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I assume you running it on Windows 7 32-Bit. Now before you trying the tips below, do make sure your computer is compatible and meet the Sims 3 requirement.
The Sims 3 can be run on a PC with Windows XP and Vista, and on a Mac. However, there is no official Windows 7-compatible version. This means that Sims 3 will not install on Windows 7 properly. To fix this error, you need to run Sims 3 in Compatibility Mode. To do that, simply right-click the Sims 3 icon, select Properties and then select Compatibility. Then check the Run this program in compatibility mode for box and select Windows Vista or Windows XP SP3. The game should work fine.
If your laptop will play the demo, it should play the full game. Just be aware that patches and updates to the game can affect performance so if your running the game on the lowest settings, it isn't advisable to get it. Looking at the graphics device in the NV55C it should run the game with no problems though.
Hey!Right click on the game shortcut!Go to properties,click on it and there should be a compatibility tab,click on that,and tick the run this program in compatibility mode for windows xp!!Apply and there we go!Hope it helps!
hi, dragging sometimes work, but the best way is directly copy the games and paste it to the HDD. also find out if the games is for mac conpatible maybe this games is for window/pc. if this is for pc this will not work for you mac. Hope this info might help you.
Try uninstalling the orignal and expansion pack. If you have any other expansion packs uninstall them aswell. Install it all from scratch. If the problem doesnt subside, check your System Requirements, it may be that your computer doesnt support the data from Sims2.
Enter the "My Computer" icon on your desktop. From there you should find an icon named sims 2 or an abbreviation of that. Then right click on that and click autorun, if nothing happens right click then click open. Then look for a file named SETUP or a file with setup in it.
right click on autorun or open and find the setup file
Hey, if you are on vista, it may be that vista is annoying, try right clicking the icon, and going to compatibility tab and clicking "Run Windows Xp Sp2"
Thats the most I cant think would work
P.s. Also try running as Administrator or both :)