I bought RACE today as the price had gone down in the sales. Before buying it, I looked at the back of the case to check out what PC specifications it needed to run. Everything met minimum requirements except for memory of the graphics card. It required a minimum of 128mb (reccomended 256mb) and mine only has 64mb. I expected it to be risky but bought the game anyway. I decided to have a shot at installing it when I got home so it was about 1 hour ago. Before installation of the game itself, it installed a new version of DirectX (I already had version 9 so I think it may have just overwrote the files, not too sure) and a thing called "Steam". This was apparently something I needed to play the game. When Steam was finished installing, it proceeded with installing the game. When that was done, I clicked the desktop icon to play and I needed to configure my video setup (which I did to match that of our PC). When I was ready to play, and the game was attempting to load up, a prompt appeared in a box saying: "Please submit the file 'minidump\race_steam_188.8.131.52-20070102-192926-3380-3384.dmp' along with a description of what you think could have caused the crash to a developer near you." So, is there any way around this problem? I am guessing that this may be to do with the fact that my graphics card is too low on memory but there is a possibility other people have suffered with this so I didn't want to jump to conclusions just yet. Any help would be deeply appreciated and if you need any more information let me know. PS: Happy new Year to everyone at the forums.