Windows 10 Nvida 1080 Purple Flashing... The LOT!
#1 22-07-2018 
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Hey,

I have The Sims 2 Ultimate from Origin. I am running on Windows 10. After trying and failing many times over the last year or so, I decided to give this game another go.
Installing it seemed to be fine and it even had an update. However shortly after I started playing I started getting alot of crashes, as well as everytime I move a family into a house the house loads with the entire area flashing pink sims included.
If I close the game down and re-load it seems to work until I leave the lot and sometimes it will crash when I am loading back into the lot as well.
So I went and ventured online to see if there is a fix and used the graphicsrule maker as well as copying some graphics rules files from online. I have had some improvement but still get back to the same crashes and purple flashing.


Hope you guys can help!

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.txt  BLACKBIRD-config-log.txt (Size: 15.13 KB / Downloads: 43)
(This post was last modified: 22-07-2018 02:18 PM by Spazattude.)

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#2 30-07-2018 
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Hello Spazattude,

I'm suffering the same issues... I have a GTX 1080 too under Windows 10 r1803 and before Windows 10 r1709 (january 2018), I never had these problems with Sims 2 !
I tried all that can be possible to do... ALL ! Nothing fix that issues since last january !

4GB patch partially fix the crash issue but the game remains unplayable because of the pink flashs that appear when the 4GB patch is installed !

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#3 03-08-2018 
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I am glad I am not the only one! However I have tried a few things and I have MOSTLY stopped the crashing. But as soon as I get a Sim going to a community lot or play a big house/family I get the flashes!

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