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minimum requirement

minimum requirement

minimum requirement

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I want to develop a program: (A quiz that contains flash, sounds and a little videos) that going to deliver on a CD-ROM the minimum requirements are below :
1. at least 486 processor
2. resolution 256 colors
3. win 95 & 98 / windows NT 4
4. 8 Mb RAM
5. 5 Mb free hardisk

What are the steps to do it and make sure it runs on machines with the minimum requirements

RE: minimum requirement

Don't you need a CD-ROM drive?

RE: minimum requirement

That rams gonna be your worst enemy. If you can already run a flash player on it then you should be able to make a programm that will work. I dont think video is gonna be an option though and oh yea,  you'll need a cd rom. LOL

Todd

RE: minimum requirement

Hi
for a presentation consisting of 3d animations, flash movies and text labels, what should be the minimum congiguration

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