|What exactly are you trying to do because if you have Vista SP2 you should already be up to DirectX10? If you are getting errors then the best thing to do is run dxdiag to see what version you have installed & check to see if there are any errors & everything's enabled. You won't find any DirectX in Program features because it is installed as part of Windows and is used largely for video & audio - removing it can cause problems in these areas. There was a program called something like DirectX Eradicater that worked on XP, it was meant to clean out DirectX so it could be reinstalled as a fresh installation, but I don't know if there's one that works with Vista.|
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