Probably – but how patient are you?
Kodu is a great tool but it is pretty intensive, and really does need a dedicated graphics card.
How do you know if you have dedicated or on-board graphics?
This is fairly easy on Windows XP.
I’m using an old Windows XP PC to write this blog post.
Before you carry out the next task, save any open files and close any running applications.
Click on start, then select ‘Run’ then type dxdiag and press the enter key.
Select ‘No’ to the “Would you like…”
At the first screen -
Select the display tab
If the screen shows the word integrated alongside DAC type then you have onboard graphics. Kodu may run okay, be prepared for it to be slow – especially on older PCs like mine.