Best Answer TechAngel85 , 11 April 2014 - 09:53 AM
Ok, I resolved the issue. If you run into this, here's what to do:
Your system is trying to run a game that is meant for older DirectX versions than what you have installed. To correct this you'll need some components of previous DirectX versions; however, you can't simply download and install the previous version and you should NEVER simply download the missing DLL files from a site and copy them into Windows.
To get these older files you'll need to download DirectX End-User Runtime. This will give you the files you need to run older games. Even though Skyrim was working fine without it, attempting to use an ENB caused errors. Installing this should resolve your DLL errors when you run into a similar situation.Go to the full post