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25 to Life
README file Version

Part 1: Things You Should Know

Please read through the DirectX section of this document. This section has information that is vital to successfully running 25 to Life on your system.

1.1 DirectX

This game is optimised for Microsoft's DirectX 9.0c. In order for you to play the game, you must have DirectX 9.0c compliant drivers for your videocard and sound card. Please note that although DirectX 9.0c is installed with the game, your video and sound card drivers will not be upgraded to DirectX 9.0c drivers.

You will need to obtain the latest DirectX 9.0c drivers from your card manufacturer or PC supplier. These drivers cannot be supplied by Eidos.

1.2 Memory and Performance

While the game will run fine in 256MB of RAM, yourplaying experience will be smoother if you have at least 512MB.

Regardless of how much memory you have, you can maximize your available memory and increase the overall performance of the game engine by doing the following:

Closing any open windows
Shutting down all other programs, including menu-bar programs like ICQ, AIM, MSN Messenger, etc…
Defragmenting your hard drive

Eidosrecommends that you have no other programs running at all while playing 25 to Life. Other programs, including system utilities and screen savers, can cause system degradation when playing games, and may conflict with the game for system resources, potentially resulting in instability and crashes.

1.3 Known Issues

If you are having trouble connecting, make sure that ports UDP 4659 and UDP 30125are open on your firewall or router. If your PC is behind a router, visit your router manufacturer’s website and download and install the latest firmware for your router model.
Alt-Tabbing may cause instability and performance issues during gameplay, and is not recommended.

Eidos is committed to providing customer support for our games on a continuing basis. In that spirit, there may be apatch for 25 to Life forthcoming; visit the Eidos website for more information.

http://www.eidos.com/

Part 2: Technical Issues

2.1 Installation & Set-up

System Requirements

The minimum system requirements are as follows:

OPERATING SYSTEM:
Microsoft Windows 2000/Windows XP (admin rights required)
(Windows® 95/98/ME/NT not supported)
CPU:
Pentium IV 1.4GHz (or AthlonXPequivalent)
RAM:
256MB System Memory
GRAPHICS:
100% DirectX 9 compatible 64MB Direct3D Card with Pixel Shader 1.1 support
(GeForce 3/Radeon 8500+) (GeForce 4MX Not Supported)
SOUND:
100% DirectX 9 compatible Sound Card
OPTICAL DRIVE:
DVD-ROM drive
HARD DRIVE:
2.5GB uncompressed free disk space
INPUT DEVICES:
Keyboard and Mouse
INTERNET:
LAN and Broadband play supportedNote: Laptops & Integrated graphic cards may function but are not supported.

Recommended Spec:

CPU:
Pentium IV 2.4GHz (or AthlonXP/64 equivalent)
RAM:
512MB System Memory
GRAPHICS:
100% DirectX 9 compatible 128MB Direct3D Card with Pixel Shader 2.0 support (GeForce 6 & 7 Series/Radeon X series)


Preparing Your Hard Drive

To ensure that your installation is trouble free, youshould check to see that your hard drive and file system are both tuned for optimum performance. Windows comes with two utility programs that find and fix any errors and optimise your hard drive performance. The first of these programs is called scandisk. Scandisk will check your hard drive for problems and can fix any that it finds. You can run scandisk by clicking on the Start button from theWindows Taskbar, followed by Programs, then Accessories, then System Tools, and finally scandisk.

Once scandisk has finished running, you should next optimise your hard drive's performance by running a program called Disk Defragmenter. You can run Disk Defragmenter by clicking on the Start button from the Windows desktop, followed by Programs, then Accessories, then System Tools, and finally Disk...
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