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NFSMW Mod Loader and Ferrari 360 Spider Mod for Need For Speed Most Wanted

July 20, 2006


(version 1.0a)


You have just downloaded the world's first community created custom car modification for NFSMW. It is recommended that you read this readme file completely before proceeding.

In order to use this mod, you will require version 1.3 of NFSMW.
If you haven't patched your game at any time, you are still running version 1.2. You can download the 1.3 patch from: Run install.exe to install NFSMW Mod Loader and the Ferrari 360
Spider Mod. You can launch the game by using the "Need for
Speed™ Most Wanted (Mod Loader)" shortcut on your desktop or in your start menu under the regular NFSMW start menu folder. If you launch the game with the regular "Need for Speed™ Most
Wanted" shortcut, the Mod Loader will be disabled, and none of the installed mods will be loaded. None of the game-related files are replaced by installing this mod.

The Ferrari 360 Spider mod works by replacing an existing car in the game. The car which the mod replaces is the Mercedes SL65.
To select this car, navigate to the "Bonus Cars" screen and select it. If you do not have the Black Edition version, you may be required to finish certain portions of the game before the car will be unlocked. Alternatively, you can download a 100% complete save game to use the mod.

Windowed Mode

NFSMW Mod Loader uses a custom "d3d9.dll" file to perform its functions. If you are using Loque's Windowed Mode Mod, the d3d9.dll provided by Windowed Mod will be replaced by the one in NFSMW Mod Loader. To re-enable your Windowed Mode you can edit "modloader.ini" in your NFSMW directory and set Windowed to 1.

Online Mode

Online mode is disabled when running Mod Loader to prevent players using Mod Loader to "cheat" in online games by using custom cars.
Please run the regular non Mod Loader version of NFSMW to use
Online Mode.

Known Bugs

CAN'T FIX - Speed breaker mode may not have any engine sounds.

WON'T FIX (Minor) - The front headlights appear a little further away from their actual position. This was done to prevent a different bug.


- "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000005)"

If you get this error, it probabbly means that you are running Windows XP SP2 and have "Data Execution Prevention" enabled for all applications or enabled on the processor hardware level. You need to disable DEP for "speed.exe" in order to use this mod as certain code in the game needs to be dynamically modified for Mod Loader to work.

1. Right click on My Computer, choose Properties 2. Look for the "Advanced" tab and click on it 3. Find the "Settings" button in the "Performance" section 4. Select the "Data Execution Prevention" tab. 5. Ensure that the first option is selected. If you want the second option to be selected, you can try adding NFSMW's speed.exe to the exception list. 6. Click on OK. Some Comments

Although an attempt was made for 100% accuracy, this mod may not correctly depict a Ferrari 360 Spider. This is a result of months of work in reverse engineering various components of the game, and thus, we do not have the ability to fine tune every aspect of the car unlike its developers.

The Ferrari 360 Spider 3D model and textures were obtained from
NFS Hot Pursuit 2. No permission was obtain under an assumed understanding that this modification will only help promote another EA game. Some modifications were made to the model to import it into Most Wanted.

A special thanks to the Software Engineers at Electronic Arts
Black Box for a wonderful game engine.

Programs Used

The free ones: ZModeler 1.07 - BinTex 0.5 - MWTimer - OllyDbg -

The commercial ones: IDA Pro - 010 Editor - Visual Studio .NET 2003 (C++ / C#)

And a few currently unreleased custom programs named mwgc, mwtc,
RGeom and VLTEdit.

The Credits

Mod Loader Programming/Reverse Engineering: Arushan

VLT Database Research: Arushan GodGell

Ferrari 360 Spider Specs Research: A very special thanks to GioDeR for providing invaluable performance data on the Ferrari 360.

Put their PC on the line for Testing: Icekid84 Linkin MSFT Mike343 Rally Master Sinister

Moral Support: RikkuFX

The Nosy Bastards: Kon mecha =

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