This is just a side effect of how Microsoft chose to package the D3DX libraries. Each release of the SDK has it's own revision, and they aren't interchangeable. This is why Steam always reinstalls DirectX even if you have the latest version, because the version specific libraries might not have been previously installed if no other program on your machine had been linked against that specific version. You pretty much have to either have the user install the version of D3D that SlimDX was linked against or else remove the D3DX dependency.
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