I pre-ordered the Tom Clancy’s The Division game and played it during Closed Beta Testing period. However, after last update I was unable to launch the game because of D3DCompiler_46.dll is missing from your computer error. While I was looking for the solution the CBT period ended so I put it aside. But tomorrow Ubisoft is launching Open Beta Testing of Tom Clancy’s The Division for all PC users. So it means that I will be able to play the game together with my friends who didn’t pre-order it yet and may I will be able to convince them to buy the game. But once again, I still didn’t fix the D3DCompiler_46.dll is missing error since the last testing. And I need to have my game ready for tomorrow, so I started reading various forums and finally found the solution for the D3DCompiler_46.dll is missing error.
D3DCompiler_46.dll is missing error happens because of some malfunction of video card drivers with DirectX. Sometimes the reinstallation of both might help to fix D3DCompiler_46.dll is missing error, but there is much easier way to fix it. All you need is to download D3DCompiler_46.dll library from: http://fix4dll.com/d3dcompiler_46_dll. During downloading you will be able to see the installation instructions that will help you to properly install the library on your computer. Once, you installed the library, just reboot your computer and the D3DCompiler_46.dll is missing error will be solved and you will be able to run the application.
Hope this fixing guide for D3DCompiler_46.dll is missing error in Tom Clancy’s The Division was useful. Meet you in-game! Feel free to like and share.