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Post by Es_b on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 19:07

Hi Smile

I'm not sure this is rhe right section to ask the question, feel free to tell me if i must ask it somewhere else.

I have a computer that won't let my sims 3 game launch, so i installed on another computer, I want to know if i can get back my own customized clothes (made with CAS), I don't want the sims or anything, just the clothes from the CAS. Is there a special folder that i could just copy/paste to my new computer?

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Adwomin on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 19:47

Hello,

Thank you for your question!
Yes, you can find your (previous) savegame in the following folder on your old PC: Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 3\Saves

Let us know whether that worked or not. Good luck!

Ps. You might want to copy the whole "The Sims 3" folder in your Documents, so you're sure to have everything you had in your old game too.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 19:49

I found neighbourhood in that folder, I installed and I got my family back, but there aren't any of my former clothes (which are just recoloured ones)
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Post by Adwomin on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 19:50

Hello,

You might want to copy the whole "The Sims 3" folder.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 19:52

Since my former game was full of bugs and mods... I'd like to get a fresh start. Isn't there any way that I can just get the clothes?
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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Adwomin on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 19:59

Hello,

You can copy that folder and leave out the "Mods" folder.
Or you can try to remember (or look up) what clothes you had and re-download them from the internet.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 20:01

Ok, I'm not sure I was understandable enough Razz

It's nothing that I downloaded from the internet, they are just clothes (from the store or the games) that I recoloured or customized a bit, and I saved them (in order to always have them as a choice in my CAS). I didn't "export" then though. Is there any file (that we know) where they are saved?

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Adwomin on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 20:08

Hello,

Hmmm, I see. I'm not sure about that, actually. I'd wait for Lady ElDi's reply and try copying the whole folder, without the "Mods" folder, in the meantime.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by ☠ ~ Aɳɳ ~ ☠ on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 20:37

Hello,

Ok here's a long shot....
Go into the old Sims 3 folder. Find CasPartCache.package and copy it to the new folder.
I have no idea if it's actually going to work, but it's the best idea I can come up with.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 21:07

Thanks Smile I'll try it !

Strange that no one asked about it before.

Would it have been easier if i had "exported" the clothes?
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Post by ☠ ~ Aɳɳ ~ ☠ on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 21:18

Hello,

Definitely, you could've installed them as custom content.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Dracos66 on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 03:33

If you have s3pe you can go to the Library folder and look through each of the package files to find your recolored items. Its a bit time consuming because the game like to compact individual files into one package file, but it is the surest way to retrieve CC from another game install.

You can download s3pe HERE

The site also has tutorials on how to use s3pe for your CC.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 09:30

Are you saying that all files in the library folder are my CC? (cause I just have 6 or 7 files in it) and that could be the number of customized clothes that I had on my former game Wink

//EDIT

I have another question, my computer broke yesterday... I'm gonna get a
new one quite I hope. Do I have to download all the store content again?
(I deleted most of the files WhatDidUJustCallMe?) or is there a folder in /my documents
where i can find the installed files?

Will I still have the
store content if i just copy/paste my documents/the sims3 folder in my
new computer (knowing that i deleted all the files in /downloads when
they were installed to save some space) ?
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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Adwomin on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 12:36

Hello,

They should be in one of the "DC" folders, but now with a gibberish, new name.
I'd wait for someone else's reply on this one though, 'cause I'm not 100% sure.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 12:38

thanks Smile I meant .sims3pack files (the one i installed with the sims 3 launcher ^^)

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I think you meant DC Backup (i have 3472 fils in it and i installed almost everything there is to install Razz) could someone check in their own DCBackup folder to see how many they have?
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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Dracos66 on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 15:14

@Es_b wrote:I think you meant DC Backup (i have 3472 fils in it and i installed almost everything there is to install Razz) could someone check in their own DCBackup folder to see how many they have?

The amount of files in DCBackup are going to vary for each user, it depends on how many items you installed in the game. I have alot of CC installed (2+ GB worth) but I only have 1,799 package files in DCBackup, this is because I like unpacking Sims3Pack files and using the resulting package file(s) in my Mods folder. I also unpack sims3packs from other creator so that I can make sure they are tagged right, that way I don't have to look under the Plants tab in buy mode to get that nice wall shelf for the den.


Those 6-7 files in the Library folder are actually combined installed Items and any houses/families you may have saved to the library while in CAS or Edit Town modes.

Finally, you will probably have to re-download the items you deleted from the downloads folder if you don't want to, or can't, look at each package file in the DCBackup and Library folders and separate them out with s3pe. A tip to save some time in the future is to copy or move the sims3packs you download to an external HDD after you install them, that way if you ever need to reinstall you have all your loved CC ready to go. It is really important to save those files if your a CC collector like I am, I would hate to try redownloading 100+ GB of CC

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 18:53

What is the point in using .packages files instead of sims3pack files for the official content?
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Post by Dracos66 on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 18:59

Properly extracted Package files are smaller than Sims3Pack files and multiple small package files can be combined into larger single files for faster loading (using the Mods framework)

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 19:01

Is there any tutorials to help me doing this? Does it amazingly increase the performances of the game?

Edit :

I'm following this tutorials http://evater-sims3.blogspot.fr/p/tutorial-combining-and-compressing.html I don't really understand why some store files (since i only have store content) are conflicting with others (so far only in the 1st and 2nd store update folders) What will happen if i just leave them and combine them in a bigger .package file?


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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Dracos66 on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 20:27

Yes there are tutorials and support forums for both Delphi's Sims3pack Extractor and s3pe. The main source of help for s3pe can be found HERE and the extractor can be found HERE

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 21:10

Thanks a lot Smile

Now I remembered, I did that a while ago too!

Does it bring a lot of benefits? Is it that much faster?

What ideal size would you advise for a .package file?

EDIT :
I'm following this tutorials http://evater-sims3.blogspot.fr/p/tutorial-combining-and-compressing.html I don't really understand why some store files (since i only have store content) are conflicting with others.

What will happen if i just leave them and combine them in a bigger .package file? (I'd like to save as much content as possible, I think tha by using the launcher all the content was there).

Only for those very familiar with the process: the girl is writing "Then scroll through the screen to find the Tag "_XML" and the Instance "0x0000000000000000" (because the imported files are all sorted now by Tag and Instance these will all be grouped by kind)" (http://evater-sims3.blogspot.fr/p/tutorial-combining-and-compressing_03.html), i don't understand this step, does anyone do?

Thanks a lot. You're doing a great work, i'm trying to understand all of this, sorry if i'm being slow Razz
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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Dracos66 on Thu 16 Aug 2012, 01:57

@Es_b wrote:Thanks a lot Smile

Now I remembered, I did that a while ago too!

Does it bring a lot of benefits? Is it that much faster?

What ideal size would you advise for a .package file?

EDIT :
I'm following this tutorials http://evater-sims3.blogspot.fr/p/tutorial-combining-and-compressing.html I don't really understand why some store files (since i only have store content) are conflicting with others.

What will happen if i just leave them and combine them in a bigger .package file? (I'd like to save as much content as possible, I think tha by using the launcher all the content was there).

Only for those very familiar with the process: the girl is writing "Then scroll through the screen to find the Tag "_XML" and the Instance "0x0000000000000000" (because the imported files are all sorted now by Tag and Instance these will all be grouped by kind)" (http://evater-sims3.blogspot.fr/p/tutorial-combining-and-compressing_03.html), i don't understand this step, does anyone do?

Thanks a lot. You're doing a great work, i'm trying to understand all of this, sorry if i'm being slow Razz

OK some of the packages may conflict if... they are older than the Pets release (in this case try running them through the TSR RigFix), the item has been updated in a newer file (the old one will conflict with the new one), in this case use the newest version of the file, the CC is Sims2 CC, in this case remove the sims2 CC items. Conflicts need to be resolved before combining the files into a single .package file.

Yes you can combine the Working packages into a single larger file, just be careful to keep the file at or under 100 MB each if you want your game to load fast.

"Then scroll through the screen to find the Tag "_XML" and the Instance
"0x0000000000000000" (because the imported files are all sorted now by
Tag and Instance these will all be grouped by kind)"

Means first to look for the _XML tags in the Package file you have open, the updated version of s3pe sorts them automatically into tag groups so all the _XML tags will be in the same area. Then, once you've located the _XML group look for the Instance Name: 0x0000000000000000 .

Hope this help clear it up a little. Let me know if/when you need more help.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

Post by Es_b on Thu 16 Aug 2012, 02:02

"OK some of the packages may conflict if... they are older than the Pets release (in this case try running them through the TSR RigFix), the item has been updated in a newer file (the old one will conflict with the new one), in this case use the newest version of the file, the CC is Sims2 CC, in this case remove the sims2 CC items. Conflicts need to be resolved before combining the files into a single .package file."

I don't understand any of that, I guess that's because I don't know what the Rigfix is. What is CC ? Customized content ? Why are talking about TS2?
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Post by Dracos66 on Thu 16 Aug 2012, 02:24

Sims3Packs (Store Items) released before the Pets expansion use a different file setup, if you will, than newer Sims3Pack files and can cause conflicts if they are not updated (RigFixed). The Program to fix these older CC (Custom Content) items is Called TSR RigFix or TSR Pets CC Bug Fixer and can be found HERE.

A lot of the popular content (about 30% so far) was re-released in newer store packs so if you have the older ones installed and you install a pack that has the newer version, or you install a single item that is duplicated in a pack of items you are also installing, it will cause both to conflict with each other causing anything from a simple not showing up in game to total game failure and crashing.

Some people still have Sims2 items around (I still have 80 GB or so of sims2 CC waiting till I can find another working version of the Sims2)and sometimes mix them in/up with Sims3 items, so it is not uncommon to make the mistake of trying to add sims2 items to sims3.

Any files that are conflicting need to be fixed or removed before you combine them into a larger single file, otherwise the problem(s) caused by the conflict will still plague you in game.

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Re: Where can I find my own customized content?

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