsetup.exe directx windows 8.1 this one. If this doesn’t help, try to copy this file to system directory of your Operating system. Press and hold Windows key on your keyboard, then press button R.

In a command window enter the command “set systemroot” and press Enter. By using our site, you agree to our cookie policy. Wikipedia, which means that many of our articles are co-written by multiple authors. To create this article, 9 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time.

This article has also been viewed 121,913 times. Users of Windows Vista and Windows 7 can quickly and easily update their system to the most recent DirectX release available from the Microsoft Website. However this latest version is not backwards compatible with Windows XP, so those running XP should not update DirectX to the latest release. Determine the version of DirectX your system is currently using. Windows XP and earlier versions of Windows will not run correctly with the latest version of DirectX, as it is not not backwards compatible. Type the command “dxdiag” into the open field and click “OK. Select the “System” tab to view the version your system is currently running.

Update DirectX to the most recent version available for your system. Users of Windows Vista and Windows 7 can update DirectX to the latest version available at Microsoft’s website. Navigate to Microsoft’s “DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer” page. Click on the “Download” button for the dxwebsetup.

Follow the instructions for downloading and installing the dxwebsetup. Rollback and download DirectX 9 for Windows XP. Users of Windows XP who have downloaded the DirectX latest version by mistake will need to rollback to a prior version. Microsoft no longer offers support to Windows XP users and provides no method of uninstalling DirectX other than to update to the latest version.