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- Release Year: 2008
- Genre: Simulator
- Developer: Rolf-Dieter Klein
- Publisher: Astragon Software
- Interface language: Russian
- Voice Language: Russian
- Minimum System Requirements: CPU: Pentium/AMD 2 GHZ or faster; RAM: 512 MB; OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10; Video Card: NVIDIA 5800 256 MB VRAM, ATI X900 256 MB VRAM; Free Disk Space: 1 GB; DirectX
Ports of call 2008 Deluxe is a classic sea cargo transportation simulator. The game has more than 90 harbors, to which you can perform highly realistic cargo ship maneuvers. Replica maritime container ships offer a great variety in this comprehensive marine economic imitation. You have to become the owner of a small cargo ship, with which you will begin the hard way in the hard transport business.
HOW TO INSTALL
1. Download PortOfCall.iso.
2. Unzip and install UltraISO program. Open UltraISO program, click on Continue to Try button if this program is not registered.
5. Click on Mount to Virtual Drive icon (shown with red arrow). Select the image file PortOfCall.iso and click on Mount button. If you want to unmount image file from virtual drive click on Unmount button.
Go to My Computer ->CD Drive. Double-click on setup.exe to start installation. Click on Next button.
Click on Install button. Click on OK button twice.
Click on Close button. Start the simulator by double-clicking on shortcut.
If you are missing DLL file it means that you will need to install the latest DirectX version for your MS Windows OS. Here’s more on how each version of DirectX works across the Windows family. You can check which version of DirectX is installed on your computer through the DirectX Diagnostic Tool. Execute the dxdiag command from a command line interface, such as the Run dialog box (Windows Key + R) or Command Prompt. Open the System tab. Look for the DirectX Version: entry at the bottom of the list to see the DirectX version number.
DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer can be downloaded here.
- DirectX 12 is included with Windows 10 and is only supported in that version of Windows. Updates to DirectX 12 related files are only available through Windows Update. No standalone version of DirectX 12 is available.
- DirectX 11.4 & 11.3 are only supported in Windows 10. As with DirectX 12.0, updates are only provided through Windows Update.
- DirectX 11.2 is supported in Windows 10 and Windows 8 (8.1+) only. Any updates to DirectX 11.2 related files are made available in Windows Update in those versions of Windows. There is no standalone download available for DirectX 11.2.
- DirectX 11.1 is supported in Windows 10 and Windows 8. Windows 7 (SP1) is supported as well but only after installing the Platform Update for Windows 7.
- DirectX 11.0 is supported in Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7. Support for Windows Vista is available but only after a platform update. Get the 32-bit version here or the 64-bit one here.
- DirectX 10 is supported in Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista.
- DirectX 9 is supported in Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. If you have a program that calls for a DirectX 9 file in Windows 10 or Windows 8, installing the downloadable version (the process above) is the way to solve that problem—it will not “downgrade” your DirectX 10/11/12 install! This is also the latest version of DirectX that’s compatible with Windows XP.