That is not normal at all so our recommendation is making sure that the file license.xenc is in the same directory as the Setup files:
If you're running Sandy Bridge grab the latest Virtu off of Lucid's website.
lucidlogix with GPU Solution - Virtu
If you're running an Ivy Bridge CPU grab Virtu MVP off of Lucid's website.
lucidlogix with GPU Solution - Virtu MVP
Either way the drivers are newer than what is posted on Intel's website.
Stupid question.... Do you have the onboard GPU enabled in the BIOS?
What CPU do you have installed right now?
Also, have you ran the Intel Driver Update Utility to see if you need any driver updates?
Intel® Driver Update Utility - P.S. I can't get this to work in anything other than IE, FF and Chrome are a no-go.
I used the most update HD2500 driver from Intel (CPU: i5-3550). the onchip GPU is set "always enable" and I have tested both on-board graphic mode and discrete graphic mode.
May be it is a problem from unclean windows 7.
I updated this mother board from Intel DZ68DB + 2500k perilously that Virtu green already installed and work fine.
I have uninstalled the Virtu green before installing the new Virtu Universal/MVP after upgraded the system