#1
Before anyone ask it is a company laptop and yes I know windows XP is not supported. My question is will Rocksmith 14 work with windows xp intel i5 cpu 2.40ghz with 3gig of ram?
#2
according to the Rocksmith FAQ, probably not.

You might get lucky since it's using DirectX 9 which I believe XP has drivers for. The CPU is little under the min specs.

On top of that, I'm sure the RealTone cable has it's own drivers. I would guess that there are none for XP. And it's a total crap shoot if the drivers they do have will even work on XP.

Also, it's possible Ubisoft may have coded the installer to not install on a XP machine. I have encountered this in the past. And there could be issues with the DRM software Ubisoft has for the game with XP. From what I read, the game wants to connect to Uplay every time you play, even when you're not participating in the sixty day challenge.

If it was me, and your situation, I would buy the game from a store that will allow me to return it. I would not buy it digitally.
#3
Depends but I think your right lovekeiiy DX9 is supported on XP... I think
In any-case the CPU probably won't be as big a deal RAM would likely be a bigger bottle neck if anything for it to run.
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#4
UG is not your tech support forum. If you have questions then ask with their support system. This is so far off-topic it's *reported*.
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