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Fix for d3d11.dll is missing error in Destiny 2

I currently run Windows 10 64 bit and the fact that it is a new operating system makes it susceptible to bugs. However, Microsoft has been releasing updates on a daily basis in a bid to fix this. But am hoping somebody might find this useful. I installed launcher on my system today and downloaded Destiny 2 which I installed with the intention of playing after work. I was able to buy the game with World of Warcraft gold, by purchasing game tokens. Anyhow, the installation was complete when I got home, so I launched the game, but it failed to work, instead I received a system error message stating that d3d11.dll is missing from my computer and the game couldn’t be launched. The message also advised me to reinstall the application in a bid to fix it. But I’ve discovered that, you don’t have to reinstall your Destiny 2 or any other application because of the d3d11.dll is missing error.


The d3d11.dll is missing error has no connection to Blizzard/ or Destiny 2 game. If you receive the error message, it could either mean that the program you want to launch is unable to locate d3d11.dll library or it is unable to open it due to the damaged or corrupted dll library. This could happen to any application that needs the d3d11.dll library to work properly. Therefore, there’s really no need for you to have the application reinstalled, instead you should visit and download and install the d3d11.dll library.

Doing this should fix the d3d11.dll is missing error in Destiny 2 or in any other program. It fixed my friend’s d3d11.dll is missing error in The Evil Within 2, and I am certain it will work for other programs too. Please like and share this article to help others.

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