DirectX is the main component for most of the games and entertainment media. Dealing with problems related to DirectX can be such a frustrating one. when the issues occur, it can bother everything. “DirectX Encountered an unrecoverable error” is not the exception. Basically, it is an annoying bug that will stop the programs from opening the PC completely even if they are properly installed and compatible.
Do not be too panic when you get this kind of error because it can be solved by yourself by doing these methods. The first one is modifying monitor settings. If you have the game installed on Steam with this kind of error occurring, you can try these instructions. First, identify system requirements of the software. It can be found on the page of Steam Store. Put your eyes especially to the DirectX requirements as this one could be the main cause. Second, you can use Windows 7 and Windows 8 to search when you are not sure. Then, go to Start button and type “run” the the search prompt. Third, type “dxdiag” when “run” has started. This one will create the text of information. Fourth, there will be the information tab for the system that tells which version of DirectX you own.
Please do these following instructions. Firstly, right click on the desktop with no programs open. There will be a tab appear with options. You just have to select “screen solution”. Then, click on “scren solution” that will make a prompt with more options. In those options, find and click “make text and other items larger or smaller”. After that, please restart the system and the problem should be solved if it goes well.
The error can be also related to the DirectX is corrupt. Reinstalling it might solve the error. To do this, you have to hover over the “my computer” icon and double click. Then, search for C:\Programs Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\Common\Call of Duty Ghosts\DirectX or C:\Program Files\Steam\SteamApps\Common\Call of Duty Ghosts\DirectX. There should be a sub-folder with the current DirectX. Please click this one. the next thing you have to do is to right click “dxsetup.exe” file and run as administrator. From that one, you will reinstall DirectX. After that, please restart the PC to fix the problem.
If you want to try running a program with two or more monitors, this one might help you. First, go to the Control Panel. Then, look for “identify” button and click on it. if it is right plugged in, you can see the monitors beside the large numbers on the prompt. You have to adjust those ones until it is sized and then click OK.
Aside from those methods above, you might try the other ones when the previous ones do not work. Those alternatives include disabling the extended monitors to identify the display, updating Microsoft DirectX, modifying and changing the game compatibility, reconfiguring the display quality problems, and changing or reinstalling the graphics media accelerator. If after all the methods the error is still there, please visit the Microsoft Support or get a help from the expert.