Dune 2000

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DUNE 2000: LONG LIVE THE FIGHTERS!

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Copyright (c) 1998 Westwood Studios, Inc.
All rights reserved.

"Westwood Studios" is a trademark of Westwood Studios, Inc.
"Dune" is a trademark and copyright of the Dino DeLaurentis Corporation.
Licensed by Universal Studios Licensing, Inc. All rights reserved.

August 8, 1998

For latest goodies, news and updates visitWWW.WESTWOOD.COM

Contents:

1. General Information.

1.1. Microsoft DirectX.

2. Troubleshooting.

2.1. Known Video Card Problems
2.1.1. Error Message "Set Cooperative Level Returned - 2005532097"
2.1.2. Display only appears in top 1/3rd of screen.
2.1.3. Video Flicker during play.
2.1.4. “Scratchy” or distorted display.
2.2. Known Sound Card Problems
2.3. InstallProblems.
2.3.1. Lockup during "Registering Dune 2000 and creating shortcuts in Start Menu"
2.3.2. Lockup while "Installation Complete" is displayed.
2.4. Uninstalling Dune 2000.
2.5. Virtual Memory Settings.
2.6. Microsoft PowerToys.
2.7. Microsoft Home Mouse and Natural Keyboard.
2.8. Autoplay.
2.9. 16 bit CD-ROM drivers.
2.10. Microsoft Office Toolbar.
2.11. Gameor audio stutters after being paused.
2.12. Choppy movie performance.
2.13. Increasing performance on minimum spec systems.
2.14. Westwood Online.
2.14.1. Duplicate Channel columns.
2.14.2. 4 Player Internet Games
2.15. Multi-player problems.
2.16. Power Saving Modes.
2.17. HP Pavilion Computers..
2.17.1. Background Applications
2.17.2. LT Win Modem2.18. Game Updates and Patches.
2.19. Playing Without a Dune 2000 CD (spawning).

3. Gameplay Notes

3.1. Infantry Only Areas
3.2. Capturing Enemy Buildings - Part I
3.3. Capture Enemy Buildings - Part II
3.4. Spice controls the universe
3.5. Keep an eye out!
3.6. Turrets
3.7. Infantry
3.8. Use your strengths
3.9. Deviators
3.10. Hot keys3.11 Multiplayer Handicapping

4. Unit Comparisons

1. General Information.

1.1. Microsoft DirectX.

The Windows 95 version of Dune 2000 is a Microsoft DirectX application. Version 5.0a of Microsoft DirectX is included on the CD and you have the option to install it when Dune 2000 is installed.

If you have difficulty running Windows 95 after these new Microsoft DirectXdrivers have been installed, please contact your local Microsoft subsidiary, or write:

Microsoft Customer Sales and Service,
One Microsoft Way,
Redmond, WA 98052-6399, USA

USA telephone: 1-800-426-9400
International telephone: ++1-206-882-8080

All Microsoft DirectX drivers are located in the Dxsetup folder off of the root of the CD. To reinstallthe Microsoft DirectX drivers go into the Dxsetup folder and run Dxsetup.exe. You can explore the CD by choosing the "Explore the CD" option in the Autoplay title screen.

Microsoft DirectX Direct Play.

If you already have DirectX version 5.0 installed and did not install the DirectX drivers from the Dune 2000 CD please ensure you install the Direct Play 5.0a patch from theDxsetup folder off of the root of the CD. This patches some bugs in the original Direct Play 5.0 release and will not affect any other products you may have that use Directx.

2. Troubleshooting.

2.1. Known Video Card Problems.

Most video display problems can be corrected by installing the latest drivers for your particular card. Please consult your video card documentation for detailson how to get the latest drivers for your card. Here are some hints and tips for specific video cards found while testing Dune 2000 under Windows 95 and Windows 98.

2.1.1. Error Message "Set Cooperative Level Returned - 2005532097"

This message will appear on older video cards that do not support hardware page flipping. To solve the problem create a shortcut and add the option...
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