I know that Managed DirectX is old, unsupported, and unfortunately only 32-bit code. It doesn't matter. It's a good place to start for the simple reason that it's most likely already installed on the machine...
So, what do we do first? First we fire up PowerShell in x86 mode. There should be a "Windows PowerShell (x86)" link available in the start menu....
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