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Last year I purchased the Sims 3 for windows and I recently wanted it back. The download I bought was only for windows and I did not want to pay another 20 pound to buy it again as I moved to a Mac. I downloaded a file and it said Sims 3 Mac/windows but it is an Iso file. I know on windows you can mount an iso to a drive but is there any chance of using an Iso file on a Mac or did I download the wrong one? I read about converting it to Dmg but is that all there is too it and what programs do I use?
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I am afraid we cannot discuss your problem on the forum if you have downloaded a pirated iso file, even if you have previously bought the windows version

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