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Summary: LEGO Star Wars Demo
Date: 11 Mar 05
Filename: lego_star_wars_pc_demo_final.exe
Size: 227.3MB (238,304,081 bytes)
Downloads: 4994
Last Download: 34 days ago
More info: http://www.legostarwarsthevideogame.com/
LEGO Star Wars
03/2005 Version 1.00

Please read through this document. It contains information that is vital to successfully running the LEGO Star Wars Demo on your system.
LEGO Star Wars uses the latest technology to ensure a stunning gaming experience. Please refer to the required PC specification in part 3 to check that your system meets the minimum requirements.

To install the game, double-click the file 'Setup.exe'. This will launch the installer which will take you through the rest of the setup process.

The file securom_v7_00.dat will be created, during the installation/Launching of the LEGO Star Wars demo, within your `Application Data` folder.
It is necessary for the LEGO Star Wars demo to run properly.
The file contains your licences for all products which are SecuROM protected, therefore it will not be deleted automatically.
Please do not delete the file because you might lose essential digital rights.

The information contained in securom_v7_00.dat will not be transferred to any other computer without your permission.

This security system is connected with a MS Windows Service called "SecuROM User Access Service".
This module is started automatically when launching the LEGO Star Wars demo if the user is logged in with Windows administrator rights.
In case users do not have administrator rights we recommend to keep it running.

Part 3: Technical Issues

3.1 Installation & Set-up

System Requirements

The minimum system requirements are as follows:

IBM PC or 100% compatible
Microsoft Windows 2000/Windows XP (admin rights required)
(Windows® 95/98/ME/NT not supported)
CPU: Pentium III 1GHz (or Athlon equivalent)
RAM: 256 MB System Memory
GRAPHICS: 100% DirectX 9 compatible 32meg Direct3D Card with Pixel Shader Support
SOUND: 100% DirectX 9 compatible Sound Card
HARD DRIVE: 500MB free disk space
INPUT DEVICES: Keyboard (Joypad preferable)

The recommended system requirements are as follows:

CPU: Pentium 4 2.4GHz or Athlon XP equivalent
RAM: 256 MB
GRAPHICS: 100% DirectX 9 compatible Direct3D Card with Pixel Shader Support and 64MB Video RAM
SOUND: 100% DirectX 8.1 compatible Sound Card
DirectX9.0c supplied with game.
MD5 Sum: 1ca0a793ddbd1677f740aabd793fbf7c
SHA1 Sum: fbc53f15ec53e72688d5651645a74d9100528f88


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