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Well, I think I really made a big mistake on getting a game for my MacBook. I just bought Command & Conquer 2: Tiberium Wars and it said I can't play it. Is there any way to bypass that because I can run it, but it loads up on the title screen and says disk not found. Any help or suggestions?!
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Well, I think I really made a big mistake on getting a game for my MacBook. I just bought Command & Conquer 2: Tiberium Wars and it said I can't play it. Is there any way to bypass that because I can run it, but it loads up on the title screen and says disk not found. Any help or suggestions?!
Do you mean C&C 3?

If so, your unlikely to get it running on a Macbook, it's below the minimum spec for the game. It's the integrated graphics that struggle with this kind of demanding game.

Spec details here:
http://www.apple.com/downloads/macos...eriumwars.html

There are some update patches available that may solve your disk not found error but I suspect that even if you get past that your may not be able to play the game. Sorry.
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The bypass is called running Windows on your MacBook.
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i wish C&C3 ran well, it doesnt from what ive read.

that would hold me over till SC2 Alas, its PRO TIME

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