DirectX Internal Error

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Mar 11, 2012

DirectX Internal Error by TheDreamLord at 6:31 PM (703 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. TheDreamLord
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    After getting D3D errors with games, I decided to reboot my computer, fixed it for a while. Then the computer BSOD'd (For the 3rd time today) and I rebooted it. DirectX was just gone. I went to the registry, it was there so I decided to delete DirectX and reinstall it. Now I can't install DirectX no matter what I do. I get an Internal Error saying to look at the logs. THERE ARE NO LOGS. I did a dx diag, and got this.
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    Any ideas?
     
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    C:\Windows\Minidump\
    Find the latest 5 files or so, copy them onto your desktop.
    Then upload those copies to mediafire.com and give us the links.
     
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    Your going to need to use a system restore point to fix the issue of you not being able to install DX.
     
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    http://www.mediafire.com/?sq0lkht1sj1zt2j
    There ya go.
     
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    KERNEL_MODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
    0x1000008e
    0xc0000046, 0x83a979a0, 0x9089d2f0, 0x00000000
    ntkrnlpa.exe+819a0

    Google points to a malfunctioning driver, but not that it's crashing, but making some hardware not work properly. You have issues not directly related to directx, but hardware/drivers, so focus on that.
     
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    My CPU has been dying on me lately. Could that be it? One core is dead, the other malfunctions quite often, and I think the GPU is dying too. I will have a new computer next week, but until then I can't play any games :( So what can be done?
     
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    That'd definitely be it, and nothing you can do if you don't have any fully-working cores.
     
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    Alright thanks. Guess I'm waiting until next week.
     

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