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Error 1 when starting Busytown

Posted on 1997-11-18
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When starting Busytown I get an "application unknown encountered error 1." I'm running a 60MHz 6100, with 24 MBytes, MacOS 7.5. Busytown worked fine before the memory and OS upgrade.
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Turn virtual memory on and Check how much memory is allocated to the application.

Also sometimes you need to drag the application from the CD onto the hard drive. (this speeds up the process and solves memory errors)
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