Support for Brian Lara Cricket 2005
Q: Known issues.
A: Some mouse cursor inaccuracies in the Front End of the game at 1280x1024 and higher resolutions.
Q: How do you uninstall the game? There is no uninstall option on the Windows Start menu.
A: You can only uninstall the game from the control panel > add/remove programs option.
Q: There are no player models visible when using a GeForce MX card, how can this be solved?
A: The 6177 drivers for your card should solve this problem. They are available from here:
Q: The player names are all wrong - how come?
A: As detailed on the back of the box, the player names are correct in the ICC competitions - the ICC World Cup and ICC Champions Trophy. In the other game modes, due to licencing issues, the names are similar to the real names but not exact. However, you can change all of the names to their correct ones using the name editor, in the create/edit squad menu.
Q: The game crashes with a fault in cricket.exe. The graphics card used is an Nvidia GeForce 2MX or 4MX card, are these compatible?
A: You should make sure that you have the latest drivers for your graphics card from the nVidia website and, if the problem persists, try the following:
Q: Is it not possible to auto-generate an innings to save the user from having to bowl?
A: Unfortunately this is not a feature of the game - innings cannot be skipped.
Q: An Error code 8 is received, when trying to play the game [18.104.22.168;300D(mdrv reg) LE:8] what is this?
A: This is caused by programs running in the background taking up memory. You should disable all programs running in the background, before starting the game. Normally any background programs can be shut down by right clicking on their icon in the system tray.
Performing a system restart may also free up some memory.
If the problem persists, Can you try the following...
Brian Lara International Cricket 2005 requires a graphics card with 3D hardware acceleration and at least 64 MB of RAM. The drivers for your graphic card must support DirectX 9 or higher.
If you are experiencing sound abnormalities such as clicking and popping, you may need to turn off sound hardware acceleration. Go to Start, Control Panel, Sound, then find the sound/audio hardware acceleration setting and turn it off.
Occasionally, some users may experience poor audio quality when using an onboard nForce sound card in conjunction with certain graphics cards.Please update your nForce drivers and if the problem persists, switch over to the on-board graphics card.
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