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C: -> Users -> -> AppData ->
Roaming -> Sports Interactive -> Football Manager 2011 ->
Settings (Windows 7 / Vista) or C: -> Documents and Settings ->
-> Application Data -> Sports Interactive -> Football Manager
2011 -> Settings (XP)
You should locate the "Settings" folder - delete it. However make a copy of it, because I must warn you, that you could potentialy lose all your saved games. However, it should get rid of the XML parsing error.
Your template could not be parsed as it is not well-formed. Please make sure all XML elements are closed properly. XML error message: The element type "meta" must be terminated by the matching end-tag ".
Follow these steps and let you "XML ERROR CODE" problem dissolve.
1)Sign in your account 2)click on layout and then click edit HTML. 3)click switch/revert to classic mode.
AND then wait for the page to load and then paste ur template and save..& now you're done!
You could go into your Add/Remove programs and select the program for removal/repair. if it comes with the repair feature, you'll probably be taken throyugh a series of options, otherwise uninstalling it and reinstalling it all over again would be the last resort.
First, right click on the icon of football manager (on the desktop), then in the line "destination" (or something similar... I'm Italian XD) You have to add at the end of the line (after fm09) --reset_preferences
It should work. Just remember to delete this line after the first time.
If you have a shortcut on your desktop you can do the following:
Right-click on the FM shortcut.
Choose "Properties" from the pop-up menu.
In the "Target" field, add the --reset_preferences command line option after "fm.exe", so it should look like this:
"C:\Program Files\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2009\fm.exe" --reset_preferences
Press OK and then try to run the game as normal, using the shortcut.
You'll want to remove the command after you run the game, as otherwise
it will continue to reset your preferences every time you launch.
If you don't have a shortcut you can make one and then perform the instructions on the shortcut you've made.