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Please note that current code is only 80% complete and in no way reflects the quality of the final product.
Minimum system requirements
Processor Pentium 3 700mhz
Ram 128 RAM
Graphics Card Rage 128 32mb
Sound Card SoundBlaster compatible
Hard Drive Space 180mb
Operating System Windows 98, ME, 2000 and XP
Recommended system requirements
Processor Pentium 4 2ghz
Ram 512 RAM
Graphics Card GeForce 3 Ti 500 64mb
Sound Card SoundBlaster Audigy
Hard Drive Space 180mb
Creative's EAX Advanced HD in TOCA Race Driver
TOCA Race Driver uses Creative Labs' EAX Advanced HD™ Environmental Audio technology to accurately simulate sonic effects such as early reflections and reverberation. The EAX acoustic models are dynamically modified as your car hurtles round the track, providing the most realistic audio experience of any racing game. EAX Advanced HD™ effects sound best on systems with Creative's SoundBlaster Audigy and Audigy2 soundcards.
1) Simulation mode controls
Simulation mode provides a more physically accurate mechanics model. This can be enabled by entering the bonus code 'SIM' on the bonus screen. This is not recommended for digital controllers, for example the keyboard, as they do not provide the subtlety required to be able to control the car well. This bonus code has no effect for wheel controllers, as it is permanently enabled in that case.
2) 5.1 Surround sound balancing
We have found some surround sound cards to be quiet in the central speaker. Race Driver can be setup to adjust the relative sound balance of the centre speaker by modifying the following parameter in the pchardwareconfig.ini, which is located in the same directory as the RaceDriver exe file.
This parameter can range from 0.000000 (normal) through to 1.000000 (no sound from any speaker other than the centre). We found a value of 0.8719 worked for our soundcard.
3) Surround Gaming on Matrox Parhelia
Race Driver supports the Surround Gaming resolutions on the Matrox Parhelia card. Simply select your desired resolution from the Hardware Setup program and save the settings before running the game.
Note that if you wish to run in a resolution above 1920x480, you must disable motion blur in the Advanced section of the Hardware Setup program or the game will crash.
4) Flickering display on Matrox Parhelia
If you run the game in 32-bit on the Matrox Parhelia, you may experience a rapid flickering caused by the sun specular highlight on the road. In order to stop this happening, edit your pchardwareconfig.ini and ensure that alpha effects are disabled with the line:
(by default this value will be set to 1)
Supported Graphics Cards
Radeon 64mb DDR AGP
ATI Radeon 7500 64mb DDR
ATI Radeon 8500 64mb DDR
ATI Radeon 9500 DDR
ATI Radeon 9700 128mb DDR
ATI Rage 128 32mb AGP
Matrox G400 32mb AGP
Matrox G400 DualHead 32mb AGP
Matrox G450 DualHead 32mb AGP
Matrox G550 DualHead 32mb DDR AGP
Matrox Parhelia 128Mb DDR AGP
Nvidia GeForce 256 32mb AGP
Nvidia GeForce DDR 32mb AGP
Nvidia GeForce2 GTS 32mb AGP
Nvidia GeForce2 MX 32mb AGP
Nvidia GeForce2 Ultra 64mb
Nvidia GeForce3 64mb DDR
Nvidia GeForce3 TI200 64MB DDR
Nvidia GeForce3 TI500 64MB DDR
Nvidia GeForce4 MX 420
Nvidia GeForce4 MX 440
Nvidia GeForce4 MX 460
Nvidia GeForce4 TI4200 64Mb
Nvidia GeForce4 TI4200 128Mb
Nvidia GeForce4 TI4400 128Mb
Nvidia GeForce4 TI4600 128Mb
Nvidia Quadro 64mb AGP
Nvidia Riva TNT II 32mb AGP
Nvidia Riva TNT II m64 32mb AGP
Nvidia Riva TNT II Ultra 32mb AGP
SiS Xabre 64mb AGP
The game is not stable on an NVidia NForce running at 1280x1024
There is minor screen corruption when running the game with a Radeon 9700
The hardware setup program may choose unsuitable default settings on systems that have more than one display adapter (graphics card).
If this happens, the setting can be changed manually in the 'advanced settings' section.