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Barbara Walters
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New Save/World - Can't Move Around After Loading A Family
« on: 2012 November 27, 01:55:42 »
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When I start a new world and load a family, the game doesn't allow me to move or anything. It doesn't even zoom in to allow me to see my sims. The water moves and I can see birds fly in the sky but other than that, the game is basically frozen. Is this a bug or something? This doesn't happen when I play an existing saved game.
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Re: New Save/World - Can't Move Around After Loading A Family
« Reply #1 on: 2012 November 27, 09:53:06 »
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Your list of mods?
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Re: New Save/World - Can't Move Around After Loading A Family
« Reply #2 on: 2012 November 27, 14:39:39 »
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I was using awesomemod for version 1.42, nothing else.
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Re: New Save/World - Can't Move Around After Loading A Family
« Reply #3 on: 2012 November 30, 23:38:58 »
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Is the family custom content or an in-game creation?  Same question for the world; cc or original content? Did you use custom content in the creation of your fambly?  Did you try CustardCleaner/Deccrappification, etc?
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Re: New Save/World - Can't Move Around After Loading A Family
« Reply #4 on: 2012 December 04, 02:22:52 »
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The family and the world were both EA created. It's really strange because I did a fresh install just to be sure and created a new family. After that, I loaded up other worlds to test families and it all seemed to be running smoothly. Then after a couple days of playing I decided to go back to check out the other worlds again and the issue came back.

When I load my current save game, it runs fine, there's no issues moving in new families or anything. I'll also add that I recently upgraded to Windows 8 Pro 64-bit.
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Re: New Save/World - Can't Move Around After Loading A Family
« Reply #5 on: 2012 December 13, 06:44:36 »
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Maybe your save became corrupted in some way. Did you try the handy-dandy 'fixall' command? Also, did you check your 'Saves' folder for a .bad extension? If I remember correctly, you can delete the bad file, remove the .backup extension, and play that version.
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Re: New Save/World - Can't Move Around After Loading A Family
« Reply #6 on: 2012 December 14, 03:41:45 »
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If you are using Windows 8, maybe try running Sims in XP Compatibility Mode?
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Re: New Save/World - Can't Move Around After Loading A Family
« Reply #7 on: 2012 December 20, 21:00:48 »
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Is this happening only in one specific world?
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