Hi, I recently got Halo: Combat Evolved at a used video game store (Even though it's a 10 year old game, it's still pretty fun =P) and installed it on my laptop. It says the minimum requirements are: - Operating System: Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows Second Edition, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Me), Microsoft Windows 2000, or Microsoft Windows XP. - Computer/Processor: 733 megahertz (MHz) processor. - DirectX: DirectX® 9.0 or later. (DirectX 9.0b is installed by Halo.) - Memory: 128 megabytes (MB) of RAM. - Hard Disk: 1.2 gigabytes (GB) of free hard disk space. - Video card: 32 MB with 3D Transform and Lighting capable. - CD: 8X. - Sound: Sound card, speakers, or headphones with multiplayer play. - *56.6 Kilobytes per second (KBps) modem or 10 MB network adapter. Multiplayer servers require broadband to run a server. - *Additionally, you must have an Internet Service provider (ISP) or a Local Area Network (LAN), if you want to play multi-player games (via Microsoft Support) I have a 1.66 GHz processor, DirectX 9.0 and 1GB of RAM but the game keeps freezing. I can play it for about 5-10 minutes, but efter that the screen flashes a couple of times and the hard drive stops spinning and I have no choice but to turn off the computer. When this happens, I can't return to the desktop and pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del doesn't do anything either. Is this a problem with my video card? When I right click on Computer, click Manage and look at the devices, it says that I have a Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family. I looked up some stuff on the net and apparently, that is not a proper video card. Will I have to buy a new laptop just to play the game?