This is what works for me (I don't have Lucid MVP installed) - You should be able to disable your AMD gpu via Device Manager. Verify that the Intel HD3000 is enabled first. If you have two cables use a VGA cable for the HD3000; then after disabling the AMD graphics you may need to use the monitor OSD to switch to VGA from whatever you have your AMD on.
Cross your fingers and hope that the game will run with the HD3000 (some older games don't recognise Integrated graphics as a viable option).
When you re-enable the AMD graphics it will normally switch back to DVI (etc) from the VGA automatically. Sometimes you will have to re-boot to get the AMD to run again, but this normally only happens if you shut down or re-boot while the AMD gpu is disabled.
AMD drivers do seem to miss supporting a few games. I have problems running a couple of older games from Techland that run well on my Nvidia machine.
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