Question about Eidos Interactive LEGO: Star Wars The Video Game
Although the game wasn't designed to run on Vista, it still can! Here are some instructions to help you. This might help very well.
1. Install LEGO Star Wars.
2. When it's installed, right click on the LEGO Star Wars icon.
3. Click Properties.
4. Click the Compatibility tab.
5. Tick the box saying Run this program in compatibility mode for...
6. Click the drop-down menu under the sentence and click Windows XP (Service Pack 2)
7. Click Apply then OK.
8. Right click on the LEGO Star Wars icon again and click Run as an administrator.
NOTE: If you are using a Standard User Account, then you will need an administrator's password to play. After the password has been put in, the game should start after a few seconds.
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