Hi!how can i upgrade direct X p.0b to direct X 9.0c?
I tried installing direct x 9.0c from different sources,like downloads from the internet or install from a graphic cd's that has an installer of direct x 9.0c,but with no luck.i checked dxdiag but it is still in direct X 9.0b. Please help me solve my problem. Thank you very much!
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I am sorry. There is no legal way to do it for free.
The W7 is end-of-sale product. It is hard to buy.
It is security risk if you will install some cracked W7. Modified (cracked) unofficial installation sources include trojans or other malware very often.
A Windows 8 is good successor. My experience: The W8 is better than W7. Only some details (Start icon) are missing. I have modified the W8 setting, desktop etc. to be similar to W7 and I have become accustomed to W8. You need not use many strange W8 features if you do not like it. I ignore them all too: Loging-in by MS account, Microsoft Store, Bing search engine, Internet Explorer etc.
What do you prefer? A system for free or a Windows?
If you insist on Windows, you must pay.
If you need good system for free, use a Linux. The Ubuntu is very good option. It is working on all my PC's for years. I install it every time either as a sole system or as a second one. This my answer is written by Firefox running on Ubuntu Linux e.g.
You can follow the links, read about Ubuntu and try it without installation for first time. Requested contributing is not mandatory. Fill $0 or go directly to link: Not now, take me to the download
The most common reason for this error is when your PC is trying to boot from a hard drive or flash drive that is not properly configured to be booted from; in other words, it's trying to boot from a non-bootable source. This also would apply to media on an optical drive or floppy drive that you're trying to boot from.
Other possible causes include corrupt and misconfigured files, hard drive and operating systems upgrade issues, corrupt hard drive sectors, an outdated BIOS, and damaged or loose IDE cables. If all of these are good, reinstall the OS. Also make sure you are installing from a legitimate source. Some downloaded ISO's off of the internet have security features that if it detects its not from the actual disk, it will leave out certain required files in order to function. It sounds like you are trying to boot from a flash drive.
In some cases the problem may be with the Internet Browser. Try reinstalling or upgrading your Firefox / Chrome / Internet Explorer. If that doesn't work, go into the Tools Menu and delete your entire browsing history, temporary internet files, cache, cookies, etc.
If you still can't install Flash, I recommend doing a complete cleaning of all the Junk Files on your computer with CCleaner. Don't worry it won't delete any of your essential Offline Files.
You can download CCleaner from here:
NSIS is a type of installer packahe (other example Installshield, MSI, etc. ) Try to downlaod to another mirror. Also try to download it on a different location. Some internet cafe prevents users from downloading exe file.
If you successfully installed the sound driver in your computer to run your hardware device, I suggest you try to update your Windows XP through internet to be able to upgrade your operating system or download Windows SP3 upgrade installer to make updates through internet.
After that try to run on safe mode to correct or fix some error on faulty installation or too many drivers installed with the same drivers.
The source you are installing from, either DVD or ISO file, is corrupt. Download a fresh copy of ISO file or burn a new DVD.
It is always better to install from ISO file directly using MagicDisc or any such software. If it still does not work, then i suggest that you backup all data and install windows 7 formatting the hard drive.
You have not mentioned the current version of your internet explorer. The Internet Explorer 6 with service pack 1 was the last edition that can run with Windows 98/98SE/ME IE6 with service pack2 (the service pack can be installed separately) requires Windows XP or later. So If you are currently on IE5 you can upgrade it to IE6 and install Service pack 1 after the upgrade. You cannot go beyond IE6 SP1 with Windows 98.
1. First of all, try to play youtube directly by typing www.youtue.com in the
2.Now if you are able to see youtube videos, if means adobe flash player is
installed else not.
if not, please use the link below to install it again.
3.Also, I suggest you to check it all using Internet Explorer.
4.Also, optimize and reset internet explorer and Mozilla firefox.
I have found a web site with a procedure to repair your Windows Installer...
Perhaps when this problem is fixed all the rest will fall into place.