موضوع: هل يعرف احدكم هذة اللعبة

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  1. #1
    عضو
    صور رمزية حسن نصار
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    Post هل يعرف احدكم هذة اللعبة

    لو سمحتم هذة اللعبة مش راضية تشتغل لية واسمها((( medal of honor)))
    لولها كود لازم ادخلوا فى اللعبة ممكن تدهونى او تعرفنى الطريقة
    وارجو الاهتمام

    وانا بحاول اشغلهاعلى ويندوز winme.......win98....winxp....
    ولم تفتح وقمت بتصتيب .....dx9

    ..................اخيكم
    .............................حسن نصار
    حسن نصار


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    عضو جديد
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    نعم

    هى تحتاج الى برنامج أسمه
    Open GL

  3. #3
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    ايها الاخ Maxima

    ارجو ايها الاخ Maxima ان تكتب الاميل الخاص بيك
    لكى نتمكن من الاستفسار
    او التفسير اكثر

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    ايها الاخ Maxima

    ارجو استخدام الماسينجر

  6. #6
    عضو
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    حد يحاول يفسر شوية

    حد يفهمنى اية الى ناقص يا جماعة
    وارجو الاهتمام
    اخيكم
    .........حسن نصار

  7. #7
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    Thumbs up هذع اللعبة تحتاج الى كروت شاشة مخصص

    هناك بعض كروت الشاشة ليست متوا فقة مع هذه اللعبة ولو فتحت ملف READ ME
    المرفق مع اللعبة ستجد الانواع الموافقة والغير متوافقة مع هذه اللعبة


    وهذا هو الملف
    ==================================================================
    Medal of Honor Allied Assault(tm) Version 1.0
    Read Me File
    December 13, 2001
    ==================================================================

    Thank you for purchasing Medal of Honor Allied Assault. This
    readme file contains last minute information that did not make it
    into the manual, as well as more detailed information on various
    features already covered in the manual.

    ==================================================================
    System Requirements
    ==================================================================

    MINIMUM CONFIGURATION

    Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows 98, or Windows 95
    (Windows NT is not supported)
    450 MHz Intel Pentium II or 500 MHz AMD Athlon processor
    128 MB RAM
    8x CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive
    1.2 GB free hard disk space plus space for saved games (additional
    space required for Windows swap-file and DirectX 8.0 installation)
    16 MB OpenGL capable video card using an NVIDIA GeForce3, NVIDIA
    GeForce2, NVIDIA GeForce 256, NVIDIA Riva TNT2, NVIDIA Riva TNT,
    ATI Radeon, ATI Rage 128 Pro, ATI Rage 128, PowerVR3 Kyro II, or
    PowerVR Kyro chipset with OpenGL and DirectX 8.0 compatible driver
    DirectX 8.0 compatible sound card
    Keyboard
    Mouse

    RECOMMENDED

    700 MHz or faster Intel Pentium III or AMD Athlon processor
    32 MB or greater supported OpenGL capable video card with OpenGL
    and DirectX 8.0 compatible driver


    The following 16MB or greater 3D accelerators are not fully
    supported and do not work properly with the game:

    -3Dfx Voodoo 4 and 5
    No intro movies play. Various textures are corrupted.
    Breakable windows are opaque until broken. Once
    broken they have a corrupted texture.
    -3Dfx Voodoo 3
    Various textures are corrupted. Breakable windows are
    opaque until broken. Once broken they have a corrupted
    texture. Transparent red bomb placements are invisible.
    -3Dfx Voodoo Banshee cards
    -Matrox G400 and G450
    Frame rate is often below 10 frames per second even at
    the lowest video settings. Level load times are longer
    than normal.
    -Nvidia Vanta
    These older cards yield a frame rate that is often
    below 10 frames per second even at the lowest video
    settings.
    -PowerVR NEON 250 cards:
    Video Logic PowerVR Neon 250
    -S3 Savage 2000 cards:
    Diamond Viper II
    -S3 Savage 4 cards:
    Diamond Stealth III S540
    Diamond Stealth III S540 Extreme
    -SiS 300 cards

    The following sound card isn't supported:
    -Ensoniq SoundScape PNP

    The following sound cards have known problems:
    -Diamond Monster Sound MX 400
    Requires turning off "DirectSound Acceleration" in the
    driver. See the detailed explanation under
    "Troubleshooting."
    -Creative Labs Audigy
    Currently hardware acceleration for this card does not
    work correctly.


    ==================================================================
    Hard Drive Space
    ==================================================================

    1.2 GB of free hard drive space is required to install the game.

    More space is also needed for save games. Each save game is nearly
    0.5 MB and there are 34 single-player levels in the game. At the
    start of each level a new auto-save game is created. So another
    30 MB of space is a good idea for both auto saves and manually
    saved games.

    Additionally, Windows will require its own free hard drive space
    for its operating system (virtual memory). The amount of space
    required varies from 100 MB to 250 MB. If you have less than
    250 MB free space you may encounter the following message in an
    error dialog:

    "Ran out of virtual memory"

    If you encounter this message, free up some hard drive space.


    ==================================================================
    Installing DirectX 8.0a
    ==================================================================

    If you declined to install DirectX 8.0a when initially installing
    Medal of Honor Allied Assault, you can install at a later time by
    simply inserting Disk 1 into your CD-ROM drive and clicking on the
    "Install DirectX" link of the Medal of Honor Allied Assault window
    that appears. If the window doesn't automatically appear, run
    "Autorun.exe" from within Disk 1. You can also directly run
    "dxsetup.exe", located in the DirectX directory on the install
    CDROM. This is found on Disk 1 under the "redist\directx80a"
    folder. Just double-click on "dxsetup.exe".


    ==================================================================
    Improving Gameplay Performance
    ==================================================================

    Some machines will benefit from experimenting with your
    video/sound options:

    - From the Main Menu choose the "Options" menu signified
    by some electronic equipment towards the left side on
    the table. Then select the "Video" menu, select "Texture
    Detail" and choose "LOW".

    - Also from the "Video" menu uncheck the "WALL DECALS"
    check box. This will prevent the game from creating
    bullet marks on walls and should improve performance.

    - Try reducing your video resolution to 640x480 or even
    512x384 in your "Video" menu. The lower the resolution,
    the easier it is for your computer to run the game.

    - From the "Video" menu you can try lowering your color
    depth from 32 to 16 bit.

    - Video cards with less than 64MB Video memory cannot set
    texture detail to high and texture color depth to 32
    bit simultaneously. These cards can get very poor
    performance at times, so lower your texture detail
    and/or lower your texture depth to 16 bit.

    - From the "Advanced" menu under the "Options" menu try
    turning the "SHADOWS" down to "simple" or "none".

    - In Advanced Video Options you can change your View
    Model. This allows one to choose how much of their own
    player model is shown.
    NONE means player's arm and weapon will not appear.
    GUN ONLY means the gun and not the arms of Powell will
    appear.
    FULL means that you will see both Lt. Powell's hands
    and the weapon he is holding during gameplay. The less
    of Lt. Powell that is showing, the faster the game
    should run.



    Troubleshooting


    Safe Mode

    -Safe mode can be accessed from the "Safe Mode" link in the Medal
    of Honor Allied Assault section of the "Start" menu. It is
    provided as a means of isolating the cause of problems you may
    have with sound or video card drivers. When launching with safe
    mode, you can disable 3D video accelerator support or hardware
    support for sound cards in its menu. The default location on the
    Start Menu is as follows:
    Start->Program Files->EA GAMES->Medal of Honor Allied Assault->
    Safe Mode.

    DirectX 8.0a

    -It is highly recommended that you install DirectX 8.0a as this is
    known to resolve a number of video card and other issues. Previous
    versions of DirectX are not fully supported.

    Windows XP

    -If you are using Windows XP, you must have administrator rights to
    install and run Medal of Honor Allied Assault. If you have
    administrator rights, and wish to give a "limited user" administrator
    rights, you can do this in "Users" section of the Windows XP Control
    Panel.

    Video Card Drivers

    -Some video card drivers do not support OpenGL correctly. Typical
    problems that may occur with these drivers include:

    - Crashing on starting up
    - Crashing when changing video resolutions
    - Corrupted textures
    - Garbage artifacts on screen
    - Unexpected bright flashing on screen
    - Unusually slow performance.

    The solution is to go to your video card manufacturer's website
    and download updated drivers for your card. It is highly
    recommended that, given an option, you download and install
    Microsoft-certified (WHQL) drivers.

    -Video Resolution of 1600x1200
    A resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels is not fully supported and has
    been found to have problems with various video cards. If the game
    crashes you can run in safe mode and adjust your resolution back
    to a stable and desirable setting.

    -Win95 OpenGL Fix
    Users of Windows 95 and Windows 95a may get a missing dll error.
    The error message occurs when starting the game on either of these
    operating systems stating, "Error Starting Program - A required
    .DLL file, GLU32.dll, was not found." This is a result of the
    OpenGL runtime libraries for Windows95 not being bundled with the
    earlier versions of Windows 95. There is an OpenGL v.1.1 patch
    for Windows 95 available on Disk 2 of Medal of Honor Allied
    Assault. It is located in the "Win95OpenGLfix" folder and is
    called "opengl95.exe". Simply run this file from the CD. Once this
    OpenGL update is installed the game will run fine on Windows 95
    and Windows 95a.

    -Dual Monitors
    Dual monitors are not supported. Disabling the secondary video
    card will allow the game to run with dual monitors.

    Sound Card Drivers

    -Diamond Monster Sound MX 400
    How to fix the MX 400 for use by Medal of Honor Allied Assault:
    1) Exit from Medal of Honor Allied Assault if you are
    running the game.
    2) Open up the "Diamond Monster Sound" utility from
    the toolbar; this is a small red and white icon
    near the clock.
    3) Make sure the "Enable DirectSound Acceleration"
    checkbox is off.
    4) Click on the "Apply And Exit" button. You should
    be able to run Medal of Honor Allied Assault
    without a problem.




    سبحان الله وبحمده سبحان الله العظيم

  8. #8
    عضو نشيط
    صور رمزية الورنس
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    هذه اللعبه تحتاج إلى ذاكره جمها كبير شوي الله يعينك
    وتحتاج إلى كرت شاشه ثلاثي أبعاد .

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  10. #10

    السلام عليكم

    لازم تكون الرام 256

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