Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
Here is what I would do:
Make sure the computer meets the minimum requirements:
OS: Windows 2000 or better, Processor: PIII 1 GHz, RAM: 256 MB, Hard drive: 500 MB free space, Video Card: 32 MB, Sound: DirectX 9 compatible sound card, CD-ROM (not required if downloaded)
(For best results: 1GB of RAM, 50% free hard drive space and 128MB dedicated video card.)
Install all Window Updates
Update video card driver
Update sound card driver
Install a dedicated video card (AGP or PCI-E) or upgrade the one you have. FYI: A dedicated video card is essential to a gaming computer.
Worst case is that you can't play the game until you get a newer computer. Keep your Steam account password and the files you downloaded to install Lego SW in a safe place so you can install it again in the future.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2010
Here is a link about your problem.There is a free download which I will also provide a link to,however the first link recommends being wary of 3rd party downloads.I sometimes do it though but if you do,you should at least have a very good antivirus system which is capable of removing threats and not just quarantining them.It also appears that some video cards do not support pixel shader and you may need to buy one.The last link is from shareware.I have not downloaded from them in years and do not remember if it was full of pop-ups and such.You may want to google shareware. Good luck! Greg
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
You may be able to run it after a little change with directX. You will have to do something called "reference rasteriser"
In order to explain this you just need to let me know what version of directX you have.
Even with doing this it will not run well at all. If you are using a desktop you can get a graphics card with 1.1 shaders for really really cheap now (we are talking maybe $10-$50 on ebay) so that may be worth it.
Let me know if you need help finding your directX version or if you want to go the graphics card route.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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