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The Sims 2 on Macbook Pro 13"

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Hi all,

I apologise if you've been asked time and time again but I seriously cannot find any answers.

Basically, my friend's old macbook can't run the Sims 2 and expansion packs so she has given them to me. I installed the Sims 2 and Sims Pets no problem, but the others won't install. It says on Aspyr that I don't meet the minimum requirements to play - that I need a faster processor.

I've got a new Macbook Pro, and I thought that playing the Sims would be a breeze. Haven't got much on it either, so fine in terms of memory etc.

I have heard that you can't install the games more than 3 times too, can anyone clarify? As this would make sense as my friend has deleted/installed them all twice already.

If anyone has any answers that would be great.

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