Can you also explain how you can avoid saving with other video games?
Not only that, but I also have to confirm.
GavinCynic 10:25, August 6, 2008 (UTC)
CAC357d8dd: Thanks, but theres no way to see which content caused the crash.
But i have a problem! I can't save the game because it says i need to load the save file from X. I checked all the "x" letters and all are their actual X in my game. How to save games?
Hoaxfox 12:04, August 20, 2008 (UTC)
I did some more research on The End of the World, and found that there were several different endings. The one I have, however, appears to be the final one. I tried a few other games, and those ones ended in the same way. It would be nice if I could find an ending for this that doesn't require saving to see, but I doubt that is possible.
Why is there no Final ending? That's what I was asking before.
Hoaxfox 19:21, December 29, 2008 (UTC)
This is referring to the game it self, the save path ISN'T there.
The Sims 2: Dino Dunes saves your game in an isolated folder and there is no way to open it, so you cannot use any save files from it. However, there is a way to get your file out of it, without having to go through the long, tedious process of downloading and extracting the save games.
That will create a sims2.dat file in C:/Users//AppData/Local/Roaming/Maxis/Maxis Games/The Sims 2/UserData. This file can then be backed up on any decent save file program or website.
If you wish to change the extension, change D.sim2 to B.sim2, and C.sims2 to B.sim2.
This method has now been adapted to work for the episodes 0b46394aab