Sometimes, corrupt physx3_x86.dll files can be replaced by a new copy from the Microsoft Store. This can be done by downloading the Reimage Plus software package, and use the scan, fix and replace features to locate the faulty DLL, replace it with a fresh copy from the Microsoft Store and then apply. In the event that the DLL you need is not available from the Microsoft Store, you can use the DLL repair functions by hand, such as the ones present in the Microsoft Windows system folder.
Since version 9.0, Windows Vista and later automatically load PhysX.dll when the game is first launched. This is the recommended method for all types of PhysX 3 games. This means that, in many cases, there is no need to have a working PhysX installation on your computer, nor to manually replace the PhysX DLL file.
Note that the method for replacing the PhysX DLL for Windows XP does not work in all cases. It is highly recommended that you use the driver compatibility tools to check if your graphics card/driver is compatible.
In the vast majority of cases, the solution is to properly reinstall physx3_x86.dll on your PC, to the Windows system folder. Alternatively, some programs, notably PC games, require that the DLL file is placed in the game/application installation folder.
After you’ve reinstalled PhysX, launch the PhysX SDK and click on the “Application” button to launch the PhysX 3 SDK application. Select the option “Connect to PhysX”. This will make the SDK create the proper DLL file for PhysX.
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