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Alright, I'll try to explain this clearly.

I'm using 10.4.11 on an iMac at home. The game in question is Worldwide Soccer Manager 2008. WWSM 2007 had no issues on this same machine. When it loads I get a white screen, and all I can read is "Load Last Game". Any idea what the issue is and how it can be remedied?
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