I'm using a MacBook Pro running OSX. I have a copy of The Complete Sims, which is, of course, not complete. I ordered the Bon Voyage expansion pack and it won't let me install it because it says there is no software to install it into. Can you help me? I got an email saying that you can. Thank you.
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Try this instead of using your Leopard Disc.
Immediately after the "bong" press and hold down "Command + S".
Wait for blinking cursor and then type fsck -y (exactly like that).
If you receive an "Appears to be OK" then type reboot and hit the return key.
If you receive a "Disk has been modified" then repeat the fsck -y command until you get an "Appears to be OK" then type reboot and hit the return key.
This set of commands entered in "Single User Mode" will repair your disk. If this does not work remove the hard drive, plug it into another Mac and transfer your data to a different computer. Then install a new hard drive and reinstall Mac OS X.
hi, dragging sometimes work, but the best way is directly copy the games and paste it to the HDD. also find out if the games is for mac conpatible maybe this games is for window/pc. if this is for pc this will not work for you mac. Hope this info might help you.
it could be this mbox thing isnt compatible with intel chiped macs. did you check their website for minimum requirement and compatibility? any of your friends have the same laptop of yours and theirs is working?
did you google "macbook pro not working mbox 1" for forums that relate to you
When youre running windows XP on a Macbook, you should install the Bootcamptools from the original Mac OSX Leopard DVD. This installs all the components of your Macbook including graphics, Bluetooth and of course the iSight =)
You should only use Windows xp for running a program that is
not yet available from Apple. There shouldn't be much reason to link to
the net while in Windows. Also while in Windows you are wide open to any
viruses that exist. Try getting your work done without getting on the
net, then go back to your Apple format. There you are 99% free of
viruses. … Still need to link onto the net let me know I will ask at our
Apple Computer Club on Monday