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ESSENTIAL CELL BIOLOGY 2 INTERACTIVE

Bruce Alberts, Dennis Bray, Alexander Johnson, Karen Hopkin,


Julian Lewis, Martin Raff, Keith Roberts, Peter Walter
Copyright (c) 2004 by Garland Science Publishing
----------------------------------------------------------------I. GETTING STARTED
The ECB 2 Interactive application can be run directly from the CD
or, for better performance, from your internal hard disk. The media
files (animations, videos, molecular models and cell images) will
remain on the CD.
TO INSTALL ECB2 INTERACTIVE:
Double click on My Computer icon on the desktop. Double click on
the CD-ROM icon. Locate the SETUP.EXE application located at the
root level of the CD. Double-click on the SETUP icon to launch
the installer. In addition to copying the applicaton to your
hard disk, SETUP will add shortcuts to your Start Menu to
facilitate access to the content on the CD.
***IMPORTANT! ECB2 Interactive requires QuickTime 6 or later. Be
sure to run the QuickTime installer located in the "Installers Windows" directory on the CD.***
RUNNING ECB2 INTERACTIVE FROM YOUR HARD DISK
Open the Start Menu and locate the "ECB2 Interactive" program
group. Select the ECB2 Interactive application icon.
RUNNING ECB2 INTERACTIVE DIRECTLY FROM THE CD
Double click on My Computer icon on the desktop. Double click on
the CD-ROM icon. Locate the "ECB Interactive - Windows"
directory and open it. Double-click on the ECB2 Interactive
application icon.
----------------------------------------------------------------II. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Minimum Specifications:
WINDOWS
---Microsoft Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP
---A Pentium-based PC or compatible
---64MB of RAM
---A Sound Blaster or compatible sound card and speakers
---DirectX version 3.0 or later recommended
Recommended Specifications:
Windows
---128MB of RAM
---At least a 500Mhz processor
Note: performance may vary according to processor speeds and
available memory.
----------------------------------------------------------------USING THE ANIMATIONS, VIDEOS, MOLECULAR MODELS, CELL IMAGES IN
OTHER PROGRAMS

The user has the option of playing the animations and videos
within the User Interface, or individual animations may be
imported and displayed in other programs, such as a presentation
manager, a Web browser, or a media player, such as QuickTime
Player.
For this purpose the media has been placed in easily accessible
folders on the CD, and labeled by media type.
For instructions on importing movies into PowerPoint, please
consult the documentation for that program.
For an overview of all contents, we recommend your printing out
the "Viewing Guide" located on this CD. It contains the text of
all voice over narrations, as well as credits for the individual
scientists and media developers.
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