Launched in 2008, Spore is a game that lets you create and control the development of a species through time. The gameplay of Spore is all real-time strategy with a series of role-playing elements. But Spore is not fully compatible with Windows 7, because the latter was released after Spore. Therefore, he meets a number of compatibility issues when you try to run Spore in Windows 7.
- Spore run on a high way. To do this, click the "Spore" icon on the Windows 7 desktop and select "Run as administrator". Click "Yes" in the "User Account Control" that appears. This method solves the problems of compatibility with most video games and other programs.
- Disable auditing Windows 7 (UAC) before running Spore. To do this, click "Start", click "Control Panel", click "User Accounts and protection" then click "User Accounts". Click the "Turn User Account Control (UAC) on or off. "Uncheck" Use User Account Control "and click" OK ". Restart your computer and then try to run Spore.
- Download and install DirectX (see Resources). Spore requires at least DirectX 9.0c to run efficiently, but Windows 7 already comes with built-in DirectX 10, however, a corrupted DLL DirectX prevent Spore from running.
- Download and install the latest video drivers for your video card (see Resources). Spore does not work on a system that is outdated or corrupt video drivers. But be sure to uninstall the current video drivers before installing a newer video driver. Windows Control Panel "Programs and Features" or "Add or Remove Programs" tool allows you to uninstall the video drivers.
- Uninstall and reinstall Spore. A corrupted file might be the reason he refuses to run Spore. Help with relocation of spores replace the corrupt game files and other directories. You can uninstall Spore to the Control Panel "Programs and Features" or "Add or Remove Programs" tool.