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Installing Games for Macbook pro.


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Hi,

Im new to to Mac's and have just purchased a MacBook Pro. I purchased a game for my macbook called "Football Manager 2010". I have installed it and when I open the game a message comes up saying,

"Football Manager 2010 v 10.0.0 f 80362 quit unexpectedly".

"Click Reopen to open the application again. Click report to see more detailed information and send a report to apple".

The options i can select are Ignore, Report... and Reopen.

Now I have tried to reopen and the same thing happens and have pressed ignore and nothing happens.

I have tried re-installing the game and also restarting my mac after installation and neither of these works.

I hope im doing something stupid and there is a simple explanation to this

Any help is much appreciated.

Tomsimo
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Have you checked the support site for the game or contacted that company?

You can also try repairing permissions on your Mac using Disk Utility or reinstalling the game.

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Iv sorted it now, thanks for your reply though.
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