GUN (TM) README Last Updated: 2005-10-21 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION INSTALLATION & SET UP 1. Minimum System Requirements 2. Autoplay 3.

DirectX(R) Detection & Installation 4. Play Disc VIDEO ISSUES 1. Monitors 2. In-game and Desktop Resolutions 3. Graphical Corruption When Changing Video Settings 4. Windowed Mode 5. Changing Brightness and Contrast 6. Advanced Graphics 7. Switching Screen Resolutions GENERAL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. ISSUES Alt-Tab, Alt-Enter, Windows Key & Ctrl-Alt-Delete Uninstall Problems in Windows(R) XP Uninstalling with Antivirus Software Enabled Windows(R) Sticky Keys Purchasing Items From the General Store Using the Left Alt Key for Weapon Select Using the Delete Save Game Function Using the Number Keys to Select Weapons 3D Sound

GAMEPADS 1. Supported Gamepads

INTRODUCTION Refer to this document if you encounter difficulties with one or more aspects of installation or running the GUN game. Many of the most commonly encountered is sues are covered here.

INSTALLATION & SET UP 1. Minimum System Requirements

- 3D hardware accelerator card required - 100% DirectX(R) 9.0c-compliant 32 MB H ardware T&L - capable video card and the latest drivers* - English version of Microsoft(R) Windows(R) 2000/XP - Pentium(R) III 1.8 GHz or Athlon(TM) XP 1800+ or higher processor - 256 MB of RAM - 2.8 GB of uncompressed hard disk space (plus 320 MB for the Windows swap file) - A 100% Windows 2000/XP-compatible computer system including:

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DirectX 9.0c (Included) 100% DirectX 9.0c-compliant true 16-bit sound card and drivers 100% Windows 2000/XP- compatible mouse, keyboard and drivers 100% Windows 2000/XP- compatible 2X speed DVD-ROM drive (2.77 MB/sec sustained transfer rate) and drivers - 100% Windows 2000/XP-compatible gamepad (optional) (Game controller with 10 or more buttons and dual analog thumb sticks required) *Supported Chipsets for Windows 2000/XP NVIDIA(R) GeForce(TM) 3/Ti series NVIDIA(R) GeForce(TM) 4/Ti series NVIDIA(R) GeForce(TM) FX 5700 and later series NVIDIA(R) GeForce(TM) 6800 and later ATI(R) Radeon(TM) 8500 ATI(R) Radeon(TM) 9000 ATI(R) Radeon(TM) 9600 ATI(R) Radeon(TM) 9800 and later *Important Note: Some 3D accelerator cards with the chipsets listed here may no t be compatible with the 3D acceleration features utilized by GUN. Please refe r to your hardware manufacturer for 100% DirectX 9.0c compatibility. 2. Autoplay

If the Windows Autoplay feature is enabled on your computer, the GUN Launch scre en will automatically appear when you insert the GUN DVD into your DVD-ROM drive . Simply click on Install and follow the on-screen instructions to continue the installation. If the Autoplay feature is disabled, you can begin the installation by doing the following: a) Go to the Start Menu and select Run. b) Type D:\AUTORUN.EXE (assuming D is your DVD-ROM drive letter) and press Enter. -ora) Double-click on My Computer b) Double-Click your DVD-ROM drive icon. c) Double-click on AUTORUN.EXE. Windows 98 may not be setup to AutoPlay DVDs. To check, perform eps: a. Open the Windows 98/ME Control Panel folder and double-click on. b. Click on the Device Manager tab. Click on the plus sign next ct your DVD-ROM and choose Properties. c. Click on the Settings tab. Insert a check mark in the box to Insert Notification and select OK. 3. DirectX Detection & Installation the following st on the System ic to DVD-ROM, sele the left of Auto

During the GUN setup, the install process will prompt you to install Microsoft D irectX on your computer. If you choose "Yes," the Microsoft DirectX setup progr am will install the appropriate files on your computer. DirectX 9.0c is a set of sound, video, input and network functions developed by Microsoft. DirectX 9.0c is necessary to run GUN.

If you already have other Windows 98/ME/2000/XP games on your computer, chances are you already have a version of DirectX installed. In this case, the Microsof t installer will detect and overwrite any previous versions with DirectX 9.0c. At that point, you will need to restart your computer for the changes to take ef fect. If, however, you already have DirectX 9.0c installed on your computer, th e Microsoft DirectX 9.0c installer will detect it and not overwrite any files. You will not need to restart your computer after installation in order to run GU N. If you choose not to install DirectX 9.0c when you install the game, you can man ually install it later. To do so, use the following instructions: 1. Place your GUN disk in the DVD-ROM drive. The Launch screen should appear. (See the AutoPlay section above if it does not appear.) 2. Click on the "Extras" button. 3. Click on "DirectX" and follow the installation process. When DirectX install ation finishes, you will need to restart your computer for the new drivers to wo rk. 4. Play Disc

After installing the game, you can run GUN at any time from the Start menu or by clicking Play on the DVD title screen. Please note that you must have the GUN Play Disc DVD in your DVD-ROM drive at all times in order to play the game.

VIDEO ISSUES 1. Monitors

- Please make sure your monitor supports the game resolution you are trying to p lay in. To check what resolutions your monitor supports, do the following: a) Open up My Computer b) Double-click on Control Panel c) Find the Display icon and open it d) Choose the Settings tab e) Locate the resolution pointer in the Desktop or Screen Area box and drag it t o the far right The resolution choice shown is the maximum resolution your monitor is capable of displaying. If you do not want to change to this resolution now, select cancel . Your Desktop Area should be set to the game resolution you are trying to play in or higher. NOTE: Please make sure your monitor type is properly specified to insure correc t reporting of available video resolutions. 2. In-game and Desktop resolutions

Do not choose an in-game resolution that is higher than your desktop resolution. You may only be able to see as much of the game as is viewable at your desktop resolution. (For example, if your desktop resolution is set to 800x600, and yo u choose an in-game resolution of 1024x768, the game screen may stretch beyond t he size of your monitor screen). This issue may be more prevalent in windowed m ode, which is not supported by Activision Customer Support. In most cases, GUN should choose the proper resolution for your system based on

your processor, system memory, and video card. Changing the game resolution may result in decreased performance or visual quality. 3. Graphical Corruption When Changing Video Settings

Changing the settings on your Video Options menu may sometimes result in tempora ry color corruption of the screen. These irregularities will disappear when you return to the game. 4. Windowed Mode

Windowed mode is not a supported feature of GUN. 5. Changing Brightness and Contrast

To alter your Brightness and Contrast, you must be in-game. In the shell, selec t Options and choose Adjust Gamma. Raising or lowering the Red, Green and Blue values will increase or decrease the game's brightness. On some video cards, changing the RGB levels all the way up or down may produce undesirable graphical results. If this happens, it is suggested that the "set d efault" option be used to reset these sliders back to their default settings. 6. Advanced Graphics

In the Graphics menu there is a selection to adjust Advanced Graphics. This opti on will be available on higher end video cards. Setting Advanced Graphics to Hig h or Medium will enable higher detailed textures. Enabling Advanced Graphics ma y reduce performance on some machines. 7. Switching Screen Resolutions

Switching to different monitor display resolutions can be done using the 'Screen Resolution' setting in the Graphics menu (located in the Main Menu or Pause Men u under the 'Options' selection.) By clicking the left and right arrows located on opposite sides of the current resolution setting, you can set the display res olution to a desired size that GUN PC will run in. Pressing the right arrow will increase the display size for this setting while pressing the left arrow will d ecrease the display size for this setting. Once the desired display size has bee n selected, exit the Graphics menu by pressing the ESC key or right click and re turn to the Options Menu. When returning to the Options menu, the monitor will r efresh and the screen resolution will be set to the display size that has been s elected. Please note that users with older video cards may experience a decline in the game's performance when setting the display size from it's default resolu tion to a higher resolution.

GENERAL ISSUES 1. Alt-Tab, Alt-Enter, Windows Key & Ctrl-Alt-Delete

Using Alt-Tab, Alt-Enter, the Windows Key or Ctrl-Alt-Delete to exit GUN and/or switch to another application is not recommended. While you may be able to Alt-T ab/Alt-Enter to exit GUN, and the game will remain running in the task bar, you may not be able to recover the game by Alt-Tabbing/Alt-Entering back to it. At t

his point, you may have to use the Windows Task Manager to close GUN. Hold down the Ctrl-Alt-Delete keys to bring up the Task Manager, then select GUN from the list of programs currently running and hit the End Task button. Alt-Tab, Alt-E nter, the Windows Key & Ctrl-Alt-Delete are not supported features of GUN. 2. Uninstall Problems in Windows XP

If you receive the following error while attempting to uninstall GUN: Internal Failure Error number: 0x80040707 You are attempting to uninstall on a Power User account when the game was instal led on an Administrator account. You ll have to uninstall GUN on the account you were logged into when you installed it. Log out of Windows and login to the Adm inistrator account on your system. Then you will be able to uninstall GUN norma lly. 3. Uninstalling with Antivirus Software Enabled

The uninstallation process may take more time if an antivirus software (like Nor ton Utilities or McAfee) is currently running, even if the antivirus software is running in the background. Although GUN will still uninstall correctly with th is software running, disabling any antivirus program will make this process run faster. 4. Windows(R) Sticky Keys

If you press the Shift key 5 times consecutively in Windows(R) 2000 or Windows(R ) XP the following message may appear: "By pressing the Shift key five times you have turned on the Sticky Keys feature . With this feature, you can lock down the Ctrl, Alt, or Shift keys." Click OK or Cancel to leave this feature on. To avoid this happening in the future, click the settings button on the window r eferenced above. When the accessibility options screen appears, click the Settin gs button in the Sticky Keys portion of the window. On the next window (should b e labeled "Settings For Sticky Keys"), uncheck in the box that says, Use shortcu t, then click on Apply, and close the windows. The problem should not occur once the shortcut has been disabled. 5. Purchasing Items From the General Store

To purchase items from the General Store, highlight the item that you wish to pu rchase and press Enter to purchase the items. 6. Using the Left Alt Key for Weapon Select

Pressing the Left Alt key while in game will allow you to switch back and forth between primary (rifle, bow, shotgun, or sharpshooter) and secondary (pistols) w eapons. Pressing the Left Alt key once will equip the primary weapon if Colton i s using the secondary weapon or switch to secondary weapon if Colton is equipped with the primary weapon. Pressing the Left Alt key a second time will return yo u to the weapon Colton was previously equipped with prior to switching weapons.

Pressing and holding the Left Alt key will call up the Weapon Select Menu in the Heads Up display. When pressing and holding the Left Alt key, the Weapon Select Menu appears in the lower right side of the HUD as a four direction menu with e ach direction designated to a weapon type. Each weapon type in the Weapon Select Menu has a letter that appears next to the selection corresponding to the key t hat must be pressed in order to equip the weapon of that type (e.g. 'G' for rifl es.) Pressing and holding Left Alt to access the Weapon Select Menu, then press ing the key corresponding to the weapon type of your choice in the HUD will allo w you to switch Colton's primary weaponry while in-game. 7. Using the Delete Save Game Function

To delete a save file from the save / load menu, highlight the save file you wan t to delete by placing your mouse cursor over the file name, pressing up and dow n on the key pad until the save file is selected, or using the up and down arrow s located above and below the save file menu. Once the desired save file is sele cted, press the delete key to delete the file. A warning prompt will appear aski ng whether or not the file you selected is the one you want to save. If the file you selected is the one you want to delete, confirm by highlighting and selecti ng the 'Yes' option. If the file you selected is not the one you want to delete, highlight and select the 'No' option to cancel the action. 8. Using the Number Keys to Select Weapons

Using the number keys can be a quick and efficient way to switch Colton's weapon s. By pressing one of the number keys (1-7) you can change between the variety o f weapon types that Colton can equip while in battle or walking/riding through t he world of GUN. Please see the following list for a better explanation of the k eys associated with this feature and the types of weapons that are equipped when pressing these keys. - Pressing the 1 key will equip Colton's Pistol. The Pistol that has been select ed in the Saddlebag option (in the Pause Menu) can be equipped by pressing this key. - Pressing the 2 key will equip Colton's Rifle. The Rifle that has been selected in the Saddlebag option can be equipped by pressing this key. - Pressing the 3 key will equip Colton's Shotgun. The Shotgun that has been sele cted in the Saddlebag option can be equipped by pressing this key. - Pressing the 4 key will equip Colton's Sharpshooter. The Sharpshooter that has been selected in the Saddlebag option can be equipped by pressing this key. - Pressing the 5 key will equip Colton's Dynamite Thrown weapon. - Pressing the 6 key will equip Colton's Molotov Thrown weapon. - Pressing the 7 key will equip Colton's Bow. The Bow that has been selected fro m the Saddlebag option can be equipped by pressing this key. Please note that these keys can not be rebound in the Config Input Menu. 9. 3D Sound

When the user turns 3D sound On, from the Sound options menu, the game will use 5.1 positional sound (5.1 speakers are required). When the user turns 3D sound Off the game will play with default surround sound (2 speaker support).

GAMEPADS 1. Supported Gamepads

In order to play GUN with a gamepad, it is required that the gamepad have 2 anal

og thumbsticks and 10 individual buttons. Gamepads without these features may n ot work properly with GUN and are not supported.