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Device creation fails (Win 10, C++)

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I've recently made some changes to my VS2015 (installed the Windows Phone Developer tools) and for some reason now I'm unable to create a device with a D3D10_CREATE_DEVICE_DEBUG flag, it fails with error

 
<hr1 0x887a002d : The application requested an operation that depends on an SDK component that is missing or mismatched. HRESULT>
 
I have Win10 SDK installed, as a matter of fact I had it installed twice first as a standalone and then when I installed the phone tools, it made me redownload it again. 
 
Is there something I'm missing?
 

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D3D debug layer stuff isn't installed by default in Win10, you need to install it yourself. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/mt210797.aspx

Bigger system updates may require reinstalling it, I remember it stopped working for me after Win10's big november update.

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D3D debug layer stuff isn't installed by default in Win10, you need to install it yourself. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/mt210797.aspx

Bigger system updates may require reinstalling it, I remember it stopped working for me after Win10's big november update.

 

Thank you! You're absolutely right, I forgot that I upgraded to 10586 build recently. Everything works fine now :)

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