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No Direct3D DDI and Direct 3D after update to Windows Creators update

Question asked by strike91 on May 11, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 7, 2017 by navarre_

Before anything else, here is my spec:

 

ProcessorIntel Core i7-4702MQ
RAM8GB DDR3
Display AdaptersIntel HD Graphics 4600

AMD Radeon HD8750M

OSWindows 10 Pro 10.0.15063 build 1703
Laptop ModelLenovo G410
Storage Memory1TB HDD

 

After I updated to the Windows 10 Creators update and updated the graphics drivers with the ReLive 17.4.4 drivers, running dxdiag will show you this:

 

 

Direct3D has been disabled and Direct3D DDI and feature levels are unknown.

 

Weirdly though I am able to play Starcraft 2, but performance is darn slow, only averaging 20-30FPS and that not without the weird shaky 3D objects and stuttering.

 

I also have tried other driver versions, the manufacturer's given driver, the newer non-WHQL 17.5.1 ReLive Drivers and the previous WHQL driver ReLive 17.2.1, but they all have the same issue, Direct 3D disabled and DDI and features unknown. I also tried DISM restoration, sfc integrity scan and updating the DirectX libraries, but still to no avail.

 

What has happened to my system? Anyone who can recommend on what could I do next to resolve this issue? Thanks.

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