Games aren't working
Whenever I try to open Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds it just says
"Could not initialize graphics system. Make sure that your video card
and driver are compatible with DirectDraw"
Okay, I got that fixed. But now there's a different problem. All the
graphics look like it's night time. Very messed up.
I'm running Windows Vista, 64 bit, in a laptop with an Intel X3100
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