Reviewing 0.35 (Mar 22, 2007)
WARNING: THIS FILE CONTAINS A VIRUS! DO NOT DOWNLOAD!
I'm trying to uninstall Dx9c and was quite happy when I found this tool. but then I realized I have to register it to even use its main function - to rollback to old directx from my win xp cd. and as soon as I shut down the program, my anti-virus program finds a virus in it.
Reviewing 0.35 (Mar 2, 2007)
Actually...just so everyone knows you CAN NOT install an older version of Direct X over the top of a new version...even though it may go through the processes up until this year DirectX was always reverse compatible...anyone running Windows Vista is running Direct X 10...and without this program you CANNOT install Direct X 9.0c (which is the standard for every video card to date with the exception of the Nvidia Geforce 8800 gtx....SoOoOoOoOo...this isnt a joke or a scam, some people really need this program. 2 thumbs up
Reviewing 0.35 (Nov 30, 2005)
I have the newest directx version and when install some games it tells me to install directx 9.0c so i do it and same thing over and over again. Reinstalling over itself didn't help. This program helped out with that, and i didn't have to buy it. But it's pretty rare case if you need this i think.
Reviewing 0.35 (Oct 24, 2005)
I can see a reason to uninstall DirectX. I haven't had problems in late versions of DirectX (7+), but earlier it was common for DX to mess up. And to all the people suggesting to just "reinstall it", well, it didn't quite work. It used to just startup, say "hey, you got it already dude", and then quit. On the other hand, if you managed to uninstall it, you could reinstall it and fix your problems. So please don't bang stuff before you know it all (cause you don't).
Otherwise, charging for such a task? *shrug* there are freeware tools doing same..
Reviewing 0.35 (Oct 23, 2005)
DirectX never, ever has to be rolled back.
In the case where a component fails or is corrupted in any way, a simple reinstall of DX will fix it. Shame on the creator of this program. It's as bad as charging someone to tell them to just reinstall DX.
All directX versions can be reinstalled easily.
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