DirectX Eradicator 2.0 for Windows

by firecatz

Avg. Rating 3.5 (10 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x
Date Added
Total Downloads 25,626
Publisher firecatz
Homepage DirectX Eradicator

Publisher's Description

DirectX Eradicator is designed to safely remove the DirectX runtime core component from Windows operating systems. It gives you the power to install and uninstall any version of DirectX as you wish.

Latest Reviews

PuppetMaster_DK

PuppetMaster_DK reviewed v1.09 Beta 2 on Aug 19, 2003

I like hte idea of the program(I haven't tried it yet, but I'm going to)
Reason: Updated to DX9.0b now my tv tuner in my ATI all in wonder can't tune. so I think thats a good reason to use a program like this :-)

WRFan

WRFan reviewed v1.09 Beta 2 on Jun 2, 2003

now why exactly would anyone want to remove his directx installation to install an older version? and if you have an older version and want to upgrade, then you don't need this util anyway. directx is an important system component, really, who's courageous or rather dumb enough to play with it and thus endanger your windows installation? not me

nevers

nevers reviewed v1.09 Beta 2 on Jun 2, 2003

I should have said : Works well for DirectX 9 with Windows 98.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (10 votes)
Your Rating
PuppetMaster_DK

PuppetMaster_DK reviewed v1.09 Beta 2 on Aug 19, 2003

I like hte idea of the program(I haven't tried it yet, but I'm going to)
Reason: Updated to DX9.0b now my tv tuner in my ATI all in wonder can't tune. so I think thats a good reason to use a program like this :-)

WRFan

WRFan reviewed v1.09 Beta 2 on Jun 2, 2003

now why exactly would anyone want to remove his directx installation to install an older version? and if you have an older version and want to upgrade, then you don't need this util anyway. directx is an important system component, really, who's courageous or rather dumb enough to play with it and thus endanger your windows installation? not me

nevers

nevers reviewed v1.09 Beta 2 on Jun 2, 2003

I should have said : Works well for DirectX 9 with Windows 98.

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