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I can't say if the XFX card would be easily found at a local PC store or not. Places like BestBuy, if they have that card would charge more than what is listed on the internet. Keep in mind PCI video cards are not in demand, so their price may infact go up. I did a google search for, XFX GeForce 6200 Video Card - 512MB DDR2. You can run a search you're self. http://www.nextag.com/xfx-geforce-6200/search-html?nxtg=279c0a24052b-016579128635F7F0
i would check that you have dissabled onboard graphics if any in the bios, uninstal the current driver and the old driver if you had a different card fitted previously to the one you mention as there may be a driver conflict.
restart the pc and when it looks for the driver for your graohics card, either make sure it searches your cd drive for the driver off the disc or install the driver from the disc first then restart the pc.
i have found that some boards don't like Nvidia graphics cards and play up when it comes to a particular graphical attempt.
You can try the game and card on lower settings, but that defeats the purpose of the card, and make sure you have the latest directx (9C i think) installed
You can try as i did some older graphic card drivers for your model as Nvidia now seem to make generic force drivers for all models.
I had luck with different drivers for a while, but ended up buying an ATI graphics card and as of yet after a year had no graphic problems.