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sims theme park wont load

Discussion in 'Games' started by julia2517luv, Sep 19, 2004.

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  1. julia2517luv

    julia2517luv Thread Starter

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    well i tried all the disks besides the ones that say download sims theme park first. i will put it and and it doesnt do anything! :mad:
     
  2. moorsey38

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    To my understanding you need the original sims to load up any expansion pack of the game, If you already have this installed on your pc please read on.

    Confussion occurs in these type of circumstances because somehow parts of the games folder have been deleted which then does not become a full game, The computer then reads this as if the games not their (Theireticly it's not)
    So I advise you to uninstall, You must uninstall the game otherwise parts of the game will be wondering around your computer taking space for no purpose.
    After removing the game, Insert the disk again and install the sims onto your computer.
    Hopefully this should then allow you to play any expansion pack, If you didn't notice this it clearly marks thats the sims origional version is required to play the game.

    Thanks alot,
    Moorsey38

    If this does not help please inform me as i'm willing to help.
     
  3. julia2517luv

    julia2517luv Thread Starter

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    oh ok thanks because i left the first sims game at my friends house thanks!
     
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    oh ok thanks because i left the first sims game at my friends house thanks! :)
     
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