Does Baldur's Gate II install on an intel mac running 10.5.7?
My original BGII disc 1 is damaged. I don't want to replace it if I can't play anyhow. I'm also interested in IceWind Dale and Neverwinter Nights. Do any of these play on the intel macs?
If they do play, can you offer any advice on how to find a new disc to replace my faulty one?
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It sounds like a bad disc, if you have a few extra bucks that you are willing to spend ask around to see if you have a local store that offers a disc resurfacing service. Usually they wont cost you more than $5 and if it is only minor scratches, the disc will be good as new. If that doesn't fix your problem and this is the only game that freezing issues occur on it is likely you have a corrupt disc.
When working with Mac OS, you're required to use an administrator password to install just about anything. If you forget your password, or if you're using a hand-me-down computer and you don't know the previous owner's password, there is no workaround to bypass the admin password. Your only solution is to reset the password with the discs the computer came with. This project has two phases. Changing the admin password is the first step, but you must also follow through and change the keychain login as well. Instructions Things You'll NeedMac OS X install CDResetting the Administrator Password in OS X
1 Locate the Mac OS X install disc your computer came with. If you don't have it, you may be able to get another one from Apple by calling (800) SOS-APPL. (You will most likely have to buy another one.) Insert the disc into the optical drive. 2 Restart the computer while holding down the "C" key. A "Utilities" or "Installer" menu will appear, depending on which version of OS X you are running. Select "Reset Password." 3 Select "Macintosh HD" from the available volumes. On the drop-down menu, select the name of the original administrator account. Do not select "System Administrator." 4 Choose a new password and enter it in the two fields. Click "Save."
Resetting the Keychain Password in OS X
1 Go to the "Go" menu from the Finder. Select "Utilities" and scroll down to locate "Keychain Access." Double-click it. 2 Select "Keychain List" from the "Edit" menu. 3 Highlight the "login" keychain and delete it. The next time you log in to the account you can save your new password. Don't forget to backup your files before you change anything. Your files shouldn't be affected, but it's better to be safe than sorry. Thank you and Goodluck
I love that game dude, but it's old and sadly depending on the OS you have, it doesn't run. You're probably using Mac OS X, or even Mac OS X Snow Leopard and BG2SoA doesn't run on Mac unless you have bootcamp.
Civ II is a fairly old game. It seems that your PC runs Windows XP or earlier. It is likely that the site you read was correct, and your computer is too new to run it. However, you may be able to get another newer version of Civ for Mac, but check the system req's for any game you try to install. I don't know for sure if this is the case, but I hope this helps you somewhat.
dont know what crack is? : 1. insert disk.. 2. open my computer and find the drive where the disk is inserted, 3. right click on the selected drive and in it find the folder crack. 4. copy the image of the game inside the crack.. 5. and paste it to the original folder in your computer..
I manage to start the game on Mac OS X Leopard. I have burn the CDs (CD 2 - 3 - 4, because you need them to play) and than, to solve the problem of "ejects of the disk" I have also mounted the image dmg. Then to start the game I insert the CD 2 for example, then I mount the disk image dmg (the same that I have burn on the CD) e then I open a file .bif in the folder CD2/Data/ The computer open this file and start the game!
uninstall anything you dont need is a good start. If, when you have done this, it persists, then reinstall the game. If it still does it, check if all the system requirements match to the RECOMMENDED, NOT MINIMUM. Some games wont actually work on minimum. Plus, some games dont work on some operating systems.
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