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DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

Last post 12/8/2011 2:56 AM by Charles Randall. 26 replies.
  • 6/9/2010 6:10 AM

    DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Hi,

     I previously had the March 2009 DirectX SDK installed. Yesterday morning I decided it was time to upgrade... or so I thought. I downloaded the newest version I could find at the time (February 2010). February did not install with an error of S1010 and a suggestion that the user should try reinstalling later. Searching for a while I found someone mention that they download with Google Chrome and it installed for them. I did that and was greeted with error code S1023 90% of the way through the full install. I got up today and found out that just yesterday June 2010 was released... it still won't install. Here are all of the things I have tried based on many, many web pages all without avail:

    * Uninstall previous versions of the SDK.
    * Turn off any anti-virus and firewalls.
    * Turn off the Windows Audio service in Start>Programs> Administrator Tools>Services.
    * Turn off Valve's Steam. (Apparently it uses DirectSound...)
    * Tried downloading with IE, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. (and re-downloading in general)
    * Open up the properties and turn off the a security warning.
    * Run as Administrator.
    * Run from Safe Mode.
    * Run from Windows XP SP2 Compatibility mode.
    * Check the logs: Only one log (DirectX_SDK.log) and only contains: "06/08/10 22:33:09: DXSDKSetup: CLR version number = 2.0.50727"
    * Delete the DirectX registry values (and then restored them after it had no effect). (No SDKVersion entry BTW)
    * Turn on and off installation of Symbols.
    * Turn off installation of all components but documentation (it still fails...).
    * Ensured that I have SP2 on my Vista x64.
    * Updated my video card drivers.
    * Manually moved all the old DirectX files to another section of the computer.

    The Chrome download of February 2010 was the only method that resulted in S1023, the rest give S1010. I am re-downloading March 2009 tonight and hoping it will re-install, but I'd like to upgrade since. My best guess is that the previous version did not uninstall correctly, but I'm not sure how to deal with that.

    Any suggestions on other things to try?

    Info:
    Vista x64 SP2 Business
    Visual Studio 2008
    DirectX 10 capable video card
  • 6/11/2010 12:26 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

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    Historically this indicates corrupted installers. Have you run chkdsk /f on that system lately? I note you are using Business Edition. Are you on a domain?
  • 6/11/2010 2:33 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Having the same issue. Just posting to bump this so maybe someone sees it.
  • 6/11/2010 2:49 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    I have downloaded multiple copies of the installer and have had no luck, so corruption is probably not the issue. I have not run chkdsk lately, I just scheduled it for next reboot. I got my Vista x64 Business from my college's MSDNAA a little more than a year ago. This is a personal computer and is not on a network.

    I downloaded and tried:
    August 2009
    March 2009 (My original version before I started all this)

    Neither of those would install either, and gave the S1010. I'm thinking that the uninstall of March 2009 was not completed properly somehow. I'm not really sure how to clean anything left behind since I don't know where it would have put everything (Control Panel>Programs and Features doesn't have any DirectX SDK stuff). (And I'd prefer not to wipe my system entirely...)

    Anyway, thanks for any help.
  • 6/11/2010 7:33 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Chkdsk didn't fix the problem. I re-tried the March 2009 SDK after the chkdsk. The weird thing about the March one is that it fills the progress bar completely and seems to install almost everything before it gives the S1010... maybe that clue will help?
  • 6/11/2010 11:25 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Sounds like the problem is trying to run DirectSetup or the Developer Runtime on that system. What happens if you try to run the DirectX End-User Runtime (June 2010) on that system?

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=2da43d38-db71-4c1b-bc6a-9b6652cd92a3&displaylang=en
  • 6/12/2010 3:59 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Thx, i installed the directx end user runtime first and after that directx june2010 sdk and it installed without errors.
  • 6/14/2010 10:06 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Unfortunately installing the newest DirectX runtime you linked to and then trying the June 2010 DirectX SDK still resulted in an S1010. Strangely though, it seems like the DirectX installer brought up that error at slightly different points in the install each time... at least so far as the progress bar distance is concerned. Is there anyway I can completely remove all components of DirectX (without removing Visiual Studio, FMOD, NVIDIA tools, etc) and try from scratch? Or are there any more ideas?

    Thanks again.
  • 6/16/2010 4:36 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Alright, so I think I'm finally making a little headway. I noticed that the DXSDK_March09.exe gets significantly further in it's install than the rest of the DirectX installers and it actually is the only one that is leaving a DirectX.log file and a DXError.log that contain relevant information. The March 2009 installer gets nearly to the end of the install before quitting (at least after I removed the temp data it created in: "C:\Users\***\AppData\Local\Temp"). At the end brings up the S1010 error, but it leaves some possibly important details in the logs. Here is a few snippets that may be important:

    From the end of the DirectX.log:


    06/15/10 21:10:44: infinst: Currently C:\Windows\system32\d3dx10_41.dll is newer than the one being installed.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: infinst: Target file: 'C:\Windows\system32\D3DCompiler_41.dll'
        Target file is Version 9.26.952.2844
        Source file is Version 9.26.952.2844
    06/15/10 21:10:44: infinst: Currently C:\Windows\system32\D3DCompiler_41.dll is newer than the one being installed.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: InstallEXE(): infinst.exe returned 0.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Jun2005_xinput_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Jun2005_xinput_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Oct2005_XACT_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Oct2005_MDX_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Dec2005_XACT_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Dec2005_MDX2_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Dec2005_MDX2_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Dec2005_d3dx10_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Dec2005_d3dx10_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Feb2006_MDX2_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Feb2006_MDX2_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Feb2006_d3dx10_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Feb2006_d3dx10_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Apr2006_MDX2_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Apr2006_MDX2_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Apr2006_d3dx10_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Apr2006_d3dx10_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Jun2006_d3dx10_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Jun2006_d3dx10_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Aug2006_d3dx10_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Aug2006_d3dx10_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Oct2006_d3dx10_x86.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dxupdate: DirectXUpdateInstallPlugIn(): folder does not exist, [Beta_Oct2006_d3dx10_x64.cab] is skipped.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dsetup32: SetupForDirectX: InstallPlugIn() Succeeded.
    06/15/10 21:10:44: dsetup32: start finalizing: phase: 206 - 206, total: 0 - 288
    06/15/10 21:10:45: dsetup32: Installation ended with value 0 = Installation succeeded

    Just a few of the last errors from DXError.log:


    --------------------
    [06/15/10 21:10:31] module: dxupdate(Mar 16 2009), file: dxupdate.cpp, line: 1269, function: CabCallback

        Failed API:       DeleteFile()
        Error:       (5) - Access is denied.

        Unable to delete C:\Users\NICKRA~1\AppData\Local\Temp\DXD6A1.tmp\D3DCompiler_37.dll.

    --------------------
    [06/15/10 21:10:35] module: dxupdate(Mar 16 2009), file: dxupdate.cpp, line: 1269, function: CabCallback

        Failed API:       DeleteFile()
        Error:       (5) - Access is denied.



        Unable to delete C:\Users\NICKRA~1\AppData\Local\Temp\DXD6A1.tmp\XAudio2_1.dll.

    --------------------
    [06/15/10 21:10:41] module: dxupdate(Mar 16 2009), file: dxupdate.cpp, line: 1269, function: CabCallback

        Failed API:       DeleteFile()
        Error:       (5) - Access is denied.

        Unable to delete C:\Users\NICKRA~1\AppData\Local\Temp\DXD6A1.tmp\D3DCompiler_40.dll.

    --------------------
    [06/15/10 21:10:44] module: dxupdate(Mar 16 2009), file: dxupdate.cpp, line: 1269, function: CabCallback

        Failed API:       DeleteFile()
        Error:       (5) - Access is denied.

        Unable to delete C:\Users\NICKRA~1\AppData\Local\Temp\DXD6A1.tmp\D3DCompiler_41.dll.


    The DirectX.log seems to think that the installer finished properly, but it did not the errors seemed to have stopped it from finalizing the install. There is nothing about the DirectX SDK in "Programs and Features" or the Start Menu even though "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft DirectX SDK (March 2009)" seems to contain everything. Perhaps this hint is enough for someone to tell me why the other SDK versions will not install. I have "Run as administrator" so I don't really understand why else DeleteFile() would get an "Access is denied." Any ideas?

  • 6/17/2010 10:41 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    I've been having the same problen trying to install the SDK on a W7 x64 system and it does indeed seem to be a corrupted installer. The way I figured it out is I attempted to extract the SDK using winrar and it reported that the file was indeed corrupted.

    I've managed to install the Feb 10 SDK and also Nov 08 fine, not tried anything else. It's possible anti-virus is causing issue as I was downloading a new Library for something else and it got corrupted too and I know it was the anti-virus software in that case.
  • 6/18/2010 8:32 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Ok, I managed to get it working but it was a bit of a aroundabout way of doing things. I downloaded it into a virtual server I have access to, changing the extension of the file to ABC. Then, I FTP'd the file across and renamed it and it worked fine. What was strange was the file on the Virtual server was about 580mb or thereabouts but when I FTP'd the file it was well over 1GB in size - there is something funky going on there but it worked just fine so I aint complaining.
  • 7/16/2010 2:16 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    It seems a couple people found my blog when encountering this issue.  It looks like in their cases it's not a corrupted installer.  Any solution that doesn't involve using virtual pc would be helpful when it's discovered.

    Update:

    The error code 1010 happens when an attempt to copy a file out of the setup CAB package fails. The two known causes here are a code signing failure (which is typically because the downloaded bits are corrupted in some way) and if there’s something holding the file we want to write open (typically anti-virus with an exclusive lock).

     

    The error 1023 happens whenever an attempt to launch an external process fails. This is DXSETUP (to deploy the retail DirectX SDK optional DLLs like D3DX), the help integration tool to add the DXSDK docs to Visual Studio on the system, when launching the .NET installer, and with June 2010 when launching the Visual Studio 2008 & 2010 CRT REDISTs (these last two actually have specific error messages though with the 1023 pointing to DOTNET or the VS REDIST). This could be due to some weird system situation where the REDIST packages fail, or they too are corrupted (although that is less likely since they were originally extracted and checked from the setup cab already).

     

    With the problem being reported in this thread applying to older versions of the DXSDK, I suspect it is definitely something hosed up on their system. One person was able to work around this by running the DXSETUP directly. It could be related to deploying .NET 2.0 on this system, or it could be that they need to clean out their temporary folder (Properties on their harddisk, and select “Disk Cleanup”) as there are some unexpected files in use.

  • 7/16/2010 10:53 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    I had the same problem.

    Downloaded with Firefox and everything just installed fine. ;) Else try another browser. I hope this works for you guys 2.
  • 7/18/2010 8:09 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Same problem here...just uninstalled the previous SDK release and tried installing the June one: Error S1010. I have never seen this error in any of my systems before, the installer has problems.
  • 7/19/2010 5:48 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    If there is a problem, we want to get to the bottom of it. That said, the only change for this release of the DXSDK from previous installers is that we now deploy the Visual Studio 2008 and 2010 CRT REDIST packages at the end of setup.

    Where exactly did you obtain your copy of the DXSDK? (what link)?
  • 7/24/2010 10:08 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Actually Jangmipola was right, it was not the installer, but instead it must be the Internet Explorer 8 that somehow corrupts the download. I had to install Firefox 3.6 and download the DX SDK June 2010 installer again. That fixed the problem and I installed it on two laptops so far without any problem (One with i720 the other with Q9000 both using VS2010 and one with Windows 7 Professional the other with Personal Home edition).

    The link I used is:

     http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=3021d52b-514e-41d3-ad02-438a3ba730ba&displaylang=en

    I don’t want to start any flame wars here, but having to install Firefox to be able to download a Microsoft product without it somehow getting corrupted, is not something I would expect from Microsoft itself, I don't want to use Firefox, I want to use IE8  :P

  • 7/26/2010 9:09 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    It is possible the problem is in the Internet Explorer cache and not in the IE product itself. Have you tried Tools \ Internet Options \ Delete... \ Temporary Internet Files? Firefox uses its own cache file location, so the problem would be limited to IE...
  • 8/9/2010 3:17 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    I encountered the "S1023" error.  The "S1023" error means that an external program (i.e., a secondary program started by the installer program) failed in some way.  In my case it was the "Visual C++ Runtime" (i.e., "redistributable") installer that failed. 

    My problem was caused by my own past actions.  In particular, my problem was caused by the fact that I disabled the "TrustedInstaller" service on my computer.  I was bothered by TrustedInstaller's time-consuming disk scans every five hours, so I disabled that service.  Setting the "TrustedInstaller" service to "manual" wasn't enough; something else would run "TrustedInstaller.exe".  I took ownership of the "TrustedInstaller.exe" file, and renamed it, and the periodic file system scans stopped, and nothing I did with my computer after that time seemed to be adversely affected.  In other words, "TrustedInstaller" was disabled for weeks, and there was no apparent downside.  (Most "Windows Update" items concern security problems for software that I do not use, or updates "Windows Genuine Advantage" whose only benefit to a paid licensee of Windows is greater access to certain Microsoft web pages.) However, installing the June 2010 version of the DirectX SDK failed, during the "post installation step" of installing the "Visual C++ Runtime", because installing an assembly (e.g., "Microsoft.VC90.ATL") apparently required the TrustedInstaller service. 

    I made some observations that might interest some people:

    (1) If, when running the "Microsoft DirectX SDK (June 2010)" installer, a "post installation step" fails, the DirectX SDK will not appear in the "Programs and Features" (or "Add/Remove Programs") control panel.  However, the DirectX SDK itself is essentially entirely installed, with all files on disk, and entries in the registry, and items in the start menu.  So, most or all aspects of the SDK (files, documentation, demo executables(*)) can be used, but the SDK cannot be uninstalled in the usual, obvious manner (i.e., using the control panel).  (*...People who install the SDK probably had Visual C++ 2008 installed at one time on their computer, and so the VC9 redistributable is probably still on their computer, even after VC9 is uninstalled.  People who downloaded this June 2010 version of the SDK probably already have Visual C++ 2010 installed, and thus have that version of the runtime redistributable, too.  So, it's likely that the demo executables will work, even if both VC9 and VC10 redistributable installers that come with the DirectX SDK fail in some way.)


    (2) The Visual C++ Redistributable installers (VC9 (2008) and VC10 (2010)) used by the "Microsoft DirectX SDK (June 2010)" installer are extracted to the following location (assuming the SDK is installed to the default path on the "C" drive):

        C:\Program Files\Microsoft DirectX SDK (June 2010)\system\uninstall

    In particular, the VC9 (a.k.a., "Visual C++ 2008") redistributable installer is:

        C:\Program Files\Microsoft DirectX SDK (June 2010)\system\uninstall\vc9redist_x86.exe


    (3) The "Microsoft DirectX SDK (June 2010)" installer has a version of the VC9 (MSVC++ 2008) redistributable installer with the file name "vc9redist_x86.exe", and an MD5 hash of 5689d43c3b201dd3810fa3bba4a6476a.

    The Microsoft web site has a "Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86)" installer, with the ambiguous file name "vcredist_x86.exe", and an MD5 hash of b936f0f378b9a35489353e878154e899.

    So, despite installing the "same" runtime libraries, those installer files are different. 

    The version that can be downloaded from the Microsoft web site installed successfully on my computer despite the fact that "TrustedInstaller" was disabled.  The version with the DirectX SDK failed to install when it attempted to install the assembly "Microsoft.VC90.ATL" (due to the fact that "TrustedInstaller" had been disabled).  So, those two VC9 redistributable installers differ in a significant way, and not just in some unimportant way.

    If you search the web  [ I almost said "Google search", but then I caught myself.  :-)  Oh, wait...  :-(   ...   ;-D   ] you'll discover that the main purpose of the "Microsoft.VC90.ATL" assembly is to cause the Visual C++ Redistributable installer to fail.  LOL!  I'm just going by the evidence (hundreds of posts that begin include the text "An error occurred during the installation of assembly "Microsoft.VC90.ATL")!  Very rarely, "Microsoft.VC90.ATL" serves a second purpose: to not be found.  But according to MSDN documentation, the stated purpose of the "Active Template Library" (ATL) is to "simplify the programming of Component Object Model (COM) objects".  If only people could install it!  :-)   (*Badabump*) (*Laughter followed by appreciative light applause*)  Thank you, XNA Community Forums, you've been a great audience!  (*runs toward a waiting limousine...  I mean helicopter.  JETPACK!  Yeah, that's how I "roll".*)



  • 8/11/2010 10:22 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    I just renamed the EXE, but made no other changes, so it could exist side-by-side in the installer CAB with the VS 2010 REDIST EXEs. The "VC9REDIST_*.EXE" files match the Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 REDIST.

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=a5c84275-3b97-4ab7-a40d-3802b2af5fc2&DisplayLang=en
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=BA9257CA-337F-4B40-8C14-157CFDFFEE4E&displaylang=en

    For reference, here is a list of version histories for the CRT DLL:

        8.0.50608.0    Visual Studio 2005 RTM
        8.0.50727.762    Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1
        8.0.50727.4053    Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1 with ATL security fix
        9.0.21022.8    Visual Studio 2008 RTM 
        9.0.21022.218    Visual Studio 2008 RTM with ATL security fix
        9.0.30411.0        Visual Studio 2008 Feature Pack
        9.0.30729.1        Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1
        9.0.30729.4148        Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 with ATL security fix
        10.0.30319.1    Visual Studio 2010 RTM

    With respect to the ATL change, see <http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vcblog/archive/2009/08/05/active-template-library-atl-security-updates.aspx> for details on what happened here. We don't use the ATL library at all in the DirectX SDK in those components that need the VS 2008 CRT to function (XACT and PIX for Windows). Most things in the DirectX SDK are using the Visual Studio 2010 CRT DLLs.

    Disabling random services on the system is likely to result in problems installing software. "TrustedInstaller" is the MSI service, and it is needed by almost all modern software in some fashion.
  • 8/17/2010 9:38 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    In my case while installing Microsoft DirectX SDK (June 2010) an error window appeared first, telling that software has not passed Windows Logo testing. Few minutes later, I encountered this S1023 error. Repeated tries resulted in the same state.
    Then I uninstalled Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Express Edition and reinstalled Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition. This time, the installation of DirectX SDK (June 2010) went error free on the same machine and environment.

  • 4/22/2011 9:00 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Make sure you got enough space in TEMP. Freeing 200MB fixed the S1023 for me. --- Ferda
  • 5/23/2011 10:55 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    This error for me is caused by there is no enough quota for "SYSTEM" account.

    After install OS, especilly for VOL version there are quota setting on harddisk for "all" account with 5GB limit.



    Du Sijun

  • 10/22/2011 4:54 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Hi,

    I install June 2010 SDK and have s1023 issue every time at the very last of the post install operation. Tried redownload, IE, Chrome, Firefox, install DX runtime first, update video card driver, turn off anti virus, even format and reinstall Windows, nothing works.

    What the hell, I need directX now. Must go crazy, want to break my laptop. I remember using DX SDK long time ago, impossible now. What the.. directX SDK? I want to say ...

    Any advice?

    Thanks
  • 10/25/2011 11:33 PM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    As noted in this thread, there's been a lot of interacting issues here, so it's hard to know exactly what's happening just based on the error code. It's not expected behavior and not something we've seen happening here.

    The first thing to do is get a copy of FCIV and make sure your install image is correct and uncorrupted. Running "fciv.exe -sha1 DXSDK_Jun10.exe" should return "8fe98c00fde0f524760bb9021f438bd7d9304a69"

    If that is what you get on your system, then this should resolve any concerns that you have a corrupted setup image. If it is anything else, then there's something wrong with the DXSDK_Jun10.EXE you downloaded from <http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=6812>


    Second, you failed to mention what version of Windows you are using and what version of Visual C++.

    Also, what DirectX API and/or component specifically are you needing that you are trying to obtain from the DirectX SDK? Is it a specific sample? A particular tool? Direct3D 9? D3DX9? Direct3D 11? PIX for Windows?


    Third, is there anything useful in the last few lines of the DirectX_SDK.log file located in %WINDIR%\Logs on your system that might indicate more information about this S1023 error?
  • 12/7/2011 3:41 AM In reply to

    Re: DirectX June 2010 SDK will not install (S1010 & S1023)

    Hey, I'm having the same S1023 issue. Fresh install of windows 7 home premium, visual studio 2008 professional, and visual C# express 2010.

    Installing the DXSDK gives me the error. One thing I found was interesting, if I try and run vc10redist_x86.exe, it gives me an error that there's a newer version installed on the system. Perhaps this is the problem? 

    Either way, annoying to have an install basically complete and then say it failed.
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