From a purely technical standpoint:
Can you run it? Yes.
Can you run it in a playable state? Not likely.
For item one:
Outline for me where you are attempting to move items from and to. Example: C:\Users\Yourself\Documents\TheGame to C:\Games
For item two:
Check just to be sure that you have the folder in both locations with in the library. Right click on Documents on the right side, under libraries and choose properties. You will notice the two library locations, one being My Documents (C:\Users\%username%) and the second being the public documents. If you expand the document folder inside of the Libraries section you will see both folders. Mouse over Documents to display the semi transparent down arrow so you can see both folders contained in the Document Library.
My gut feeling says its simple procedural issue, not an an operating system flaw.
Most, if not all, newer low range laptops would be able to play both of those games without problems. Rome Total War is an older game, and while I know of a few onboard GPU's that could handle it, I would suggest a dedicated card instead. If you care if its new you can look at refurbished materials from places like Dell, HP, IBM and so on.
If you don't know what DHCP is I can assume you didn't configure this router, clearly itsa routing issue with what you have said here. Most Linksys routers should be able to connect right out of the box, at the very least you can open ports and forward them to the Xbox. I personally assigned the IP manually (Static IP)to my 360 and forward the ports required for Xbox live to it. The only real purpose of that for me is being able to host games.
You are making the same mistakes as me. You SHOULD die. You don't lose your level, you get to start a new game at that level. If you try to beat the game the first time through without dying you are going to make life very stressfull. Of course if you are up to the challenge more power to you.
I got a car and went to the parking garage to get a few levels before I really started in on the story. I am level 20ish or so and I can still have problems at night. Just remember that it's ok to die, repetition of the content lets you get used to it so you know what you need to do. The higher level you are the easier it becomes and ultimatly the more you see.
If you plan to use it as a media machine you want a larger drive, thats one area that the 360 falls flat on its face. No company should advertise media center type capabilities then offer almost nothing for space.
Anyone who is planning to seriously use a console in that capacity is going to get a drive much larger than 120GB's, let alone 20GB's.
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