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==Running the game==
==Running the game==
Revision as of 02:05, 22 October 2017
Running the game
- Q: Can I run Honey Select in Windows XP?
A: No, Honey Select will only runs on Windows 7 and above due to the use of DirectX 11 graphics API.
- Q: Is Honey Select requires the game DVD image to be mounted in order to play?
A: No, Honey Select doesn't requires the game DVD image to be mounted while playing. This is related to the fact that it uses the Unity 3d engine instead of Illusion's own Yayoi engine.
- Q: Can I run Honey Select on the 64-bit Windows OS?
A: Yes, on the 64-bit version of Windows, you can run either the 32-bit version or 64-bit version of the game. However, running 64-bit version of the game is recommend if you have 64-bit version of Windows OS installed on your PC.
- Q: Will Honey Select ever run on Windows 10?
A: Yes, it can run on Windows 10, without any locale emulator at all. However, installing the game still requires the use locale emulator and since Applocale and HF Applocale are no longer work on Windows 10 as Microsoft had rewritten the locale/region system, users are advised to use either NTLEA or Locale Emulator for installing the game.
- Q: Is the game LAA (Large Address Aware) enabled?
A: Yes, it is. However, it is advised to run 64-bit version of the game if you have 64-bit version of Windows OS installed on your PC.
- Q: Can Honey Select run in 4K resolution?
A: Yes, but it would requires a monitor that supports such high resolution, and also gaming PC with higher specification (i.e. with at least Haswell-based Intel Core i7 CPU or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 CPU and the Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 or AMD Radeon R9 290X graphics cards or above).
- Q :Can not open output file
A: For the error "Can not open output file" when trying to extract the DLC and add-on data, make sure you do not extract the zipped files to their own folders. The long directory paths are causing the error. Simple solution is to use "Extract Here" to just extract the .exes or to change the folder names so that they are shorter.