July - last edited July
Hi, thank you so much for your response and effort
I still haven't managed to make it work either.. What I can try to do is move the folders from my laptop (on which the cc does work) to a usb and see if those files works on my pc? I'm not too familiar with all of that just yet but it's worth a shot I guess
@nynkeglas That's definitely worth trying. In your position, I'd first compress (zip) the Mods folder and transfer it, and if that doesn't work, zip the entire Sims 3 folder in Documents\Electronic Arts and transfer it. Compressing the folder helps prevent the files inside from being damaged during transfer, which is unusual but does occur.
Hi, none of those cache files were ever in my Sims 3 file to begin with and never have, yet my .package files still aren't showing up. I downloaded and installed them correctly. I extracted them into the mods/packages file and yet they still are not appearing in game. I repeated the entire process, searched for the cache files, the cache files still don't exist and the package files still aren't working.
@Jossph117 Please post a screenshot of your Packages folder, with the address bar (above the list of files and folders) showing as well.
3 weeks ago
Hello can you help with my Sims 3 package file I have been downloading mods and cc for years and know I'm doing it right since some are showing up in my game but majority of its not in my game and I don't understand why when I know everything set up right and a few things work like NRaas please and thank you
3 weeks ago
@577ua15qbszd Please post a screenshot of the Packages folder that contains your mods. Please also let me know what game version is showing in the lower-left corner of the launcher.
3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago
@577ua15qbszd That looks fine, I mean your Packages folder doesn't need the installation guides or the .png file in your screenshot, but they're not doing any harm either. Have you deleted the five cache files in your Sims 3 folder since the last time you added custom content? If not, please do so now—they should be deleted any time you add or remove content from your user folder.
If that doesn't help, make a list of the cc files that aren't showing up and test them individually. Move the entire Packages folder to the desktop, create a new one, and move over just one file that isn't working. Delete the cache files (again), load a save, and see whether you can find the file. If you can't, list it for me and I'll test it in-game myself: it's always possible that the item is broken and won't work for anyone. It's also possible that the file requires a pack you don't own, so please list the ones you currently have installed.
When testing, you can start a new save instead of loading your existing ones if you prefer.