That is an integrated graphics chip, it will not run the game, but as people above said if it is a laptop you will need a new laptop, if it is a desktop upgrade cos you want to, i know alot of people who upgraded for this game and didnt like it so have been kicking themselves.
Great Point !!
If it is a laptop and you decide to buy a new one look for Nvidia or ATI graphics card, however if you see an i5 processer, i dont know about i3 or i7, it gets more complecated because some of those support switchable graphics which means it will have 2 enabled graphics cards so you may need to ask about each indevidual model or research online
i3 = Core2Duo with hyperthreading. i5 Core2 without hyperthreading (some have it though). i7=quad core, and are considered the 'best' at this time, however, there are still cheap i7's within their category.
Not sure about the switchable graphics cards, but most are intergrated into the board when it comes to laptops. This is why laptops are normally not the way to go. If something breaks, then you have to pay to have the motherboard switched out, whereas on a desktop, ou just change the component.
I do know that since Vista, two competing graphics cards cannot run on the same system, that is, you cannot have ATI and NVIDA and Intergrated running at the same time. Windows updated their code to include that the same drivers have to run all the graphics cards, or else the intergrated ones must be disabled.
For example, on mine I have a GTX 480 running my primary display (NVIDIA CARD) and a 9600 GSO running secondary display(s). This works because NVIDIA drivers run all the cards, just for example.
BTW, a 9600 will limp with FFXIV.