Lali ho! I'm looking to enhance my netbook's gaming repertoire and I've always wanted to play the original Knights of the Old Republic. I've got myself a USB DVD drive so I now have the ability to go out and buy KOTOR if I can't find a decent download/no cd crack. However, I'm a total dunce when it comes to system specs. And having tried the 'Can You Run It?' website and learning that it no longer caters for the original game, only the sequel 'The Sith Lords', which I cannot run according to the site, I need help determining whether attempting to acquire the game would be a waste of my time or not. Simply put, can these specs handle the game or not? E-Machines N270 Intel Atom 1.6GHz (2 CPU's) 1GB RAM Windows XP DirectX 9.0c Not sure how to find info on my graphics card, but under 'Display Devices' on my Device Manager screen it says 'Mobile Intel 945 chipset'. Twice, for some reason. Will that be enough? The game's pretty old. So far I've been able to run Warcraft 3, Red Alert 2, etc. But when I tried to run a game called Tortuga, it would load but during the loading screen after selecting my mission it would crash and give me an error message. So...will KOTOR work? I've never played it but it looks like my sort of thing, and it's a Bioware game so it must by default be incredible. I've never encountered a bad Bioware game, they all rock. Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Diablo. They're all great. Sorry to be such a techno-newb but I really don't know how these machines work. I put the disk in the machine and pray for the best most of the time. Don't have the foggiest how they actually do anything.