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NOLF 2 A Taste of Ohio Teaser Build
Monolith, Sierra, & Fox
Also known as:
No One Lives Forever 2, No One Lives Forever II: A Spy in HARM's Way
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Description: NOLF 2 A Taste of Ohio Teaser Build

Get a taste of No One Lives Forever 2 by playing through one of the levels in this upcoming sequel to the fan favorite first person shooter.

No One Lives Forever 2 - A Spy In H.A.R.M.s Way
English (North America) Ohio Teaser Version
Readme File
August 18, 2002
*To read this file, select Format/Word Wrap from the menu above

SPECIAL NOTE: In order to keep the download size reasonable, all music has
been omitted from the Ohio Teaser version.





Tornado Trouble!

Cate has come to Akron, Ohio, in search of clues relating to Project: Omega, an enigmatic Soviet plot that threatens to bring about World War III.

When her mission takes a sudden turn for the unexpected, she finds herself in a trailer park with ninja assassins all around and a tornado closing in.

Her only hope of escape is to defeat the ninjas and their mysterious leader, Isako, before she ends up somewhere over the rainbow or six feet underground.

In order to install and play No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy In H.A.R.M.s Way, your system must meet or exceed the following minimum system requirements:

500 MHz Pentium® III or equivalent
US version of Windows® 98 / 98SE / ME / 2000 (with latest service pack)/ XP
128 MB RAM (256MB for Windows XP)
32MB Direct3D compatible video card with Hardware T&L, 32-bit color support,
and DirectX 8.1 compatible driver
DirectSound® compatible 16-bit sound card with DirectX 8.1 compatible driver
Windows® compatible keyboard and Mouse
DirectX® 8.1 (not included) or higher
140MB free Hard Drive Space for installation + additional hard drive space for a Windows swap file and saved game files.
100% Windows 98 compatible computer system (including compatible
32-bit drivers for CD-ROM, video card, sound card and input devices)

In order to play the game at the recommended resolution, detail and performance levels, your computer should meet or exceed the following specifications:

1Ghz MHz Pentium® 4 or equivalent
US version of Windows® 98 / 98SE / ME / 2000 (with latest service pack)/ XP
64MB Direct3D compatible video card with Hardware T&L, 32-bit color support, and DirectX 8.1 compatible driver
DirectSound® compatible 16-bit sound card with DirectX 8.1 compatible driver
that supports 32 hardware 3D voices & EAX 2.0
Windows® compatible keyboard and Mouse
DirectX® 8.1 (not included) or higher
140MB free Hard Drive Space for installation + additional hard drive space for a Windows swap file and saved game files.
100% Windows 95/98 compatible computer system (including compatible
32-bit drivers for CD-ROM, video card, sound card and input devices)

NOTE: Before playing, you must install DirectX version 8.1 or higher. You can download Directx from Microsoft's website.

Once DirectX 8.1 is installed, double click the Nolf2.exe icon in the folder where you extracted the installation files. Within a few seconds, the launch window should appear. Once the launcher appears on the screen, you’ll be presented with the following options:

Install: This option will launch the InstallShield setup utility. Setup consists of a series of screens, each containing choices that you must make regarding your installation preferences. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete
installation. Once installation is complete, this option will be replaced by the "Play" option.

Display: This option only becomes available once installation is complete and will allow you to choose from a list of available display resolutions prior to running the game. Note that this will also occur automatically the first time the game is launched.

Options: This section contains options that can be used to turn various game features on and off and is only made available after installation is completed. These options should only be used if you encounter problems when running the game and should not be changed if everything is functioning normally.

Uninstall: This option becomes available only after the game has been installed. It allows you to easily remove the game files from your hard drive. Please note that certain installation files may become shared by other programs, so you may be prompted for confirmation before some of these files are removed. Also, your saved game folders will remain in case you want to reinstall at a later date.

Quit: Closes the Launcher application.

Play: Once installation is complete, the Install option will no longer appear, and the Play option will appear instead. Click on this to launch the game. The first time you launch, you will be prompted to choose a performance setting that fits your particular system configuration. Read the descriptions of each setting and choose the one that is the closest match for your hardware. Please note that choosing a setting higher than your system can support will likely result in unsatisfactory performance.


Unmappable Controls:


Movement Controls:

Forward W
Backward A
Step Left S
Step Right D
Turn Left Left Arrow
Turn Right Right Arrow
Sidestep (strafe) Left Alt
Sneak Left Shift
Jump Spacebar
Crouch C
Turn Around Backspace
Lean Left Q
Lean Right E
Toggle Sneak Caps Lock
Toggle Crouch Left Ctrl


Fire Left Mouse Button
Action Enter, Right Mouse Button
Reload R
Change Ammo F
Next Weapon [, Mouse Wheel Up
Previous Weapon ], Mouse Wheel Down
Holster Weapon H
Last Weapon X
Move Body G
Keychain Light L


Look Up Up Arrow
Look Down Down Arrow
Center View End
Zoom Z


Equipment M
Inventory N
Intelligence I
Player Status P
Mission Status Tab
Compass ‘
Radio V
Talk T



No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy In H.A.R.M.s Way is designed to function with Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP-compatible graphics and sound cards. Drivers for these devices are provided by Windows itself or the respective card manufacturers and may occasionally result in compatibility problems beyond our control.

No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy In H.A.R.M.s Way does not support the Windows® 95 operating system since the application requires proper installation and functionality of DirectX 8.1 or higher. Microsoft does not provide or support DirectX 8.1 for Windows 95.

If you experience any problems, it is always recommended that you obtain the latest drivers for your hardware. Driver updates resolve the overwhelming majority of compatibility issues. Most hardware vendors make their drivers available on their web site. If you are unsure of a web site URL for a particular hardware vendor, you may want to try accessing one of the popular Windows software update sites such as Additionally, a brief list of the chipset and board manufacturer web sites appears below for your reference.


Nvidia Detonator Drivers (Win98,ME,2000,XP): v30.82
ATI Radeon (Win XP): v6.13.10.6118
ATI Redeon (Win 2000) v5.13.01.6118
ATI Radeon (Win98/ME) v4.13.01.9050
Matrox Parhelia 512 (Win2000/XP): v1.00.04.231


Turtle beach



Make sure that all appications that are running in the background such as Virus scanners,Desktop Utilites (menus), Media Players, and chat programs are disabled before running No One Lives Forever 2.


-Windows 2000 users please download the latest service pack (Service Pack 3) before you play No One Lives Forever 2.

-Striking the Shift key five times may cause the 'Stick Key' feature to become enabled in Windows 2000. If this happens, a computer will task switch to a desktop dialogue box with options related to the feature, including one to disable it entirely.


After quitting the application, users of these operating systems may not be able to restart nolf2.exe. This will be fixed for the final game. In the meantime, you may be able to get around the problem by pressing ctrl-alt-delete and manually shutting down "lithtech.exe". If "lithtech.exe" does not appear in the list, you'll need to reboot to play again. On some systems, upgrading to the latest critical and recommended updates through Windows update will fix the problem.


ATI Radeon 7200: Textures on very thin polies (such as power lines) may appear to be broken into small pieces.

ATI Radeon 8500:

- When the hardware cursor option is enabled, the mouse cursor may appear black and white or appear corrupted. Also, the position of the cursor may be slightly off after changing performance options.

- Some detail brushes such as the shutters on windows may dissapear when viewed from a distance.

Matrox Parhelia: Some very early versions of this card may exhibit missing textures on some surfaces when weapons are fired or the keychain flashlight is used.

Nvidia Geforce I,II,III,IV: Running the game with outdated drivers (prior to 21.83) may result in crashes during gameplay. It is highly recommended that you first update to the latest detonator drivers available (currently v30.82) before playing.


Sound Blaster Live! Series: If your experiencing missing sound effects and speech, it's due to the outdated driver series (v.4.xx). It's highly recommended that you update to the latest series of drivers (v.5.xx) to correct this issue. To verify the driver version, click on the "Run" option in Windows and type in the folling "dxdiag" (without the quotes) and press enter. This will initiate DirectX Diagnostic Tool Menu. Within the menu select the "Sound" tab and on the right hand side is the drivers column. This column will provide the sound driver info as to what version is currently installed within the O.S.

Sound Blaster Audigy: Weapon fire and AI voices may stop playing during heavy firefights. The next driver revision for the audigy (not yet available at the time of release) should fix this issue. Also, EAX sound filtering effects on some weapon sounds may not reset correctly after climbing out of water or other areas.

Hercules Game Theater XP: The volume of certain sound effects may seem unnecessarily loud.

Diamond Monster Sound I&II: Music throughout the game may be muffled when using these cards.

NVidia Nforce Audio: All aspects of game audio suffer from high-pitched static and popping noises. Driver updates to solve this issue are currently in the works at Nvidia.

Turtle Beach Santa Cruz: If sounds seem missing or the volume of certain sounds changes erratically throughout the game, please install the latest driver (currently v.4161) from the manufacturer's web site. This should correct the problem.

Aureal Vortex I&II: The last available drivers for these cards with Vortex chipsets are not fully Direct 8.1 compatible. Therefore, these cards cannot be supported in Nolf2. Users of these cards may experience muffled background music, and missing or muffled sound and dialogue.


We're looking into issues with the Logitech Cordless Mouseman Optical mouse where the mouse will cease to function on some machines once NOLF 2 is initiated.

VII. NOLF2 Sites


For more information on No One Lives Forever and additional options for
technical support, and the latest updates please visit the following web

The Official Site
FOX Interactive
Monolith Productions
Community Fan Site:

© 2002 Monolith Productions, Inc. All rights reserved.

© 2002 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. No One Lives Forever is a trademark
of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

Cate Archer and A Spy in H.A.R.M.'s Way are trademarks of Monolith Productions.

This product contains the LithTech(TM) Jupiter System licensed from LithTech, Inc.
LithTech Jupiter System (C)1997-2002 LithTech, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Sierra is a trademark of Sierra On-Line, Inc.
Copyright (2002 Sierra On-Line, Inc.)

Windows® is a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.

The ratings icon is a trademark of the Interactive Digital Software Association.

NVIDIA, the NVIDIA logo, NVIDIA The Way It's Meant to be Played and other
NVIDIA Marks are trademarks of NVIDIA corporation in the United States and
other countries.

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