YES! Acording to your Info and that Studio isn't working for you YES.
You have to reinstall the previous driver if the last one I posted does not work for you (which I doubt to be hunest) If you have enough PC skills, you can try a sytem reset. Set you comp back to a previous date.
It doesn't work...What doesn't work? Installing the diver? resetting PC to an earlier date before the driver update? Sims4Studio? What doesn't work for you? My advice are a 100% correct. And if you do it correctly it will work. Sims4Studio will not work as long as you have the latest (broken) driver update installed. You can read in the forum that more people have this problem. Maybe its best to find someone with more skills to do my advice for you.
I have just updated Windows. Thank you LuvMySimz for your tortures.
That’s the problem with you people. Never give enough information when seeking help. It's already hard enough to give remote diagnostics without knowing very little about a user’s Computer System Specifications.
You've been asked for those details. - no answer.
What's the Windows Version? Home? - Professional? Ultimate? Exact Graphic Card brand and version? Is your Windows up-to-date?
It's up to the end User how he handle given advice from an assistant. And just to say "it doesn't work" or "didn't help" isn't very helpful for an assistant. What did you do? how did you do it? well answered with - “nothing works”
I'm glad that a windows update (which I advice everybody to do first with new computers before seeking help) helped you.
Last Edit: Dec 30, 2017 6:54:40 GMT -5 by LuvMySimz
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