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LucasArts Entertainment Co.
Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
9/9/97

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Thank you for your purchase of Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II. We
recommend that you read this file to get the most up-to-date
information about installing, running, and maximizing per-
formance of Jedi Knight. 

For additional information and in-depth technical documentation
about specific hardware, we recommend reading the Online
Troubleshooting Guide which can be accessed by clicking on
TROUBLESHOOTING on the Jedi Knight Launcher. Also, for the very
latest updates related to Jedi Knight, be sure to check out the
LucasArts Multiplayer Home Page at www.rebelhq.com and check
out the LucasArts Website at www.lucasarts.com. 

1) General Information
   a) Installing and Uninstalling
   b) Disc Information
   c) Laptop Systems
   d) Task Switching
   e) Game Crash Issues
   f) Pausing the Game
2) Gameplay Issues
   a) Game Speed/Resolution Issues
   b) Skipping Cutscenes
   c) Console Commands
3) Control Issues
   a) Keyboard Issues
   b) Mouse Issues
   c) Joystick Issues
   d) Preset Control Configurations
   e) Sound Issues
4) Multiplayer Games
   a) Number of Players Supported
   b) Network Provider Information
   c) Server Suggestions
   d) Capture The Flag Levels	
5) Manual Errata
   a) Force Power Surge Availability
   b) The Joystick diagrams POV Hat is mislabelled
   c) Internet Gaming Zone Instructions	
6) How to Contact LucasArts

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1) General Information

a) Installing and Uninstalling 

   *We recommend that you re-install Jedi Knight and DirectX
    after any change in computer hardware. 

   *If you encounter any errors when uninstalling, you can
    uninstall manually by deleting the folder containing
    Jedi Knight.

   *Please make sure you have enough free space on your
    hard drive in order to play Jedi Knight. For example,
    we've found that if you have less than 20 MB of space
    left on your hard drive, you may not be able to start
    the game.

   *See the Online Troubleshooting Guide for more infor-
    mation regarding space requirements.

b) Disc Information

   *Installation is possible only with Disc 1 of Jedi
    Knight.

   *For single play, Disc 1 is needed for levels 1 through
    8. Disc 2 is needed for levels 9 through 21. Jedi 
    Knight will prompt you to swap disks between levels 8
    and 9 in a Single Player game.
	
   *Either disc will allow Multiplayer play.
	
   *We have found that some computers with Windows 95 OSR2 
    and certain CD-ROM drives may bring up a Windows con-
    firmation box if you try to eject while playing Jedi
    Knight, and that this box is not visible under the
    game. If you try to eject the CD-ROM while Jedi 
    Knight is running, and it doesn't open, just hit enter
    on your keyboard to confirm the unseen Windows mes-
    sage. This should allow you to continue normally.

   *The CD must be inserted into the same CD-ROM drive
    used to install the game. If you have a multi-CD
    Changer, or change the drive letter of your CD-ROM
    drive, you must re-install Jedi Knight for the
    computer to recognize the current drive letter. This
    can also be true if you have an external Hard Drive or
    other storage device that changes your drive letters
    when it is connected and disconnected. 

c) Laptop Systems

   *We did not test Jedi Knight with laptop systems and
    therefore we cannot guarantee compatibility. Due to the
    wide variety of hardware configurations that ship with
    today's laptop systems, it would be impossible to
    configure a game that would work with all of them. Many
    laptops are limited in their ability to be used as a
    gaming machine because of memory configurations, their
    microchannel architecture, port configurations (i.e. no
    place for a joystick) and sound systems that are primarily
    designed to be used with productivity software.

   *The other common problem is that laptop systems will
    attempt to compress the traditional version of the
    standard 101 function keyboard (found on almost all
    desktop systems) into a much smaller key config-
    uration. This is usually done by relying on multi-
    function keys that allow the user to assign different
    functions to the same key. Unfortunately, this has
    been known to cause problems with our games.

d) Task Switching (or ALT+TAB)

   *If you do need to return to the desktop, try using the
    ALT + TAB combination.

e) Game Crash Issues 

   *If at any time during the game, you experience a
    crash, you MUST reboot your system before you try to
    restart the game. If you do not reboot your system,
    you may encounter problems related to the original
    crash.

   *If you end up at a black screen or the screen appears
    frozen, please press ESC, Space Bar, or Enter before
    trying anything else.
	
   *If you encounter extended black screens, reboot.

f) Pausing the Game

   *You can pause the game during the cutscenes by press-
    ing the spacebar. To unpause it, and resume the game,
    press the spacebar again.
	
   *To Pause the game during play, hit the ESC key. The
    game will be suspended while in the Option Screen. 
    Note that you cannot pause a Multiplayer game. If you
    enter the Options menu while in a multiplayer game,
    you will be vulnerable until you return.

2) Gameplay Issues
	
a) Game Speed/Resolution Issues 
           	
   *A slow frame rate has been shown to affect gameplay
    in Jedi Knight. Lightsaber Attacks on computers with
    slow framerates may not always connect and the game
    difficulty will be greater. If you have a Pentium
    computer without 3D acceleration, we recommend you
    play in a lower resolution (Such as 320X200, 320X240,
    512x384). Adjust the screen size smaller to increase
    your frame rate using the + or - keys. Resolutions
    above 512x384 will not perform well full screen unless
    you have a very fast Pentium or one with a good 3D
    accelerator.

   *Switching between the menus and the game using 3D
    Hardware acceleration may cause your display to flicker
    to the desktop and back. This is normal. 
	
   *Clicking the "Backbuffer in system memory" check box on
    the Display Setup menu will improve performance on some
    computers without 3D hardware acceleration. Only enable
    this option if you experience severe frame rate problems
    when viewing transparent glass and water. This has to do
    with your video card's memory access speed. This feature
    is not compatible with all video cards and may cause
    problems on certain systems if enabled.

   *The Map Overlay increases the pressure on video mem-
    ory. If your computer slows down when this is turned
    on, consider using it when standing still or play with
    the map turned off. 
	
b) Skipping Cutscenes: 

   *To skip cutscenes, press the Escape key. 

   *You can opt not to see cutscenes by checking the "Dis-
    able Cutscenes" box in the General Setup menu. Playing
    over Microsoft’s Internet Gaming Zone has been known
    to cause problems with this option. If it becomes an
    issue, please re-install Jedi Knight. Be sure to save
    your players and saved games. 

c) Console Commands
   Console commands have been included with the game to
   accommodate advanced player functions not available
   in the User interface.
	 
   To access the Console In Single player, hit 'T' then
   type your command and press Enter.

   Single player Console commands:	

   *"Kill" 
    Kills player and restarts the level or loads a
    saved game. If you get stuck or your character’s 
    position becomes unplayable for any reason, type
    'kill' at the console to escape that position. 

   To access the Console in Multiplayer, hit 'T' then
   'Tab'. Type in your command and press Enter.

   Multiplayer Console commands:
 
   *"Team"
    Only works in Team Play using the Jedi Training
    levels. Type "Team" followed by a space and the number
    of the team you wish to join (1=red, 2=yellow, 3=blue,
    and 4=green). This makes it possible  to organize games
    with 4 teams.  Team Play defaults to just two teams
    (red and gold). Example "Team 3". 

   *"Kill"
    Kills player and respawns in a different area should
    the character’s position become unplayable for any
    reason. Using this command subtracts one kill from
    your score. 

   *"Endlevel"
    Allows the Host to end the current level without
    aborting the the game. This is especially useful for
    computers serving over the Internet, allowing them to
    move the game to the next level without a break in
    connection. The Host must uncheck the Single Level
    Only check box when setting up a game so that the
    Multiplayer levels will loop.

   *"Ping"
    The In-game Ping command allows players to determine
    the quality of your Internet connection to other
    players from within the game. The ping command sends
    some data and times how long it takes to be sent back
    by the target computer. Ping times are expressed in
    terms of Milliseconds. A ping time lower than 500ms
    is optimal for Internet play (Note: The values returned
    by the in-game ping will generally be higher than the
    Protocol-level Ping command included with Windows 95.
    For more information on the MS-DOS Ping Command, see
    the section on Playing Jedi Knight over the Internet
    in the manual).   
	 
    Host and Client:
    To ping any other player, type "ping "
    from the Console where  is the name of the
    player in the game (Do not use the <> or quotes).

    Host:
    To ping all clients, type "ping x" from the Console,
    where x is anything other than a valid player name
    in that game.  You can use "x" if no players have that
    as a name.
 
    Client:
    To ping the host just type "ping" at the console and
    hit Enter. 

   *"Kick"
    Used only by the Host to eject a player from a
    multiplayer game. At the console, type "kick "
    where  is the name of a client’s player in
    the game (Do not use the <> or quotes).

3) Control Issues

a) Keyboard Issues

   *The "Slow" function mapped to the capslock key re-
    quires that you hold down the caps lock key.

   *The mouse Y Axis, or up and down, defaults to an air-
    plane control style control, with forward being down,
    back being up.
	
   *The Windows key can be mapped to functions in the Jedi
    Knight Keyboard config screen. If you map this key
    to a function in the game and use it in conjunction
    with other keys during normal gameplay, you may
    inadvertently activate Windows 95 shortcuts that can
    interrupt your game. It is recommended that you avoid
    using this key while playing Jedi Knight.

b) Mouse Issues

   *The Mouse Config screen lists all of the mouse axes
    buttons supported by Jedi Knight. Your mouse may not
    support all of the features listed.
	
   *If you have an Intellipoint mouse with the wheel, you
    may need to open up the Mouse Control Panel so that
    the Intellipoint Mouse icon appears on the tray be-
    fore playing Jedi Knight to make sure that the wheel
    functions as a 3rd mouse button and mouse axis in the
    game. 
	
c) Joystick Issues 

   *Joysticks: If you wish to use a a joystick to play
    Jedi Knight, you must enable the Joystick (Uncheck the
    "disable joystick" box in the Setup/Controls/Joystick
    menu. We recommend you leave the Joystick disabled
    if you are controling the game with the mouse or key-
    board.  

   *Configure Joysticks to Windows 95 controller ID 2 or
    below. Any higher and the game will not recognize the
    stick. Check this in the 'Game Controllers' Control
    Panel.

   *Uncontrolled Spinning can be corrected by calibrating
    your joystick from either inside the game (in the 
    Setup/Controls/Joystick/Configure menu), or from out-
    side the game, from your Game Controllers Control
    Panel. 

   *Controllers that use the 'Map directly to axis'
    feature: If you load one of the special controller
    configurations included with Jedi Knight, be aware
    the sensitivity settings for your controller may be
    set in the file to a value that was chosen to make it
    playable, but is beyond the range of the sensitivity
    slider. Therefore if you load a Preset configuration,
    then make changes to any axis, you may find that your
    controller sensitivity has increased to the point
    where the game is unplayable. To correct this, reload
    the configuration for your controller.  
    
   *Some special controller manufacturers may provide custom
    configuration files for use with Jedi Knight. You may
    wish to check with the manufacturer of your special
    control device to see if they provide custom config-
    uration files for Jedi Knight.  The files use the *.CTL
    extension and should be copied into the Controls folder
    wherever the game has been installed.
	
d) Preset Control Configurations:  
   We have provided some custom configurations for
   popular joysticks and special 3D controllers. You can
   load them by choosing Setup/Controls/Options/Load
   Configuration. You do not need to load one of these
   Configurations to use the most standard joystick
   features.

   *CH F-16 Combat Stick
    You must have the latest Windows 95 DirectInput Driver
    installed to use this. It will map the hat and up to
    eight buttons to commonly used controls in Jedi Knight.

   *CH Flightstick Pro
    This is the same as the default control setup.

   *CH Flightstick Pro optimized w/keyboard
    This control setup uses the stick for turning and
    pitch up/down and works well in combination with the
    W,A,S, and D keys for movement.

   *Gravis GamePad Pro
    Optimized setup for the Game Pad. Note that the Start
    and Select buttons do not function in Jedi Knight.

   *FP Gaming Assassin 3D w/joystick
    This configuration is for setups utilizing an 
    FP Gaming Assassin 3D controller and a standard
    4-button joystick with hat control. The Assassin's
    sensitivity settings are preset and should not be
    changed using the sensitivity slider. If you load
    this configuration and modify it, the sensitivity
    cannot be set to make the device work properly using
    the slider bar. You must reload the configuration to
    correct this. See above for more information.

   *Logitech Cyberman 2
    This configuration sets up the Logitech Cyberman 2 for
    optimum control with Jedi Knight.

   *Logitech Wingman Warrior
    This configuration sets up the Wingman Warrior with an
    optimum configuration that utilizes the Knob for spin-
    ning your character. The Wingman Warrior's sensitivity
    settings are preset and should not be changed using
    the sensitivity slider. If you load this config-
    uration and modify it the sensitivity, it cannot be set
    to make the Spinner work properly using the slider
    bar. You must reload the configuration to correct
    this. See above for more information.

   *MS SideWinder 3D Pro
    Optimized setup for the Sidewinder 3D Pro.

   *MS SideWinder Game Pad
    Optimized setup for the Game Pad. Note that the Start
    and M buttons do not function in Jedi Knight.

   *MS SideWinder Precision Pro or FF
    Optimized setup for the Precision Pro or Force Feed-
    back sticks. Not all buttons will function in Jedi Knight.	
	
   *Spacetec Spaceorb 360
    Optimum configuration for the Space Orb 360.

   *Thrustmaster FCS
    Same as default configuration.

   *Thrustmaster FCS optimized w/keyboard
    This control setup uses the stick for turning and
    pitch up/down and works well in combination with the
    W,A,S, and D keys for movement.
 	 
e) Sound Issues
	
   *We have found some computers unresponsive to the Music
    Slider in the Setup/Sound menu. In such cases, we
    found it impossible to turn the music off. If your
    computer does not respond to a change in music volume,
    set the Music Volume Slider to zero. Another option
    is to change the Windows volume by double clicking on
    the Volume icon in the Windows 95 Taskbar and adjusting
    the volume control.

4) Multiplayer Options
	
a) Number of Players supported

   *The number of players possible on a network game is
    very dependent upon your network provider, the speed
    of the connection, the speed of the computer serving
    the game, and the speed of the client computers
    joining the game. With a very fast connection and
    server, it is possible to exceed the supported numbers
    listed in the manual, but we cannot recommend or 
    support such connections. 

b) Network Provider information

   *TCP/IP
    If you lose connection to your ISP Jedi Knight will
    minimize to allow the connection dialog to appear on
    screen. At this point you should not attempt to con-
    nect to your provider and join the game, this will
    have a negative effect on the other players in the
    game. Instead you should select cancel. Jedi Knight
    will remain active on your taskbar but you are no
    longer connected to the game. The most efficient way
    to exit Jedi Knight at this point is to press CTRL-ALT
    -DEL, select Jedi Knight and click END TASK. If you
    prefer to maximize the game and exit through the
    game's escape menu, you should allow 3 minutes for
    DirectPlay to "Time Out".
    
c) Host Suggestions

   *A Host with a slow network connection or framerate
    can deteriorate gameplay for all clients. The fastest
    computer with the best possible connection is the best
    choice for a Host.

d) Team Play/Capture the Flag Play:
	
   *Capture the Flag Play is designed to be a two-team
    game. Multiplayer models are not used and extra teams
    (i.e.: blue or green) are not available in Capture
    the Flag levels.	

5) Manual Errata:

a) Force Power Surge Availability

   *Alignment of Multiplayer character, shown by the
    Morality Scale, directly effects your ability to pick
    up light or dark surges. Players aligned with the Dark
    Side of the Force can pick up dark surges only. Light 
    side aligned and neutral players can pick up light
    surges only.

b) The Joystick diagrams POV Hat is mislabelled

   *In the Controls section of the manual, the joystick
    diagrams incorrectly refer to the UP/Down positions of
    the hat switch as look Up and Down.  They should be
    reversed.	

c) Internet Gaming Zone Instructions

   *The Internet Gaming Zone instructions printed in the
    manual pertain to version 2 of the Zone software. Newer
    versions of the Software may install and operate
    differently. Refer to Help available at the Internet
    Gaming Zone website for updated instructions.  The web
    site is www.zone.com.

6) How to Contact LucasArts
	
LucasArts has set up a variety of services to provide
you with information about our latest games, hint and
gameplay assistance, and technical support. 

a) Hint Line   

U. S.
If you need a hint, you may call our automated Hint
Line.  This service costs 95 cents per minute, requires
a touch tone phone, and you must be at least 18 years
old or have your parents permission to call.  The
number is 1-900-740-JEDI (1-900-740-5334).  The	option
to speak with a live Hint Operator is also available
from this number.  The average call length is 3 min-
utes.      

Canada
Our Hint Line is also available to our Canadian cus-
tomers. This service costs $1.25 (U.S.) per minute, re-
quires a touch tone phone, and you must be at least 18
years old or have your parents’ permission to call. The
number is 1-900-677-JEDI (1-900-677-5334).  The Average
call length is three minutes.

b) Where To Find Us Online

   *Visit the LucasArts Web site at www.lucasarts.com. You
    can reach us through the Technical Support section of
    the LucasArts Web site. From there, you will have the
    option to receive online technical support through
    Yoda’s Help Desk, browse technical documents, or leave
    a message for an online representative.

   *Yoda’s Help Desk
    We are proud to feature Yoda's Help Desk, which is
    available in the Technical Support section of the
    LucasArts Web site at http://www.lucasarts.com. Yoda's
    Help Desk offers interactive solutions to technical
    issues based on information you provide. Visitors to
    Yoda's Help Desk will be able to receive technical
    support 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

   *Technical Support Phone Number
    This number is for technical assistance only. Hints
    will not be given out over the Technical Support line.

If you need technical assistance, please don't hesitate
to contact us after reading the Troubleshooting Guide
and the Readme file. For your convenience, if you
cannot get through to a representative by phone and
you have access to a fax machine or any of our online
areas, please consider contacting us through one of
these alternate means. 

When contacting us, please be sure to provide us with
as much information as possible. Make sure to note the
exact type of hardware that you are using in your
system, including: your sound card, CD-ROM drive,
amount of RAM present, speed and manufacturer of your
processor, and the specific type of modem that you are
using (for questions involving multiplayer gaming).
Also, make sure to include the title and version of
the game, and a detailed description of the problem. 

You can reach our Technical Support department by
calling 1-415-507-4545. We are available to help you
Monday-Thursday from 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and on Friday
from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time).  

   *Technical Support Fax
    For your convenience, we also offer the option of fax-
    ing us with your technical questions at: 1-415-507-
    0300.

    When sending us a fax, please include your name, return
    fax number with the area code, and a voice phone number
    so we can contact you if we experience any problems
    when trying to fax you back.

   *Technical Support Mailing Address
    LucasArts Entertainment Company
    P.O. Box 10307
    San Rafael, CA 94912
    Attn.: Product Support


   *LucasArts Company Store
    The Company Store offers the complete line of LucasArts
    games, hint books and logo gear. The toll free number
    is 1-888-LEC-GAMES (or 1-888-532-4263), and the fax
    number is 1-801-431-3682.
	
    You can also visit the LucasArts Company Store at our
    web site  (http://www.lucasarts.com).

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