Driver San Francisco

Driver San Francisco

Adum Dec 28, 2012 @ 12:02pm
Stuck in main menu
Im running on my macbook and it starts up but I cant do anything in the menu. Keys dont move anything in the menu and the mouse is not visible. The wierd part is when the game is minimized on my dock I can hear the click sound of the mouse traveling over the different menu options as I move the mouse across my desktop. I uninstalled and am reinstalling but idk if that will change anything.

Help.
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Stealth_775 Mar 17, 2013 @ 5:50am 
Hi,
I have the exact same problem, have you managed to get the game to work?
Same thing for me guys, can i we get some help pls... did anyone solve the problem and how??
I would say if you have a mac it is not the best for gaming games like this, unless its a goood graphics card. I would try to uninstall and reinstall it if hat doesnt work delete all system chache then create a new campaign.
Adum Apr 16, 2013 @ 10:07pm 
I saw this game on the Mac Game Store application and they have this compatibility check that tells you if your computer will run the game (Idk if steam has something like this im somewhat unfamiliar with all of steams features) and it showed that my computer doesnt have the required amount of ram available. Eventually ill get around to upgrading that and I expect the game to work after that. Ill comment again with an update if I ever get around to it.
I use Mac Game Store and its fantastic, telling me what games run on my mac, and have alot more mac games then steam...

I found a solution for this. im normaly playing with a Logitech MX mous. The thing is that the software for that mous is screwing up something in this games. So try and undpluck the USB pluck for the mous and shut off the software, and it should run fine... Actually im just using my trackpad for this game, it works great!! ;)

I have a MBA 13" 2.0 processor with 8GB ram and a Intel HD Graphics 4000 512 MB

This runs most games fine, Driver - without problems, but not the best gaming mashine no...
Stealth_775 May 12, 2013 @ 7:15am 
Originally posted by monoSpray:
I use Mac Game Store and its fantastic, telling me what games run on my mac, and have alot more mac games then steam...

I found a solution for this. im normaly playing with a Logitech MX mous. The thing is that the software for that mous is screwing up something in this games. So try and undpluck the USB pluck for the mous and shut off the software, and it should run fine... Actually im just using my trackpad for this game, it works great!! ;)

I have a MBA 13" 2.0 processor with 8GB ram and a Intel HD Graphics 4000 512 MB

This runs most games fine, Driver - without problems, but not the best gaming mashine no...

You're a legend, that actually worked!!! THANK YOU!!! I've been wanting to play this game for ages and well contacting Ubisoft was kind of pointless... :/
Originally posted by author:
You're a legend, that actually worked!!! THANK YOU!!! I've been wanting to play this game for ages and well contacting Ubisoft was kind of pointless... :/

NP, nice to be able to help :) I HATE when im stuck with software problems my self!!! ;)
FrezoPlays Jun 18, 2013 @ 4:10pm 
I have 2 Macbook Pro's
I tried to play Driver: San Francisco on my Macbook Pro 13" Early 2011 with a Intel Graphics 3000 HD but it crashed when starting a new game. Intel Graphics 3000 HD is not a supported graphics

I played on Macbook Pro 15" Late 2011 and it worked perfectly :D
I used AMD Radeon Graphics on 15"
Last edited by FrezoPlays; Jun 18, 2013 @ 4:11pm
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Date Posted: Dec 28, 2012 @ 12:02pm
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