Guys, I'm sorry you're having this issue. I had it too. I made two threads about this, one of which was locked. Other people made a thread about my thread being locked and it got locked too.
So far, there has been neither a positive nor a helpful response from any GM.
The only solution that is available to you is to Bootcamp Windows onto a partition in your hard drive. Here is a VERY rough guide on how to do it in case you do not know how:
If you are still on Snow Leopard (10.6) you can get away with using Windows XP Service Pack 2. Don't bother with Vista as it is garbage.
If you are on Lion or Mountain Lion (10.7 and 10.
you can only use Windows 7 or 8.
I recommend 7 in this case. You need the Ultimate Edition with XP support to be able to run Shaiya.
You will also need either your Mac OS X installation disk (10.6) or the bootable USB (10.7 or 10.
. You can also try and download the Windows Support Drivers from Apple.
Once you have obtained the copy of Windows that you require, you will then have to use Boot Camp Assistant (under utilities) to create a partition for it to live in. This is sometimes easier said than done, as you need continuous space on your disk to do so. If Bootcamp says that it cannot partition your disk, then you have to get and run iDefrag to arrange your disk structure.
Once you have created the partition, Bootcamp will run the installer for you.
After windows is installed, you then have to insert your OS X Disk (10.6) or other media with your drivers on it to configure your hardware for Windows.
Then you can redownload and repatch Shaiya.
It is a fairly complex and lengthy process, but you can definitely find a clear how–to guide
by using Google.
Just remember, if you are still on Snow Leopard, then get Windows XP Service Pack 2.
If you are on Lion or Mountain Lion, then get Windows 7 Ultimate Edition which has XP support.
Good luck guys.
If you have any other questions then I will do my best to assist you.