Application will now terminate error for Win10 Origins UC
#1 27-01-2016 
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Magpie, back for a second round. I posted this message before: "Running Windows 10; getting "the application has crashed, the application will now terminate" for Mansion and Garden Stuff when trying to load a house (any house) to furnish it before moving a family (pre-made) in. I first installed the Sims 2 UC when I had either Vista or 7 (I can't remember which) and am now just getting around to playing after getting Windows 10. In looking at my device manager, I have both NVIDIA GeForce GT 525M *and* Intel® HD Graphics 3000, but the -config-.txt only lists the latter (not sure if this matters, but it's worth a mention)." Well I ran the Graphics Rules Maker program, my cards were added to the list, but I still got the error.

Kiri replied once she returned, saying I needed the Video Card for Intel Device no 0116, but that link isn't working. Should I try to make my own (as described in the help thread on the main page of this section)? I've attached my config log for reference if it's needed.

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#2 28-01-2016 
@Magpie definitely have a go at making your own file Smile

#3 28-01-2016 

Hi magpie - your video card is fine for Intel, which is what your config says you are using. You don't have the graphic rules for Intel though -so it's keeping you in low res because of that. I'm a bit surprised that the Graphic Rules Maker didn't fix that.

Download Graphic Rules - INTEL

put in

\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Fun with Pets\SP9\TSData\Res\Config\
\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Fun with Pets\SP9\TSData\Res\CsConfig\

Thanks for letting me know about the video card - I've fixed the link.


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