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Renegade Paintball




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I. System Requirements
II. Troubleshooting


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I. System Requirements


• Windows 2000/XP
• Pentium III 800 MHz or better
• 256 MB RAM
• 8X CD-ROM drive
• 600 MB free hard disk space
• DirectX 9.0 compatible 3D videocard with 32 MB RAM (64 MB recommended)
• DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card
• Microsoft compatible keyboard and mouse


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II. Troubleshooting


Problem A: The game won't start, produces an error indicating it failed to initialize direct3d, freezes up, reboots the system or drops to thedesktop.
Problem B: The game runs slow or choppy.
Problem C: The game looks very blurry, or objects glow white and/or flicker.
Problem D: The window constantly scrolls away.
Problem E: The mouse cursor disappears during play or is invisible.
Problem F: You can’t successfully join or host a network game.*********************************************************************************************

Problem A: The game won't start, produces an error indicating it failed to initialize direct3d, freezes up, reboots the system or drops to the desktop.

Possible Causes:
A1. Hardware acceleration is disabled on your 3D card.
A2. The video card drivers need to be updated. (Most common)
A3. DirectX is not installed properly.
A4. Your system does not meet the minimum hardwarerequirements.

Solution to A1:
Hardware acceleration must be turned to full, or your system may behave as if it does not have a 3D card. To ensure your hardware acceleration is turned to full, do the following:
1. Right-click on your desktop and select ‘Properties’.
2. Click the ‘Settings’ tab.
3. Click ‘Advanced’.
4. Click the ‘Troubleshooting’ tab.
5. Ensure the Hardware Acceleration slideris set to ‘Full’.

Solution to A2:
To update your video driver, you need to know what video card you have, and then we can point you to the proper place to get updated video drivers.

To find out what kind of video card you have:
1. Right-click on the desktop and select ‘Properties’.
2. Click the ‘Settings’ tab.
3. Click ‘Advanced’.
4. Click the 'Adapter' tab.

The video adapter typewill be displayed. The most common video cards are made by ATI (Radeon), NVIDIA (Gforce), or Matrox.

To update your video cards, go to the following websites:
ATI video drivers - http://www.ati.com/support/driver.html
NVIDIA Gforce - http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp
Matrox - http://www.matrox.com/mga/support/drivers/home.cfm

If you have a different type of video adapter,search the web for the manufacturer of your video card.

Once you have downloaded the latest driver for your particular hardware and operating system, make sure you install it. Most drivers come in the form of a downloadable executable that you must run. Most of these installations will require you to restart your system.

After updating your video driver, you could find your desktop screenresolution has been reset (bigger/smaller looking desktop icons). To set this back, do the following:
1. Right-click on your desktop and select ‘Properties’.
2. Click the ‘Settings’ tab.
3. Adjust the ‘Screen area’ resolution slider to an acceptable setting and click ‘Apply’.

Solution to A3:
If the installation program installed DirectX, a full reboot must be performed in order for it to workproperly. Reboot your system, and try the game again. Alternatively, you can download and install the latest version of DirectX at:

or


Solution to A4:
The most common shortfall in the system requirements is the 3D video card. This can be difficult to know for sure, as the names of the video cards can be deceptive. Upgrading your video card is relatively simple and inexpensive. NVIDIA...
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