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Empire total war closing down in bootcamp

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While playing the game it automatically shuts down and the windows action centre reports a problem. When I investigate the problem is not there. The only factor is that at the time of the shut down the computer reliability drops on the graph. How do I stop the game from shutting down? I have windows 7 on bootcamp, with my IMAC. Please help
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