pop_electric wrote: »
Have the Sims 4 team acknowledged that the December patch hasn't worked or is that it? No more Sims 4 for Mac forgotten again as with the problems in Sims 3 Seasons..
Shadily wrote: »
Ok, people, here's a thing... My hdd went bad and I had to replaced it. Then I installed all again with my new hdd: El Capitan, Origin and The Sims 4. Now, I'm testing and I can play again. I dont have so much time playing but it's not like the other time with my old hdd that I could not play even a minute. Not sure whats happening, but I think it's a great info. Maybe it's just some data error why we could not play. Don't know, hope this could guide us to a solution. Now I'm playing
onnaday14 wrote: »
I have one mod installed and some CC as well. I have tried to play the game with and without them installed and the same issue occurs. All was well until I upgraded to El Capitan. As far as asking for a refund, I have considered doing that but I would really like some sort of explanation from EA. Is the graphics card issue fixable or not? If not, then why not tell us and offer a refund?
onnaday14 wrote: »
The only thing I am having a problem with is TS4, so no it really isn't an Apple issue. The post made on Nov 7th by @SimGuruJanitor indicates that the graphics card is more than likely the cause of the issue (note that he didn't say it definitely is) and because updates for drivers are only done by Apple through an OS update, I took a chance and contacted Apple directly. I really don't appreciate the way EA is handling this and they really need to do something and quit treating us as if we don't matter. It is a really shoddy way to treat Mac gamers.
33mini45 wrote: »
Well I have OS Yosemite, I just downloaded the sims 4 yesturday and al my menu bottons dont work, someone help me please!!
Kll wrote: »
I have just updated to El Capitan, and ever since have been having "vmmap errors for debugging" and then the game crashes! Any ideas?