2) Running the game in compatibility mode ( Official instructions )
- To run your game in compatibility mode, do the following steps:
- Right-click on the Sims 3 icon on your desktop and choose "Properties"
- Go to the compatibility tab and choose Windows XP Service Pack 2
- Try launch your game
I disagree wholeheartedly!
I have everything Sims 3 and now it won't play as of upgradigng to Win 10.
I have been looking for help from origins and win and neither can/are willing to help.
Where can I get help from?
So far I have uninstalled Sims 3 and reinstalled it from origins page and then a tech I was in a chat with had me restart my computer and they disappeared. And it still doesn't work.
What else can I do? It never asked for a disk before, but now it does, and when I load the disk it says it can't find the disk no matter how many times I hit try again.
I have Windows 10 Pro 64 bit second i have the latest version of the game if i not had it i could not even start it up. but its 1.67.2.024002. Third how whould you have me to set in a DxDiag when there not are anyfeature for attacment. But I can tell you there arn't anything wrong with my computer I have a Nvidia GTX 770 with 2 GB ram I have 16 GB ram in system I have a Intel (R) Core (TM) i5-3570 CPU 3.40 GHz (4 CPUs), 3.4GHz my motherboard is a Asrock Z77 Extreme 4 I build my own computer and have done it the last 15 year and all and every one of them Work 100% perfect first time they build.
If you want to see the correct DxDiag send me an email I can send it or tell me how I should send it in here.
@KristianGA I've moved your post to the Win 10 thread
It locks up the system repeatedly for me. Didn't have any problems under Windows 7. Big disappointment, I pretty much can't play at all anymore.
@fathorse2 I've moved your post to the Win 10 help thread
I don't know if it was the new Windows 10 update, or maybe Origin installed my games wrong, but I had talked to a guy from EA last night and he said I had an awesome graphics card and there was no issue there, then he made me download something off the internet. That didn't work. My sims3 game is still crashing. Do I uninstall then reinstall my games again to fix this problem? So sad... What do I do folks?
I've moved your post to the Win 10 help thread