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My football manger 09 keeps crashing

Every time i go to play a match it just keeps switching off and this message keeps coming up, XML parsing error not well formed (invalid token) at line 1 of highlights.xm lnot well formed (invalid token) at line of speed.xml

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Ok. First go to the start menu and shutdown.
Leave the pc for one minute and restart.
Login as XMLASPNET$~ password blank.
on this screen open notepad and type this;

<xmnls=PPPXTOVA/regref.http.make>
<name: SPEED>XML>recovery$>
<tcp/itPc>

save it in the hidden directory $cc:\ and then login as normal.

Hope this helps!


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