This patch file is zipped ( Agatha Christie - Evil Under the Sun Patch.zip ), download it to a folder you create using Windows Explorer. Next unzip this file (extract it) to get an execute file ( Agatha Christie - Evil Under the Sun Patch.exe ). Extract it into the same folder you downloaded the zipped patch file into. This patch file ( Agatha Christie - Evil Under the Sun Patch.exe ) when double clicked will automatically find the game folder and update the files in the game.
If you need help with creating folders, etc, then read below.
About 3 years ago I bought a copy of "Windows XP All-In-One Desk Reference for Dummies" since I was at that time fairly new to Windows XP. I bought it to see where Windows 98 and XP differ so I could give more assistance to folks like yourself, since the lessons that we developed were based on or from Windows 98. However the usage of Windows Explorer is very similar in both Windows Xp and Windows 98 and even if you were using Windows 98, my screenshots could look different from yours, so you will need to modify the appearance of your Windows Explorer as indicated below.
Thus, before you try these lessons, you need to make a few changes in the way Windows Explorer in XP looks (that is, its appearance) so it will more closely resemble my screenshots. You access Windows Explorer by clicking on Start, All Programs, Accessories, Windows Explorer. The changes you need to make are as follows:
1. Rather than have all the folders and files use icons, choose list under View.
2. Next you want to see the file names complete with their extensions. The file extension is the 3 or 4 letters and/or numbers after a decimal point that tells the computer what program this file is associated with. You also need to know what extension is associated with each program (like for example, .doc is a Word document), what extension does a particular game use for its saved games (like .006 or maybe .s08), what music file it is (like maybe .mp3 or .wmv), and what kind of graphic file (for example .jpg or .bmp). To be able to see all of this, you need to click on Tools, then Folder Options, then the View tab. Then uncheck the box marked Hide Extensions for Known File Types, then click on Apply to All Folders at the top of the box, then Yes, then click OK.
Your setup should look a lot more like my lessons now. See if this helps.
Here are our four lessons: These are important for you to learn.
How to Download, Store, Move & Unzip Stuff (files) from Email or the Internet (Like Saved Games, Patches, Walkthroughs or MP3s)