Easy Fix To Crashing Problem


It can be really painful when your game crashes and sometimes trying to find out the culprit can be more painful, but did you know that there is an easy way to fix it? 

Caveat: This trick definitely works when you haven't done the fix ever or in a while, but there is no guarantee that it will always work as, generally speaking, most crashes are caused by faulty custom content or below specs computers.

So, what's the trick?

Simply clear cache files in your game.

Here's how to do it:

 Go to The Sims 4 folder (the path may vary, but it is usually found here: Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4). Delete the cache files as follows:

1) localthumbcache.package file
2) all cache files (files that end with .cache) inside the cache and cachestr folders (DO NOT DELETE THE ENTIRE FOLDERS, just the .cache files inside)


6) Launch the game and see if the issue is fixed. If not, you may need to either REPAIR or RESET your game.
 
 
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