NeuroShell 2 requires a Pentium (or equivalent) computer, 128MB of RAM, at least 30MB of hard disk space and Microsoft Windows® operating system version 2000, XP, or Vista. It's best if you install latest available updates to your Windows. Windows 95, 98, ME, NT are not supported.
NeuroShell 2 Installation
Install from download:
Just execute the install exe file from the Windows Explorer.
Install from CD:
To install NeuroShell 2, you must use the Setup program. NeuroShell 2 files are compressed; you use the Setup program to decompress and install the NeuroShell 2 files onto your hard disk.
To run the setup program, insert the NeuroShell 2 CD into your computer's CD drive and wait for about 10 seconds. If Auto Insert Notification is on for your CD-ROM drive, a pop-up help will appear on the screen. At the end of the file there is a button that starts the installation.
If nothing appears on the screen, start Add/Remove Programs dialogue from the Control Panel and press Install button. Windows will search for the setup program through all your floppy drives and CD drives and it will suggest you the setup program, SETUP.EXE, located in your CD drive. Click Finish to finish setup program search and to start installation of NeuroShell 2.
InstallShield Setup Wizard will guide you through the setup process. Please answer the questions stated by the setup program.
After the setup process is finished, Setup may suggest you to reboot your computer. It is strongly recommended you do so, otherwise you may have serious problems running NeuroShell 2. If Setup does not suggest to reboot, you may safely launch NeuroShell 2 program file without restarting Windows.
A note about help file format
NeuroShell 2 help files are in the HTML Help format which requires Microsoft Internet Explorer (3.0 or later) on your computer. Internet Explorer 4.0 or later is recommended. HTML help files work fine on newer versions of Windows (2000, XP, Vista). Older versions of Windows, such as Windows 95, may require installation of the HTML Help Update Package (hhupd.exe) in order to run HTML help files. This update package is available for download from Microsoft's web site.