Another one i was looking at —
Upgraded 2011 13.3" Macbook Pro
* 2.8GHz Core i7
* 8GB Ram
* 750GB Hard Drive
* A fresh copy of macOS Sierra has been installed
* The battery functions normally and does hold a charge (very low cycle count of 64)
* A 60 watt charger is included
* Cosmetically, this item is in excellent condition with very few signs of wear
Intel HD 3000 with 348mb of drr3 sdram
"phoebebebe13 wrote:Mac Air is not designed to run this game and you do have integrated graphics which may have trouble running this game regardless of having the video card recognized by the game. My card is newer than the game. It is not in the sgr files bit still runs the game and meets requirements. I play on PC. @igazor plays on Mac and is better suited to answer you.
Hi there. You're almost in the right place, the TS3 Mac Discussions board is practically next door.I have a Mac that is running 10.12.5 Sierra and I just got Late-Night, Generations, and Seasons (Which I think is the root of my problems as it's warning message to uninstall was different) for my game which is just Base, Supernatural, and Pets. Well, I cannot get past the startup screen. It stays up for 10 seconds or so and then crashes with the message of "Unable to start game" and "Service initialization failed (0x0175dcbb)". does anyone know of a way around this because I cannot find anything with my google-fu
I believe this is equivalent to the Unknown Error that El Capitan, Sierra, and High Sierra users are getting and the renegade EP in this case is LateNite. The fix is here.
@BluebellFlora should probably confirm for us that this is the same issue as the Service Initialization one.
I'm quite clueless about computers and macs and how they work, so I need your advice and help.
These are my mac specs (is that what it's called? I'm not sure) :
Processor 1.3 GHz Intel Core i5
Memory 4 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
I have a good amount of CC, and all the expansion packs, all the game packs, and most of the game packs.
I'm scared that my mac won't be able to run the sims anymore if I keep playing, and I'm even more scared that my mac will die due to the sims. I'm so clueless about all this stuff, so pleeease help me. Is there anything I can do to prevent this? Or should I just uninstall my game altogether?