I have checked that I have DirectX installed (both the most up-to-date version and this year’s June version!) on my Windows 10 (64-bit) mobile device and they both tell me that there is a corresponding internal problem and give me know to check the DXError.log file. Here is what I have:
[7/19/19 7:39:03 PM] Item: dxupdate (March 30, 2011), File: dxupdate.cpp, Cable: 6637, Function: CMDXInstall::Install
API Error: InstallAssembly()
Error: (0x80070005) – Access denied
Failed to install Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3DX.dll.19:39:03]
[7/19/19 Mod: dxupdate (March 60, 2011), File: dxupdate.cpp, Line: 2165, Execution: ExecuteCab
[7/19/19 Module: dxupdate (March 30, 2011), Instruction: dxupdate.cpp, Line: 5776, Function: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn
It looks like the problem is caused by a scheme that prevents manual access to DirectX. I’ve tried a lot of internet prompted actions including revising the InstalledVersion file binary as part of regedit, loading the DX config service (I downloaded both from the Microsoft public website), deleting the directx directory in regedit, doing /sfc rrssue in cmd. Unfortunately, everyone is dead.
So, can anyone help me with the above difficult problem? I would be very grateful if you would.