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10 February 2008 @ 3am

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Sketching the Graphics by D3d9.dll, is it Necessary?

The file d3d9.dll is called Microsoft Direct3D Library d3d9. D3d9.dll is necessary for windows to function. Windows uses it while sketching graphics through DirectX.
Windows will not operate correctly if the d3d9.dll file is unavailable.d3d9.dll is marked as a system method and is not a security risk. But, erasing Microsoft Direct3D Library has an adverse impact on the system. The database of the Process Server, at present, records d3d9.dll to Microsoft. It is a part of the Microsoft Windows. The d3d9.dll file is associated with dinput.dll, dplayx.dll, dxtmsft.dll, ddraw.dll etc
D3d9.dll file Windows related errors
The d3d9.dll file is a DirectX DLL file for DirectX9. It adds the DirectX functionality for the Windows Multimedia games and tasks. It is necessary for d3d9.dll to be stable on the computer.
Suggestion
The d3d9.dll file is not a serious component. It is recommended to run a free performance scan to automatically optimize CPU, Internet settings and memory. To determine if d3d9.dll file is a virus or a legal Windows DLL file, it depends on the location of the directory it runs or executes from. Scan the computer including the d3d9.dll file to detect any security threat.
Errors and the solutions:
‘0.d3d9.dll error’ when loading WoW
Copy the d3d9.dll file from the location c:\windows\system32 to the WoW folder, then get into the safemode and reinstall the directx another time. The d3d9.dll file in system32 would be different from the one copied previously to the wow folder. Safemode prevents the stopping of the installation of directx.

‘missing d3d9.dll file or corrupted file’

Run dxdiag from a running line and read the instructions generated by Direct X Diagnostics .Re-install directx 9, the latest version that is released. DX does not have automatic update. The latest version can be downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/windows/directx/default.mspx