Rapport de stage
README file Version 1.0
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 Commandos 3 on your system.
This game is optimized for Microsoft's DirectX 9. In order for you to play the game, you must have DirectX 9-compliant drivers for your video card and sound card. Please note that although DirectX 9 is installed with the game, your video and sound card drivers will not be upgraded to DirectX 9 drivers.
You will need to obtain the latest DirectX 9 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 256 Mb of RAM, your playing experience will be smoother if you have at least 512 Mb.
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
Defragmenting your hard drive
Eidos recommends that you have no other programs running at all while playing Commandos 3. Other programs, including virus checkers, system utilities and screen savers can cause system degradation when playing games software and may conflict with the game for system resources, potentially resulting in instability and crashes.
1.3 Known Issues
Any form of returning to Windows (i.e. Alt-Tab) is not supported.
Some buttons are incorrectly drawn but still function on Matrox G400/450 cards. Game is performance unaffected.
Admin rights are required for installation/playing the game on Windows 2000/XP.
On startup of each level the game will cache the data required and the user may be on a blank screen for a few seconds, depending on specification of PC.
If user experiences problems launching Commandos 3 - Destination Berlin after