i seem to have the same problem. i can't change the game path at all. it doesn't change when i choose a path, and seems to be set to "C:\Program Files (x68)" instead of "C:\Program Files (x86)". moving it to the origin games folder doesn't seem to work, either.
Having the same problem after installing 184.108.40.206 of Studio, My game path isn't the normal one because of errors, I keep it at
c:\Program Files (x68)\The Sims 4\
As it looks now I can't edit the path at all, I get the window up to configure it, choose the correct path in the drop down list and click ok, but when that window closes it still says the default path, as in it doesn't change to what I've written. I had no problem with this in Joy and had the path set to the same folder I have now. Please help!
I only have Program Files and Program files (x86) on my computer and I couldn't change the file path but I created a new folder called Program Files (x68) and moved the game folder there and now it works fine.
After some windows updates the issue got fixed, I am not sure how, but now it lets me configure the path to wherever I want it to be. So I am happy about that, but I am still unsure why it wasn't letting me before. Oh well...it works for me now -shrugs-.
Post by maryline5y6789 on Mar 9, 2016 23:59:09 GMT -5
I also had this problem "no game file part is configured". I looked down, that you turned, poked buttons. And for 2 seconds I also happen. Thank you for your subject. On the Internet I have only found this.
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