Here is what microsoft states: Note that the DirectX Runtime (Direct3D, DirectInput, DirectSound) is not part of this package as it is included as part of the Windows operating system, and therefore cannot be installed or uninstalled. Updating the DirectX Runtime is achieved by installing the latest Service Pack or obtaining a newer version of Windows
Depending on what you deleted, installing or reinstalling SP1 may fix your problem.
I can't reinstall windows using the setup cd, it gives me this message:
"Your current version of Windows is more recent than the version you are trying to upgrade to. Windows cannot complete the upgrade. "
Perhaps by uninstalling SP1 again and then reinstalling windows, and then installing SP1?!
so i uninstalled SP1, and then I was allowed to install Windows 7 as an upgrade from CD. It managed to install by 80% and then I got a bluescreen.. went so fast.. something with a rt.dll..?! PC rebooted itself and windows said upgrade failed.. it rolled back to the previous version..
Seems only option left now is to make a clean install! Dammit
Hi there philipsan I too deleted my directx registry
but you didny have to clean install. I just downloaded directx 9 and it worked perfectly
heres the link for directx 9: http://directx-sdk.en.softonic.com/download