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Try right clicking on the program file that runs. Not in front of xp right now, but there is a setting to use compatibility mode. You can "trick" the program into thinking it is running under a different os.

I know this post is late, but post back if this doesn't help.
 

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Find the shortcut or program file.

Lego2 shortcut or whatever the program is called.

Use your right mouse button (or opposite if lefthanded, or opposite of whatever, you normally use, on the pointing device you might be using)

Click the properties. Click the compatibility tab. Choose "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and choose the right program listed for your program requirements.
(ie. Windows 95, MS-Dos, etc)
 

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I just searched for nearly an hour to see if there's a Windows XP patch for the game, but I couldn't locate one. I did discover that Electronic Arts is supporting this game, after I went in circles in Google and on the Lego website.
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Click Help at the top to get tech support if you need it.

idtent has your solution, I believe.
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Didn't work for me. I don't know whats wrong with it :4-dontkno I click the Icon then the screen turns Black for a second like its going to start up, then it just goes back to the desktop. Can anyone help?
 
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