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This is from the EULA agreement for POGO. This may be your issue.
Technical Protection Measures. For software purchased from pogo.com, each computer must be authorized before you can play the purchased game. Authorization occurs after authentication and license validation by iWin. The first end user of this License may authorize up to three machines on which s/he may play the offline features of this game at any one time. Go to for instructions regarding how to activate your game on more than one machine. When you install the Software on a machine, the machine is automatically authorized (provided you have authorizations available). You may contact iWin's Customer Support at for additional authorizations.
If your machine has not been authorized, you may be having issues, or Pogo may be seeing your new machine as a fourth one. You should be able to get Pogo to remedy this by contacting them and letting them know your situation. They can enable your machine and give you the tech support you need to get back up and running on your new rig.
if you can uninstall the programme and re-install...if this works fine.if it does it again the fault is probably the programme.also update java(free update).also try compatability.right click on programme shortcut.select run in compatibility mode..good luck...
Depending on the speed that your computer is downloading the software: example: (100mbps) and the download is 1GB; than it can be a time consuming process. Look at the rate that the software is being downloaded. You can also (right) clicking in the Taskbar to bring up the "Task Manager." Click on Networking, and you can check the "Networking" link speed, Wi-Fi or (WiredLAN). "I hope this help Fix it!"
Some "free" games can cause major problems. Read the fine print can put allot of necessary programs on your computer spy ware, virus, tracking programs, and programs there are not made for your operating system, and freezes up your computer. To answer your question hit ALT-CTRL-DELETE for Windows Task Manager to stop Applications.
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You might have several issues going on, first make sure that your saving the file to the proper location. Second make sure when your running the program you have Direct X installed, third make sure your system isnt trying to run something not designed for Vista and fourth right click on your hard drive icon and scan it for errors. Could be that your system has a glitch, your video card isn't supported or your drivers are not installed properly.