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Post by mermaidgaga on Fri 13 Dec 2013, 19:26

Hello, I need help, Smile  Is there any way that I can change were does the sims 3 save game. I do not have free space on C disk and I can not delete anything form it, beside moving the sims folder, so is there a way that I can change that.So it does not be document/ eagames/ the sims...... Pleas I really need this Sad 
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Re: The sims 3 save games

Post by The_gh0stm4n on Fri 13 Dec 2013, 19:36

@mermaidgaga wrote:Hello, I need help, Smile  Is there any way that I can change were does the sims 3 save game. I do not have free space on C disk and I can not delete anything form it, beside moving the sims folder, so is there a way that I can change that.So it does not be document/ eagames/ the sims...... Pleas I really need this Sad 
Thanks in advance 
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Hello,

No, as far as I know, this is not possible. Your Sims 3 "user data" (a.k.a. the folder "The Sims 3", in My Documents/Electronic Arts) will always be saved on your main hard-drive, and for most people in Windows that's the C: drive.

If you really cannot make space on your C: drive, then I can't really suggest anything else. Beyond that, if you don't have sufficient space on C:, this will generally cause trouble sooner or later, because

1) you generally need enough free filespace for applications/games to work properly and

2) if you really "run out" of space, your Sims 3 game can't even create new saves anymore.


Try these small tips though:

Go to My Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 3/DCCache and look for files with the ending .tmp. Delete all those files, with that ending (if there are such files).

In Windows Vista/7/8, go to "Computer" and right-click on "C:" and choose "Properties". In the "General"-tab, go to "Disk cleanup" and follow the instructions.

Maybe if I can think of anything else, I'll come back to you. Or another Helper might have additional ideas. Smile 

Good luck !




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Post by mermaidgaga on Fri 13 Dec 2013, 20:52

Sad awwww thank you, I gues I have to think of something else Sad

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