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Medal of Honor: Airborne singleplayer demo, contains the Operation Husky mission.System RequirementsREQUIRED SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS:OS: Windows XP (SP2), Windows Vista (32-bit; 64-bit versions of Windows Vista are not supported)CPU (Single Core): Intel P4 2.8 GHz or AMD Athlon 2800+ for Windows XP / Intel P4 3.0 GHz or AMD Athlon 3800+ for Windows VistaRAM: 1 GB for Windows XP / 1 GB for Windows VistaHard Drive: 1.5 GB or more of free spaceNote: 64 bit versions of Windows are not supportedVideo: DirectX 9.0c, NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT, ATI Radeon X1300 Pro, or better with Shader 3.0 support for Windows XP or Vista (Note: NVIDIA 6800XT, 6800LE, 7100GS, 7200GS, 7200LE, 7300GS, 7300GT cards not supported). NOTE: NVIDIA SLI and ATI Crossfire modes are not supported in Medal of Honor Airborne Demo.Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card (Note: For Creative Sound Blaster Audigy cards running under Windows Vista you should expect lower performance)Installation InstructionsIMPORTANT: Before running Medal of Honor Airborne Demo, please be sure you have the latest drivers for both your video card and your audio card installed. An outdated video or sound driver can lead to slow and choppy gameplay, or in some cases can prevent the game from running at all. You can download the appropriate drivers from your video and audio card manufacturer's Web site.Avoid running any other programs in the background, as this mayconflict with the game. This includes any virus-protection program that you have running, which can hinder performance.UninstallingTo uninstall Medal of Honor Airborne Demo if your operatingsystem is Windows XP:1. Click the "Start" button in the Windows taskbar. 2. Click "Control Panel" in the Start menu. 3. Double-click "Add or Remove Programs". 4. Click "Medal of Honor Airborne Demo" in the program list and click the "Remove" button next to its name. 5. Follow the instructions that appear.To uninstall Medal of Honor Airborne Demo if your operatingsystem is Windows Vista:1. Click the "Start" button in the Windows taskbar. 2. Click "Control Panel" in the Start menu. 3. Click "Uninstall a program" under the "Programs" heading or Programs and Features depending on your Control Panel settings 4. Double-click "Medal of Honor Airborne Demo" in the program list. 5. Follow the instructions that appear.TroubleshootingPlease be aware that an outdated video driver or sound driver can lead to slow and choppy gameplay, or in some cases can prevent the game from running at all. To ensure an enjoyable experience with this game, be sure that you have the most recent video and sound drivers installed. These drivers are typically available for download from your system or hardware manufacturer's Web site. If you are not sure what type of video or sound card you have, or you need assistance with updating the drivers on your system, please refer to the documentation that came with your system or peripheral.For additional help with troubleshooting, visit the communityforums at the official Web site for Medal of Honor Airborne Demo at:http://www.moha.ea.comSaved Games, and ScreenshotsIn Windows XP, saved game files are stored in the followinglocation:C:Documents and SettingsMy DocumentsEA GamesMedal of Honor Airborne Demo(tm)SavedIn Windows Vista, saved game files are stored in the followinglocation:C:UsersDocumentsEA GamesMedal of Honor Airborne Demo(tm)SavedIn Windows XP, screenshots are stored in the followinglocation:C:Documents and SettingsMy DocumentsEA GamesMedal of Honor Airborne Demo(tm)ScreenShotsIn Windows Vista, screenshots are stored in the followinglocation:C:UsersDocumentsEA GamesMedal of Honor Airborne Demo(tm)ScreenShotsOptimizing Graphical PerformanceMedal of Honor Airborne Demo automatically selects a default graphical configuration that should be well-suited to your system's specifications. However, you may adjust the game'sgraphical configuration to suit your preference by openingthe "Medal of Honor Airborne Demo Setup".To access the "Medal of Honor Airborne Demo Setup," click the "Start"button in the Windows taskbar, then click "Programs", then click "Electronic Arts", and then click "Medal of Honor Airborne Demo" in Windows XP.In Windows Vista click the "Start" button in the Windows taskbar, then click "All Programs", then click "Electronic Arts", and then click "Medal of Honor Airborne Demo."To achieve better performance, lower settings are recommeded.Known IssuesYou may experience problems attempting to run the game with amonitor set to "portrait mode"--that is, if your monitor is set to display content vertically instead of in a traditional 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio. Medal of Honor Airborne Demo only supports monitors running in standard 4:3 modes or widescreen 16:9 modes.For users experiencing problems with Creative Sound Blaster Audigy cards running under Windows Vista it is recommended that they lower settings to improve performance.As of the date posted at the top of this ReadMe file, Windows Vista is compatible with ATI-based video cards with Radeon X1300 Pro chipsets and above, in addition to NVIDIA-based video cards with GeForce 6600 GT series chipsets and above. By extension, the game is compatible with these chipsets on Windows Vista machines.If you have an NVIDIA SLI or ATI Crossfire video cards setup, we recommend you not use the Force Split Frame Rendering option. This option actually degrades performance in Medal of Honor Airborne Demo.NOTE: NVIDIA SLI and ATI Crossfire modes are not supported in Medal of Honor Airborne Demo.If you are having audio problems with SigmaTel sound cards, download the latest drivers and adjust your audio settings.NOTE: SigmaTel sound cards are not supported in Medal of Honor Airborne Demo.*Administrator PrivilegesPlease note that you may not be able to add Medal of Honor Airborne to your software firewall's exceptions list if you are not logged in as an administrator in Windows. You will eitherneed to do so from an account that has administrator rights, oradd your existing account to the administrators list. To do so, dothe following:In Windows XP, 1. Log out of Windows and log in with an Administrator account. 2. Once logged in, click on "Start" in the Windows taskbar. 3. Click "Settings". 4. Click "Control Panel". 5. Click "User Accounts". 6. Select the "Users" tab. 7. Under "Users for this computer:" click on your account name. 8. Click "Properties". 9. Select the "Group Membership" tab. 10. Select the "Other" radio button. 11. From the pulldown menu, select "Administrators". 12. Click "Apply" and then "OK".In Windows Vista, 1. Log out of Windows and log in with an Administrator account. 2. Click the "Start" button in the Windows taskbar. 3. Click "Control Panel". 4. Click "Change account type" under the "User Accounts" heading. 5. Under "Users for this computer:" click on your account name. 6. Click "Properties". 7. Select the "Other" radio button. 8. From the pulldown menu, select "Administrators". 9. Click "Apply" and then "OK".Audio InformationIf some of the audio in the game seems to be missing, this is likely due to your speaker settings. If your speaker settings are set to a surround-sound configuration, but you do not have a surround-sound speaker system, then some audio channels will not be heard during gameplay.To check and adjust your speaker settings if your operating systemis Windows XP:1. Click the "Start" button in the Windows taskbar. 2. Choose "Control Panel". 3a. If your Control Panel is in the default Category View, click "Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices". Then click "Sounds and Audio Devices". 3b. If your Control Panel is in Classic View, double-click "Sounds and Audio Devices". 4. Under the "Speaker settings" heading, click "Advanced". 5. Choose the correct configuration in "Speaker setup" drop-down menu. 6. Click "OK".To check and adjust your speaker settings if your operating systemis Windows Vista:1. Click the "Start" button in the Windows taskbar. 2. Click "Control Panel" in the Start menu. 4. Locate and click "Hardware and Sound" 5. Click "Manage audio devices" under the "Sound" heading. 6. Select your speakers and click "Configure". 7. Choose the correct configuration and follow the instructions that appear.This should resolve the issue.PhysX InstallationMedal of Honor Airborne Demo requires Ageia PhysX in order to run. This is normally installed by the Medal of Honor Airborne Demo Installer.In the event that PhysX is ever un-installed, to re-install it simply launch the PhysX_xxxx_SystemSoftware application (where xxxx is the version number) located in the PhysX folder of your Medal of Honor Airborne DVD.For more information on PhysX go to their website: Ageia.com

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