First of all, let me say that I am attempting to get Lego Star Wars running on my PC. I'm using the demo version of the game to see if I could get it running before getting the full game. I haven't got a card that supports pixel shader, which means that normally I would not be able to even boot the game up at all. However, I found a trick that people have found to get the game running WITHOUT pixel shader. Using a program called 3D Analyze, it is apparently possible to force the game to run on an older graphics card. The game would run, but it wouldn't have any shading effects requiring pixel shader. Full directions on doing this are found here: http://www.reabo.co.uk/_tutorials/legostarwarsproblem.aspx Apparently this technique has a high rate of success, but I'm having problems. I am able to force the game to get past the "pixel shader required" message and appear like it boots. Unfortunately, the game appears to crash before any game company logos or anything appears, dumping me back onto my desktop. I've no clue what to do. I can't upgrade my graphics card as I'm using a laptop, and can't get a new PC because I'm broke. My system specs match the game's requirements exactly except for the pixel shader requirement. Any suggestions would be welcome. I am running the demo version of Lego Star Wars if that makes any difference.