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#50659 25-Nov-2009 17:41
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Hi everyone, I need some help,


I have a white MacBook with an intel processor. I recently got given the 007 Nightfire game but I cant get it to load, it just keeps crashing when I try to open it. 


Is there some sort of update for this so i can get it going? If so what is a website I can go to, I can't find anything anywhere.


Thanks.

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stevenz
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  #278643 2-Dec-2009 09:28
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The game is known not to work properly on OS X 10.5 (Leopard). It's also a PPC game so would run under Rosetta PPC emulation.


Unfortunately they didn't release any updates for 10.5 support (the game was released in 2004 so not too surprising) or any Intel\universal binaries for it.





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