Index: Where can I find the manual? What are the Minimum System Requirements? How do i skip the opening video? Where can i find the newest graphics drivers and DirectX? "Please provide a Dxdiag." What does this mean, how do i do that? Where can i see what version i'm running, what patch do i have? I am playing using DirectX 9. Why can't I run with Anti-Aliasing? Mods are downloaded from the in-game mod hub, but won't install. I have Civ5 on a DVD, but it still wants to download! I am running Windows Vista and i have set everything to high including anti-aliasing and my game still looks ugly! My graphics are partially gray! I am running Windows 7 and the button for DirectX 11 is messed up, i can't start with DirectX 11 My text is completely messed up, what can i do? I can't take any screenshots, everything is black! How can i install Civilizatin 5 at a different place? I don't want to have it on C:! Steam: "This game is currently not available", how do i fix that? I have problems with d3d11.dll on DirectX10/11, what could that be? I can't load any mods! How do i get around this? Modbuddy refuses to launch, what can i do? Civ5 suddenly doesn't want to start anymore / The save button is greyed out, what can i do? I can't start the game, but i heard that enabling windowed mode could help. How do i do that? As soon as I select the DirectX version, the game crashes. My game crashes when i meet a certain leader! What can i do? My "Hall Of Fame" is empty. What can i do? Q.) Where can I find the manual? A.) The manual is available for download as a .PDF from the Civilization 5 website: >> Click to download HERE. English Version French Version German Version Italian Version Spanish Version Q.) What are the Minimum System Requirements? A.) You can get them from this thread (2K games) or the Civfanatics thread in this very forum, here. You can also try the Can You Run It? website, which supports Civ5. This downloads a small applet that analyzes your specific system, so make sure you allow it. I had problems getting it to work with firefox, but worked fine on Internet Explorer. Also what the site says is not always accurate, so if you are not sure, please ask in the above mentioned thread.