18 Wheels of Steel, in general, is a truck driving simulator where the player has the chance to drive semi rigs across America. 18 Wheels of Steel - Haulin' is just one of these games. I do not intend on doing all the games of the 18 Wheels of Steel series because they're practically the same thing. I have mixed feeling with this game, generally in a positive manner with major flaws. What's cool about 18 WoS Haulin' is the opportunity to drive trucks from Freightliner, Peterbilt, International, Kenworth, and many other truck manufacturers. The trailers are what also makes this game fun because the different kinds of trailers and loads helps the player to keep being motivated in truck driving. The graphics are pretty decent and the cars almost like those seen in reality. Controls are straight forward, using a keyboard is pretty easy once you get used to the game's keyboard legend, but a steering wheel and pedals would be a more likely choice for a driving simulator like this. Also, y...
How did you get the side cameras please tell
and ur headlights
how do u turn on ur map
or perhaps you need an actual video card. On-board video memory wasn't generally meant for these kind of PC games.
finding the system information window on 7 is almost no different from finding it on XP. Click on the Windows (Start) Icon, go to "All Programs", click on the "Accessories" folder, then "System Tools", and in that folder should be the systems information app.
I have a Win7 and I can't find that
To find out your video memory because you said "think", go to "system information", which can be found in the accessories tab, (Windows XP, after clicking the Start button). In system information, click on the "components" tab and then "display".
I have DirectX 10
try this. update all of your video drivers and get the latest version of Direct X (the game wants Direct X 9).
i think 800 mb