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Hello,
I recently installed Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Well whenever I try to run this program, an icon just bounces on the tray, then it goes away. I had this same problem with the trial of Adobe Photoshop and never resolved it.

System Specs:
-Macbook 2.00 ghz
-2 GB Memory
-80 GB Internal HDD
-160 GB External HDD (where the game is located)

HELP IS APPRECIATED!
thanks!!!
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hello/????
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Go download the patch

The game was designed for PPC processors - this is a beta universal patch designed to help it work on the the Intel processors, however it is still not supported on Intel

and while you have double the minimum vram requirements, the integrated graphics is still going to be missing the 3d support provided by the minimum spec cards they're indicating

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nice post bobtomay
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