Issues addressed by this update:
1) Assembly Table crash. In a case with assemble-able evidence, if you entered & left the Assembly Table before getting Valera to process the evidence, then processed the evidence & entered Table again, it would crash. To get past the crash required restarting the case from scratch.
2) Evidence Processor on Pano screens lockup. If you acquired a piece of evidence that contains another piece of component evidence (i.e. fingerprint on syringe, dna on floppy disk, oil on severed arm, etc), then go to a 360º Pano screen, double-click on the piece of evidence to open the Evidence Processor, then collect the component evidence from it, it would lock up.
Note: The above noted fixes are not applied to cases in progress. You must restart any case in progress after installing the update.
1. Installation Instructions
Double click the file csi_miami_v1.00_to_v1.01_us.exe to install this update.
2. Uninstallation Instructions: You may uninstall the game from the add/remove programs menu or from the uninstall icon added to the start menu by the installer. Reverting back to V1.00 is not supported.
3. General Problem Solving
a. A sound card is required to run the game, you must have one installed or you will not be able to launch CSI: Miami
b. Depending on the video card installed in your system the game may look and perform better in either Open GL or Direct X video modes. You can choose the video mode by pressing the Esc key while running the game.
c. If 360 degree panorama environments in the game appear blurry, objects are reversed or any other graphic glitches occur, switch your selected renderer from Open GL to DirectX or vice versa. Go to the Main Menu, select Options, and click on the box for the renderer you require.