@RunaAster It's not a huge issue, no, although it's always nice to have your card recognized. If you're ready to be done with this part of the troubleshooting, that's totally understandable. Just copy and paste (again, don't drag and drop, copy and paste so you have a backup) your saves and Tray items into the Sims 4 folder in Documents\Electronic Arts, and they should show up in your game.
April - last edited April
Yea I don`t think there`s any more to do. Thank you for the help. You been real patient with me and that I appreciate.
ALMOST ALL MY SAVES SHOWED UP I SCREAMED OF JOY OMG
THANK YOU THANK YOU
Also now since I copied I didn`t move but I copied the misssing things, tray and saves to new sims folder can I delete the old sub sims folder? the one the game couldn`t read or should I just leave it there just in case you know
@RunaAster You can certainly delete the old folder if you want. But I would personally keep it, or at least the Saves folder inside it, just in case. If you don't want it taking up space on your computer, you can put it on an external drive or USB, or upload it to a free filehosting service (Google Drive, Dropbox, Mediafire, that kind of thing). It's always nice to have the peace of mind that comes from knowing your data is backed up somewhere safe.