Mchap353 wrote: »
@ClassicalSim Have you got the Pirates and Nobles update yet? It must be a freebie as you can't get Sims Medieval as a single game anymore.
Sindocat wrote: »
Make sure you are looking at the right insert in the packaging. The 16-digit code could be a promotional.
Otherwise, contact EA Customer Support.
In general, I do not recommend buying games second hand. Buy it through Origin and it's registered, and there is no disk to lose.
Welshteg wrote: »
I don't know where else to put this, but here's my issue.
I have medieval installed on windows 10, and a few months ago it worked perfectly fine for ages, v little problems. and then i stopped playing for a few months and then i picked it up again and when i clicked "run" an installshield wizard message popped up, saying "do you want to completely remove the selected application and all of its features?" I hadn't selected it to uninstall, i'd selected to play it. and it does this every time i try to run it. so i gave up and uninstalled to save space on the computer.
but i just installed it again, and it still tries to uninstall when i attempt to run it. I can't find this problem anywhere and i have no idea where it came from. if anyone has advice i would appreciate it. thank you
Cinebar wrote: »
I can't remember if TSM has SafeDisc or not, it might, instead of SecuRom DRM.
You can try these instructions in my thread the link to instructions are at the bottom of my thread.https://forums.thesims.com/en_US/discussion/931858/tscc-complete-collection-will-not-load-solved
ETA: I need to add this procedure may cause your Pc to say an error (if you change the registry) but it can be ignored if you receive an error tv config mgr Err24 (if you ever run a health report or generate one this message may appear) this is due to the Secure Driver not installed (this is directly related in this instance of error message) to changing the registry to allow SafeDisK to run on pc. You can simply uninstall Secure Driver under Hidden installed hardware under Device Manager if this report would bother anyone. However, if you do uninstall Secure Driver you would have to change registry again to allow SafeDisk to run again on the pc (Windows 7/8/10) But as I said Windows 10 has a built in safe guard where these instructions may not work anyway, I don't have 10 to test but they work fine on 7.