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WHILE ATTEMPTING TO LOAD THE SOFTWARE I GET A MESSAGE THAT I DO NOT HAVE THE CORRECT VIDEO CARD AND THE LOADING IS STOPPED. PLEASE TELL ME WHAT I NEED TO UTILIZE THE SOFTWARE. tHE GAME IS THE LOST TREASURES OF ALEXANDRIA FO XP.

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It seems like your video card does not meet the minimum requirements for your game. The documentation that comes with your game should tell you what the minimum specification is in order to run the game successfully.

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