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Hi guys, how is everyone?

Anyways, I just updated my game and when I started it up, every single piece of custom content had disappeared. Ugh this makes me sooooo mad I had tons of CC. Is there any way to get this all back?? Without downloading every thing again? Its still all in my mods folder, but its not showing up in game! What can/should I do? Please help. Thanks!

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Hello
There is a new feature that when there is a game update, mods/cc are disabled. This link explains about it,
http://help.ea.com/article/mods-and-the-sims-4-game-updates

Go to options and tick the ” enable custom content and mods” button which is found in :
Options | Other | Enable Custom Content and Mods. Exit the game.

There has been many mods that have been conflicting with the game since the patch . After re enabling the mods go back to the sites where you downloaded the mods from and see if an updated version has been released or if other simmers have been having issues with the mods too.

Hello
There is a new feature that when there is a game update, mods/cc are disabled. This link explains about it,
http://help.ea.com/article/mods-and-the-sims-4-game-updates

Go to options and tick the ” enable custom content and mods” button which is found in :
Options | Other | Enable Custom Content and Mods. Exit the game.

There has been many mods that have been conflicting with the game since the patch . After re enabling the mods go back to the sites where you downloaded the mods from and see if an updated version has been released or if other simmers have been having issues with the mods too.

@rosemow I’m a little (okay a LOT) concerned about these “disappearing cc folders” messages, because I was told by a SimGuru (SGMS ID so not sure who that is, exactly) that we DO NOT have to ever remove our mods between updates, because the game update/repair routines are not supposed to touch (or even look at) those files anyway, just the ones in the actual PROGRAM folder (Not Documents stuff).

Would you mind, since you’ve seen this more than I have (I’m sure), to ask SGMS (etc) why some simmers are having vanishing folder issues? And if they could give us a clue about where those torpedoed files end up post-update/repair, that also would be sweet.

How to avoid it, how to fix it. anything.

If you check on this, please tag me. I’d love to know more!

@rosemow I’m a little (okay a LOT) concerned about these “disappearing cc folders” messages, because I was told by a SimGuru (SGMS ID so not sure who that is, exactly) that we DO NOT have to ever remove our mods between updates, because the game update/repair routines are not supposed to touch (or even look at) those files anyway, just the ones in the actual PROGRAM folder (Not Documents stuff).

Would you mind, since you’ve seen this more than I have (I’m sure), to ask SGMS (etc) why some simmers are having vanishing folder issues? And if they could give us a clue about where those torpedoed files end up post-update/repair, that also would be sweet.

How to avoid it, how to fix it. anything.

If you check on this, please tag me. I’d love to know more!

So I just saw this chat, and I’m hoping someone could help me before it’s too late.

I recently lost all my cc due to my friend accidentally deleting my sims 4 custom content. I had a folder in my mods folder to organize all of my cc. She went in one of those folders and deleted EVERYTHING. I checked the recycling bin on my desktop, but there is nothing. It says it’s empty.

I don’t know what to do. I had so much custom content clothes, and they are all gone now. When I went into the sims almost all of my sims were naked because they could not wear the custom content clothes anymore since they were deleted. I also got a pop up saying that I do not own the item anymore?? Someone please help me, I just want to know if there is anything I can do thanks:(

So I just saw this chat, and I’m hoping someone could help me before it’s too late.

I recently lost all my cc due to my friend accidentally deleting my sims 4 custom content. I had a folder in my mods folder to organize all of my cc. She went in one of those folders and deleted EVERYTHING. I checked the recycling bin on my desktop, but there is nothing. It says it’s empty.

I don’t know what to do. I had so much custom content clothes, and they are all gone now. When I went into the sims almost all of my sims were naked because they could not wear the custom content clothes anymore since they were deleted. I also got a pop up saying that I do not own the item anymore?? Someone please help me, I just want to know if there is anything I can do thanks:(

Get to know this terminology:

  • Custom Content: This is the addition of player-made clothing or objects to the game. Sometimes just referred to in The Sims community as “CC”. For example: new hair, new clothing, new furniture, etc.
  • Game Mods: These are Mods that add features or change functionality of the game. These Mods may include script code, but not always. For example: a new trait, new console cheats, objects with new functionally, new UI functionality, etc.
  • Mods: A blanket term referring to any player-made content for the game— this includes both Custom Content and Game Mods.

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Maxis strives to support the creativity of our community. We know that, for many of you, Mods are an important part of your game experience. For that reason, we support a framework in The Sims 4 that makes it easier for you to install and use Mods.

Maxis doesn’t pre-screen, endorse or specifically support any particular Mod. You should use Mods with caution and understand there may be risk.

We can’t screen or support any Mod, so there’s no way for us to know if a Mod that previously didn’t cause any issues for players may cause them now.

By disabling Mods when we update, we hope to limit any issues or problems with your gameplay. You can always reinstall the mods after you make sure everything is working like it should!

You may re-enable Mods that were disabled during an Update via the options menu, however you should use caution and understand there may be risk.

  1. Run The Sims 4 with Mods disabled. Go into gameplay mode to make sure everything is working correctly.
    • Note: If you have installed Custom Content, it has been disabled. Check that the game is working correctly, then close the game without saving.
    • If you save your game before re-enabling the Custom Content, content may be removed from your saved game.
  2. Visit the Mod creator’s site to verify that the Mod works with the latest The Sims 4 Update. Check to see if there is an updated version of the Mod.
  3. Re-enable Mods via the options panel. The setting can be found in “Options > Other > Enable Custom Content and Mods.”
    How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated
  4. Restart the game.
  5. Start the game and check that the game is working correctly. If you need help troubleshooting, go to our “How to tell if Mods are causing problems” section below.
  6. If there are Mods causing problems, remove those Mods and visit the Mod creators’ site to see if there is an updated version.
    • As a member of The Sims Community, you may also wish to contact the Mod creator to let them know their Mod is causing issues.
    • Be sure to include your current game version number when you let them know. It can be seen on the lower left hand side of the Main Menu.

Mods can cause issues and conflict with The Sims 4 game in many different ways, so there is no single way to determine if problems exist.

The best way is to just play the game and see if issues come up. There may be very obvious problems, such as the game fails to boot or save games fail to load, but other small issues can also indicate the Mod is causing problems.

  • If you’re using Custom Content, check out the content like items or clothing and make sure it’s acting normal. If your Sim’s hat is floating above them, that’s a type of sign that things aren’t acting normal.
  • If you’re using Game Mods, make sure everything is functioning like it’s supposed to. While Sims love to ignore us, if they’re walking up walls or have been eating dinner for 24 hours, that may be a clue the Game Mod is causing an issue.

Once you have identified that one or more of your Mods is creating issues, you then need to determine which Mods are the problem. Since you could potentially have many Mods in your Mods folder, this can be a time consuming process. Here are some tips to speed things up:

  • Remove all your Mods from the “Mods” folder and add them back in batches.
    • After adding each batch, run the game to see if the problem persists.
    • Once you determine that a particular batch contains a problematic Mod, remove half of that batch and see if the problem still exists.
    • If it does then remove another half of the batch and try again.
    • If it does not then add back in half of the removed Mods and try again.
    • Repeat this process until the problem Mod is identified. This type of searching is sometimes referred to in The Sims community as the “50% method.”
  • Remove Game Mods first. These are more likely to cause conflicts, so start by just removing those Mods (if you have them) to narrow down your search.

For more information on The Sims 4 modding, visit The Sims 4 forums.

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The latest update for The Sims 4 is probably one of the biggest ones we’ve got this year. Because of that it’s naturally to assume that certain Mods & Custom Content that alter the gameplay in any way would be affected as well.

Even though the latest update for The Sims 4 automatically disables your Mods & CC to ensure your game doesn’t break you’re still left in the dark not knowing if some of your favorite Mods are affected by the latest update.

The amazing luthienrising has made a compilation list of all the Mods & Custom Content that have been affected. This includes mods that have been confirmed to be unaffected, broken mods and mods that have received an update to work with Sims 4’s latest version.

If you’ve enabled your CC / Mods in the game and noticed that something is off, doesn’t work or breaks your game entirely and know which Mod is causing it make sure you report it in the forums and/or to @luthsthings over on Twitter to ensure the list gets updated!

Some of the current mods that have been reported as broken are UI Cheats, T.O.O.L., More Columns in CAS and others. You can check out the full list and make your contribution to the thread by clicking the button below! Just make sure that the mod you’re reporting isn’t NSFW / 18+ – we’re trying to keep it rated T for Teen!

You can also stay updated whenever a new Mod discovery gets reported live over on the Creator Musings Discord!

Here are some useful articles to help ensure a stabile CC / Mods experience after updating The Sims 4:

Hi guys, how is everyone?

Anyways, I just updated my game and when I started it up, every single piece of custom content had disappeared. Ugh this makes me sooooo mad I had tons of CC. Is there any way to get this all back?? Without downloading every thing again? Its still all in my mods folder, but its not showing up in game! What can/should I do? Please help. Thanks!

Comments

Hello
There is a new feature that when there is a game update, mods/cc are disabled. This link explains about it,
http://help.ea.com/article/mods-and-the-sims-4-game-updates

Go to options and tick the ” enable custom content and mods” button which is found in :
Options | Other | Enable Custom Content and Mods. Exit the game.

There has been many mods that have been conflicting with the game since the patch . After re enabling the mods go back to the sites where you downloaded the mods from and see if an updated version has been released or if other simmers have been having issues with the mods too.

Hello
There is a new feature that when there is a game update, mods/cc are disabled. This link explains about it,
http://help.ea.com/article/mods-and-the-sims-4-game-updates

Go to options and tick the ” enable custom content and mods” button which is found in :
Options | Other | Enable Custom Content and Mods. Exit the game.

There has been many mods that have been conflicting with the game since the patch . After re enabling the mods go back to the sites where you downloaded the mods from and see if an updated version has been released or if other simmers have been having issues with the mods too.

@rosemow I’m a little (okay a LOT) concerned about these “disappearing cc folders” messages, because I was told by a SimGuru (SGMS ID so not sure who that is, exactly) that we DO NOT have to ever remove our mods between updates, because the game update/repair routines are not supposed to touch (or even look at) those files anyway, just the ones in the actual PROGRAM folder (Not Documents stuff).

Would you mind, since you’ve seen this more than I have (I’m sure), to ask SGMS (etc) why some simmers are having vanishing folder issues? And if they could give us a clue about where those torpedoed files end up post-update/repair, that also would be sweet.

How to avoid it, how to fix it. anything.

If you check on this, please tag me. I’d love to know more!

@rosemow I’m a little (okay a LOT) concerned about these “disappearing cc folders” messages, because I was told by a SimGuru (SGMS ID so not sure who that is, exactly) that we DO NOT have to ever remove our mods between updates, because the game update/repair routines are not supposed to touch (or even look at) those files anyway, just the ones in the actual PROGRAM folder (Not Documents stuff).

Would you mind, since you’ve seen this more than I have (I’m sure), to ask SGMS (etc) why some simmers are having vanishing folder issues? And if they could give us a clue about where those torpedoed files end up post-update/repair, that also would be sweet.

How to avoid it, how to fix it. anything.

If you check on this, please tag me. I’d love to know more!

So I just saw this chat, and I’m hoping someone could help me before it’s too late.

I recently lost all my cc due to my friend accidentally deleting my sims 4 custom content. I had a folder in my mods folder to organize all of my cc. She went in one of those folders and deleted EVERYTHING. I checked the recycling bin on my desktop, but there is nothing. It says it’s empty.

I don’t know what to do. I had so much custom content clothes, and they are all gone now. When I went into the sims almost all of my sims were naked because they could not wear the custom content clothes anymore since they were deleted. I also got a pop up saying that I do not own the item anymore?? Someone please help me, I just want to know if there is anything I can do thanks:(

So I just saw this chat, and I’m hoping someone could help me before it’s too late.

I recently lost all my cc due to my friend accidentally deleting my sims 4 custom content. I had a folder in my mods folder to organize all of my cc. She went in one of those folders and deleted EVERYTHING. I checked the recycling bin on my desktop, but there is nothing. It says it’s empty.

I don’t know what to do. I had so much custom content clothes, and they are all gone now. When I went into the sims almost all of my sims were naked because they could not wear the custom content clothes anymore since they were deleted. I also got a pop up saying that I do not own the item anymore?? Someone please help me, I just want to know if there is anything I can do thanks:(

Custom content and game modifications make the Sims 4 game experience more enjoyable. One downside, however, is when we tend to get lots of amazing mods that end up conflicting with one another. The solution? A Sims 4 mod conflict detector.

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

What is a Sims 4 mod conflict detector?

A mod conflict detector for the Sims 4 is a well-built GUI (graphical user interface) tool that helps detect and solve mod conflicts in the game. It was first created by Dmitry Malfatto at Mod The Sims in February 2015 and regularly updated until 2018.

Think of an unorganized Mods folder. Sure, game modifications tweak and improve the overall game experience. But isn’t it annoying when your mods are conflicting and, as a result, somehow negatively affecting your game?

The Sims 4 conflict detector addresses such issues. It allows users to get rid of not just conflicting mods, but also empty and unusable mods that got in the Mods folder by mistake.

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

Main Features of the Sims 4 Mod Conflict Detector:

  • Search for duplicate TS4 mods
  • Detect files that are not for The Sims 4
  • Detect stray files or files that should not be in your Mods folder (not *.package, *.zip, etc.)
  • Disable (particular) mods
  • Open file in s4pi
  • Show file in a folder
  • Delete file(s) straight from the program
  • Analyze files (to find out exactly in what way they modify the game);
  • Copy conflicting ResourceKeys.

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

Updates on the Mod Conflict Detector program for The Sims 4:

  • Improved performance
  • Added the following: “Files” analysis mode, “File” mode
  • Localizations: (zh-CN, zh-TW), Spanish (es-ES), French included
  • .CFG file detector added
  • ‘Send error report’ and ‘Check for updates’ options to keep updated with the program’s versions
  • ‘Customize file colors’ feature (Options > Settings > Colors)
  • Disabling any file allowed
  • Filters for ‘Mod Type’ and ‘Conflicts’ added
  • More convenient access to panels
  • Updated Chinese translations

Mod Conflict Detector 2.0

In 2017 or one and a half year after program developer Dmitry Malfatto introduced the first version of the mod conflict detector, he updated the program with the following improvements: new interface and CFG editor, added new filters, improved performance and stability, and more.

During this time, the program already has over 2 million downloads, but that did not stop the developer from further improving the mod conflict detector. He introduced several more updates, including the following:

  • Mod activation/deactivation
  • Updated notification center
  • Faster file analysis
  • Advanced user mode
  • Automatic detection of game dir
  • Improved duplicate searching
  • Changes in the pop-up menu
  • Improved performance and fixed errors

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

How to use the TS4 MCD (Mod Conflict Detector)

The mod conflict detector program can be downloaded from Mod The Sims by following this link. But first, before you decide to use this amazing creation, here are a few things to note:

  • Extract all files from the archive into a folder before starting the MCD program. All files, including the .dll libraries and not just the .exe, must be included.
  • Make sure that all these files are contained within a folder on your desktop or other location separate from your Mods folder.

Once you’ve installed and opened the program, it will prompt you to scan your files for available mods for The Sims 4. Scanned mods will appear as a list in the Scan Results tab, and the program will tell you about the mod types and if there are conflicts. Basically, from there, you can organize your TS4 mods and delete duplicates or unnecessary downloads using the Sims 3 mod conflict detector.

Custom content and game modifications make the Sims 4 game experience more enjoyable. One downside, however, is when we tend to get lots of amazing mods that end up conflicting with one another. The solution? A Sims 4 mod conflict detector.

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

What is a Sims 4 mod conflict detector?

A mod conflict detector for the Sims 4 is a well-built GUI (graphical user interface) tool that helps detect and solve mod conflicts in the game. It was first created by Dmitry Malfatto at Mod The Sims in February 2015 and regularly updated until 2018.

Think of an unorganized Mods folder. Sure, game modifications tweak and improve the overall game experience. But isn’t it annoying when your mods are conflicting and, as a result, somehow negatively affecting your game?

The Sims 4 conflict detector addresses such issues. It allows users to get rid of not just conflicting mods, but also empty and unusable mods that got in the Mods folder by mistake.

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

Main Features of the Sims 4 Mod Conflict Detector:

  • Search for duplicate TS4 mods
  • Detect files that are not for The Sims 4
  • Detect stray files or files that should not be in your Mods folder (not *.package, *.zip, etc.)
  • Disable (particular) mods
  • Open file in s4pi
  • Show file in a folder
  • Delete file(s) straight from the program
  • Analyze files (to find out exactly in what way they modify the game);
  • Copy conflicting ResourceKeys.

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

Updates on the Mod Conflict Detector program for The Sims 4:

  • Improved performance
  • Added the following: “Files” analysis mode, “File” mode
  • Localizations: (zh-CN, zh-TW), Spanish (es-ES), French included
  • .CFG file detector added
  • ‘Send error report’ and ‘Check for updates’ options to keep updated with the program’s versions
  • ‘Customize file colors’ feature (Options > Settings > Colors)
  • Disabling any file allowed
  • Filters for ‘Mod Type’ and ‘Conflicts’ added
  • More convenient access to panels
  • Updated Chinese translations

Mod Conflict Detector 2.0

In 2017 or one and a half year after program developer Dmitry Malfatto introduced the first version of the mod conflict detector, he updated the program with the following improvements: new interface and CFG editor, added new filters, improved performance and stability, and more.

During this time, the program already has over 2 million downloads, but that did not stop the developer from further improving the mod conflict detector. He introduced several more updates, including the following:

  • Mod activation/deactivation
  • Updated notification center
  • Faster file analysis
  • Advanced user mode
  • Automatic detection of game dir
  • Improved duplicate searching
  • Changes in the pop-up menu
  • Improved performance and fixed errors

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

How to use the TS4 MCD (Mod Conflict Detector)

The mod conflict detector program can be downloaded from Mod The Sims by following this link. But first, before you decide to use this amazing creation, here are a few things to note:

  • Extract all files from the archive into a folder before starting the MCD program. All files, including the .dll libraries and not just the .exe, must be included.
  • Make sure that all these files are contained within a folder on your desktop or other location separate from your Mods folder.

Once you’ve installed and opened the program, it will prompt you to scan your files for available mods for The Sims 4. Scanned mods will appear as a list in the Scan Results tab, and the program will tell you about the mod types and if there are conflicts. Basically, from there, you can organize your TS4 mods and delete duplicates or unnecessary downloads using the Sims 3 mod conflict detector.

If you have CC/Mods installed in your game it is essential that you move them out of the Sims 4 folder before updating your game. To make sure you are not caught out by automatic updates, before you have a chance to move out your CC/Mods, you need to turn them off.

  1. To turn off automatic updates for your game, open Origin then go to Preferences: How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated
    Make sure you’re in the Application tab and scroll down to Client Update. Automatic game updates and Automatically update Origin should both be off: How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated
  2. Make sure Origin is not automatically loading when you start up/login to your Mac. Automatically start Origin should be off:
  3. To verify that Origin shouldn’t be loading at startup/login you can double check whilst it’s open. Right click on the Origin icon in your Dock, go to Options and make sure Open at Login is unticked: How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated
  4. And finally, to triply make sure Origin shouldn’t be loading at startup/login, check your user account preferences. Open System Preferences then click on Users & Groups:How to keep your “sims 4” mods updatedMake sure your user account is selected then click on Login Items in the right hand pane. Origin should not show up there at all: How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated If Origin is showing there simply click on it and then click on the minus (-) symbol under the window. That will remove it.

That’s it. Your game and Origin should never update automatically now. You will be prompted to update when you open Origin and when you launch the game. So remember, if you have Mods –

Home » Guides » Sims 4: How to Get More Columns in CAS

Create a Sim, which is often just referred to as CAS, is an important part of The Sims 4. It’s where you design your characters at the start, and you can even use a cheat to access it after you’ve started playing. However, it can be a little cumbersome to navigate. So that you can make the sim creation process a little easier, here’s everything you need to know about how to get more columns in CAS in Sims 4.

What you’ll be looking to do is add more columns to all the hair, clothing, features in CAS, making everything easier to navigate.

How to Get More Columns in CAS in Sims 4

What you need to do is head on over to weerbesu’s Patreon page. Here, they have created some mod packages that you can use to make the CAS features three, four, or five columns.

All you need to do is click on the files at the bottom of the patreon page, depending on which one you want, and then follow the installation process. Do note though, that the More Columns in CAS mod will only work with versions of The Sims 4 that are 1.58.63 or later.

It’s also worth noting the following, which weerbesu makes clear.

“If your game’s resolution is too low, it might not have enough space for all columns to show. The 3 column flavor is not recommended if your resolution is lower than 1280×720. The 4 column flavor is not recommended if your resolution is lower than 1600×900. The 5 column flavor is not recommended if your resolution is lower than 1920×1080.

Please note that if you have Cats & Dogs, an even higher resolution is required for all columns to be shown in Create A Pet.”

The process it pretty simple and it makes sorting through CAS much easier.

That’s everything you need to know about how to get more columns in CAS in Sims 4. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.

Updated on July 3, 2020 by Syed Sadique Hassan

In this tutorial, we will show you how to fix the broken mods in Sims 4. The fourth installment to the Sims series is the latest addition to one of the most famous life-simulation games. Playing as a Sims character, you fully control their lives and take decisions that might shape their lives for good, or worse. The series has always been the fan’s favorite thanks to the plethora of customizations and options to choose from. In this regard, the game has nine expansion packs, sixteen “stuff packs” and eight “game packs”.

Apart from that, there are regular updates that add new features to it, the most recent begin the addition of the toddler life stage. Even if that’s not enough, you could try out a plentitude of mods. These mods could be used to alter the game’s content or even introduce some new ones. Well, if you have ever played Sims, this section is one that doesn’t require any explanation. However, what does require an explanation is what needs to be done in case these mods aren’t working as expected. In this regard, this guide will come in handy. Today we will show you how to fix the broken mods in the Sims 4 game. Without further ado, let’s begin.

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

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How to Fix Broken Mods in The Sims 4

Although fixing the broken mods might prove to be a challenge in some cases, the real challenge is in finding which of the mods aren’t working as expected. This is because with tons of installed mods, finding the broken one is more like finding a needle in the haystack. So to help you out, we have mentioned some pretty nifty tricks that will help you identify the broken Sims 4 mods and then help you fix the same. Follow along.

Finding the Broken Sim 4 Mods

In this method, we will narrow down the search for the broken mods using the 50/50 test. This will help us in identifying the mod/mods that are broken or causing issues, and then we could then deal with them accordingly.

Step 1: Deleting Cache

The first step in this regard requires you to move the Mods folder to the desktop. Once that is done, delete the game cache files. Similarly, also delete the localthumbcache.package file from The Sims 4 folder, which should be situated in the Documents folder. Now launch a new save and see if the error is persisting or not. If the freezing or crashing is no longer there, then we sure that the issue was due to a mod only.

Now we are aware that the issue is due to the mod. Let’s try and find the broken Sims 4 mods that are causing this issue and need a fix. For that, we will make use of what is known as the 50/50 method. Here is what needs to be done for that.

Step 2: Using the 50/50 Method

This is a type of trial and error sorting system that is used mostly when you have to dwindle the results into smaller batches and keep on doing so until you find the error. So start with sorting all your mods into two different folders. Put one of these folders into the Sims 4/Mods directory and launch the game.

Then do the same for the other folder. Find which half is causing this issue and then again apply the 50-50 test to that half. The number of folders having the mods that need to be fixed in Sims 4 will keep on decreasing and after a point, you would have the mod with the issue. Although the process will take quite some time in completing, the result is worth the wait.

Enable Custom Content and Script Mods

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

This is the next tip in this guide to fix the broken Sims 4 mods. In some cases, the mods might not be getting displayed in the game. This usually happens when you have applied a game patch as it might lead to the disabling of certain mods. In that case, you need to make sure that both the “Enable Custom Content and Mods” and “Script Mods Allowed” options are checked in the Other section of the game. The same could be accessed from the Options Menu > Game Options > Other.

Reset the Sims 4 folder

Some users have also got success by resetting the Sims 4 folder. To try it out, move or rename the SIm 4 folder in the C:\Users\Username\Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4 directory. The next time you launch the game, a new Sims folder will be created. Now try a new Save just for testing purposes, without adding any mods. If the game is running well and good, then you could move the files one by one in this folder.

Contact Support

How to keep your “sims 4” mods updated

If none of the above tips managed to rectify the issue, then you should consider heading over to the Bug Reports forum. See if any other user is having the same issue as yours or not. If it’s there, the forum members might have shared some useful insights that might come in handy.

So these were some of the methods to fix the broken mods in the Sims 4 game. We have shared near about four different tips, and one of them should work out in your case. Do let us know which one did the trick for you. On that note, here are some iPhone Tips and Tricks, PC tips and tricks, and Android Tips and Trick that deserves your attention.