The 50/50 cleaning method is a troubleshooting method for mod-related issues in your game.

Here's how to do it:

1) Take out half of your mods and place them in your desktop or somewhere safe;
2) Delete the localthumbcache.package file from The Sims 4 folder, then run your game and observe.

If the problem is gone, then you know the problematic file is in the half of your custom content that you took out.

If the issue persists, go take out the other half of what's left in your Mods folder, delete the localthumbcache.package file again, load up your game and observe.

Just repeat the process until you find the culprit.


Do you like what I do? Send me some love​ by donating via Paypal! 😘😘😘

This website is not affiliated, maintained, authorized, endorsed or sponsored by Steam/Valve and the Electronic Arts and Maxis Company or any of its affiliates.

Featured videos, songs, images, game content, materials, graphics, trademarks, title, ownership rights, and intellectual property rights in this website are the property of their respective owners. I DO NOT claim any rights to them.

Under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research.

Tutorials / Tips / Other Information featured in this website are based on my firsthand experience and/or appreciation of the subject which are known true as of writing.

By downloading mods and custom contents featured in this post, you understand that putting mods or CCs into your game can cause bugs/errors in your game in the same manner that using third-party apps may affect your game. I am not the creator of these mods/custom contents, hence, I am not responsible for any bugs/glitches that you might experience in your game, especially for mods that are still in beta-testing stage.  It is recommended that you update your game and backup important files in your game before using any of these.

Post a Comment

Previous Next

نموذج الاتصال