1. Expand the Display adapters branch. Right-click the Nvidia graphics card device and click Properties. 2. Click the Driver tab. Then click Roll Back Driver. 3. Then you will get a pop-up window asking you if you are sure. Click the Yes button. Then the driver will be restored to previously installed version. After that restart your Computer.
A driver rollback is needed because there are some issues with the newest AMD drivers. That is why Sims4Studio doesn't work anymore. Lots of people had this incl. me. So do a driver rollback and Sims4Studio will work again. The next AMD update will hopefully fix the driver problem.
AHHH! Awesome it worked! Thank you so much, happy new year!
Post by orangepanda64 on Dec 26, 2017 17:18:14 GMT -5
Hi, really sorry for posting here, but I cant post in the bug thread cause I haven't met a post limit and I really have no idea why this is happening.
I have the newest version of S4S (18.104.22.168 wishes) I've deleted the S4S folder and loaded S4S again and it didn't solve the issue, I ran a fix on my game files, nothing changed, and my game is already updated.
I had the same issue with the last S4S as well and figured it was because I needed the new one but apparently, that's not the case.
By the way, im trying to load package files from My Projects, also it S4S opens fine, but when I try to load an item it crashes.
Heres the error message from my windows event logs from today:
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