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I got a mac mini for Christmas and everything is going pretty smoothly. I have one problem however, Knights of the old Republic wont run on it. I can watch all of the bonus videos and stuff. But when I try to start a new game it freezes up and closes the program. I double checked my system specs versus its system reqs and I meet them all. I even tried running it on minimum settings. Is there something that I'm missing?
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What are the minimum specs listed and what are the specs of your Mini?

You might want to use Disk Utility and run a Permissions Repair as that may help you, if your Mini does meet the requirements

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