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Written by Paperpin Friday, 09 March 2012 10:13
Wow, that was fast! Not more than 48hrs ago, SimGuruSNelson announced the upcoming release of a new patch to fix the custom content issue when sending a Sim throught the SimPort. This update brings the game to version 1.32, and it's available on the Sims 3 Launcher.

Read more to know what's been added and what to do before updating your game, and also don't forget that today The Sims 3 Showtime is released in Europe!

This game update includes the following changes:
  • Prevention of any custom, user-created content from being installed in the host's game when using SimPort.
  • Capability to remove any files associated with a visiting Sim during a SimPort experience so they are not saved to a player's system permanently.

Before installing this patch:

Step 0: check if your Origin version is the latest. If not, please update it by using the auto-update. 

Step 1: Disable Custom Content

Custom Content is all Sims content that did not come from an official The Sims 3 Update, The Sims 3 Store, Expansion Pack, or Stuff Pack. Custom Content is created by 3rd Party Developers that are not regulated by Electronic Arts or The Sims 3 Development Team and may not work with new updates. Custom Content may cause the game to behave unexpectedly or not function entirely.

To disable your custom content, undo whatever you did to install this content to get your game back into an unmodified state. If you placed it in a Sims 3 directory folder, move it to a new folder that is outside your Sims 3 file directory. Your Sims 3 file directory can be found using the paths listed below:

Windows File Directory: C:Documents and SettingsUSERMy DocumentsElectronic ArtsThe Sims 3

Mac File Directory: User/Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims/

Once you have installed the official update you may re-enable your custom content. If you experience problems, disable it again until the 3rd party developer updates their content to work with the official Update, Expansion Pack, or Stuff Pack.

Step 2: Back Up your Save Files

It’s always a good precaution to back up your save files before installing an Expansion Pack, Update, or Stuff Pack. To do this, copy the “.sims3” folders found in the Saves folder onto your desktop or another file directory.

Your Sims 3 Saves folder can be found using the paths listed below:

Windows File Directory: C:Documents and SettingsUSERMy DocumentsElectronic ArtsThe Sims 3Saves

Mac File Directory: User/Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims/Saves

After the Update is installed, run the game to verify your saves still function correctly.

Step 3: Let the Update Complete Entirely

Updates can sometimes be rather large and may take a while to download and install completely. Cancelling the update before it has completed may cause unexpected problems, so it is always best to let it finish entirely. Do not close the Launcher until you have confirmed the update is completely installed, as this will cancel the update.
Last Updated on Friday, 09 March 2012 10:25