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When installing games it wont open games says my graphics drive is unreadable. Its windows xp 64 bit and has an original graphics drive from the intel corp. Is there a way to fix this issue?

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Hi, we need more specs of the system youre using; anyway a intel integrated gpu will not be useful to play today games.
youll need a gfx card (even a geforce 8800 or a amd hd4700) with min. 1gb of vram to play.
you can find second hand cheap on proper sistes.
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http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/get/system-requirements.aspx

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This solution is not for the XBOX version of the game, this is only for the PC version of the game Bard's Tale.

You can still try to make the game compatible for installing it on the Windows XP 64 bit by following the steps below.

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2. Open "Computer", Right Click the Cd Drive which has the game disk in it and select "Copy".

3. Go to your "Desktop" right click and then select "New" and click on "Folder" this should create a new folder on your desktop.

4. Open the New Folder and then Right Click and select "Paste".

6. After all the files are copied to the "New Folder" without any error messages then locate the file "Setup.exe" or "Setup" and right click and click on "Properties".

7. In the new window click on the "Compatibility" tab and run the program in compatibility mode for "Windows XP" and then click on "Apply".

8. After applying changes double click on "Setup.exe" or "Setup" to launch the installation.

You can delete all the files copied from the CD after completing the installation

The game files need to be copied to the hard drive because the files on the game disk would not let you make changes while on the disk.

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Again, this solution is not for the XBOX version of the game.

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as nearly as i can tell, Intel ended active support of that series of graphics cards, and never released a 64-bit version.

Intel lists the drives they DO offer for that line here:

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