Windows® XP® recommended or higher
128 MB Min., 256MB or greater recommended
Hard Drive Space:
1 GB minimum, 2 GB Recommended
1.7 GHz Intel® or AMD compatible processor recommended
Microsoft® Direct X® 9.0C capable 3D graphics card
64 MB Min., 256MB or greater recommended
NVidia: Geforce2 or Compatible or higher required,
Geforce 4 (non-mx) or higher recommended
ATI: Radeon 7500 or Compatible or higher required,
Radeon 9600 or higher recommended
SiS, Intel and S3 cards might or might not be supported.
1024 x 768 screen resolution with 32 bit color monitor recommended.
Direct X® 9.0C (recommended) or higher must be installed.
Go to www.Microsoft®.com for Direct X® 9.0C and to
Up-to-date graphics card drivers
Internet Connection for Install
Mouse or another pointing device
CD ROM Drive
How to check for the Direct X® Version and Video Card Display that is installed on your system:
Click the Green Start button (usually on the lower left of your screen), when that window opens - Click RUN, in the run dialogue box type – dxdiag and Click Ok, when this window opens, Click the System tab – read from the bottom up and you should see the “Direct X® Version” listed – then Click the Display tab and you should see the Video card that is installed on your system.
On the Display tab, under “DirectX Features”, the DirectDraw Acceleration, the Direct3D Acceleration, and the AGP Texture Acceleration should be enabled. There are test buttons for DirectDraw and Direct3D, you may want to run a test.
The test results should be displayed in the box below the test buttons. You may want to save and exit or exit.
How to Check for which version Operating System is installed on your computer:
Click the Green Start button (usually on the lower
left of your screen), when that window opens – RIGHT Click
“My Computer”, when this window opens, highlight properties
and Click Properties. On the General tab, you should see your
general system information. Click Ok when you are done.