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Otekpo Emmanuel wrote:
I learnt from an article I read that dx11 can't be used with vb in ease way
Do you have any problems now? If not you should not care about something you have read somewhere.

You can try to install the DX9 runtime from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8109[^] or the SDK from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=6812[^]. This should be possible because only missing parts will be installed and DX11 contains DX9. In fact the DX version that will be used depends on the capabilities of your graphics card. If your graphics card does not support DX10/11, DX9 will be used.

The runtime is used by most games and may be already installed if you have installed some games on your system. The SDK is only required if you want to use DX for your own programs (it includes the runtime).

From the above runtime download link:
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The DirectX runtime cannot be uninstalled

So you should try to use your version first. If you really need a development system with an older DX version, you must setup one using an old Windows version.
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