How To Repair Your Game (EA App)

To repair The Sims 4 using the EA Desktop app (formerly known as Origin), you can follow these steps:
  1. Open the EA Desktop App: Launch the EA Desktop app on your computer.
  2. Navigate to Your Game Library: Click on the "My Game Library" tab or icon to access your list of games.
  3. Locate The Sims 4: Scroll through your game library to find The Sims 4. You can use the search bar to quickly find it if needed.
  4. Right-click on The Sims 4: Once you've found The Sims 4 in your library, right-click on the game's icon or title.
  5. Select "Repair": A dropdown menu should appear when you right-click on the game. From that menu, select the "Repair" option.
  6. Follow On-Screen Instructions: The EA Desktop app will then begin scanning for and repairing any corrupted or missing game files. Follow any on-screen prompts or instructions that appear during this process.
  7. Wait for Repair Process to Complete: Depending on the size of the game and the speed of your internet connection, the repair process may take some time. Be patient and allow the app to complete the repair.
  8. Launch The Sims 4: Once the repair process is finished, you can launch The Sims 4 from within the EA Desktop app and see if the issue you were experiencing has been resolved.
By following these steps, you should be able to repair The Sims 4 using the EA Desktop app. This can help fix various issues such as game crashes, missing content, or errors like the "link2EA" error.

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