Sims 2 UC crashes after 1 hour - Windows 10
Your problem is not the same as their problem - your video card is defined to the game ok. You don't have anti-alias set, which suggests you are using the wrong version of the graphic rules though.
This is the graphic rules.sgr that you need.
Download Graphic Rules - Intel
You will need to unzip it into the following 2 folders:
\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Fun with Pets\SP9\TSData\Res\Config\
\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Fun with Pets\SP9\TSData\Res\CsConfig\
MUST BE INSTALLED IN BOTH FOLDERS
In the meantime - if you could have a look in the following folder :
My Documents\The Sims 2\Logs\
for a file in this shape -
Sims2Exception yyyy.mm.dd hh.mm.ss.txt
where yyyy.mm.dd is the date backwards, and hh.mm.ss is the time in hours, minutes, seconds
and post it up for me - I'll be able to tell if you're having a CC related crash or not.
If you have a few of them, then upload the most recent one.
I'm not able to fix torrented versions. Not because it's illegal, but because it doesn't work like a bought one and I don't know what changes they've made to make it so. The Graphic Rules I linked you to in the 2nd post should have fixed your problem. However, because you don't have the correct folders - I can't be sure that it will and I have no idea to fix it because of the changes it has in it.
But I understand why you asked: after all, why would you do any hard work, if you can get others to do the hard part for you, right?
Anyway, if your game still crashes even without any CC, it should be obvious that CC isn't the cause of the crashes; it merely accelerates it a bit. Which seems to suggest that even without CC your system has a problem with the work load. Perhaps not enough RAM, or too slow a processor, or some other hardware issue that creates a bottleneck. Or maybe it's just that W10 puts too much of a strain on your system...
Before you post requesting help
Information we need
-config-log.txt from the Logs folder in the My Documents\EA\The Sims2\ Click "full editor" below to attach a text file.
- Your operating System.
- What the problem actually is - that will be a picture to show the problem (optional), and accompanying text files that turn up (optional), and a detailed description of what happened, and what you expected to happen.