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    Convert Sims3Packs to Packages

    Introduction A Sims3Pack is actually some sort of container/archive for package files (similar to files inside a zipped archive). To get to the files that are within a Sims3Pack, you have two options: Install the file through the launcher as usual and find the extracted files in the DCBackup folder afterwards (sort by date for easier find, they have cryptic names) Use Delphy’s Multi Sims3Pack Extractor. Multi Sims3Pack Extractor Installation Installation instructions can be found in the Overview page of the tool Usage Copy all sims3pack files that you want to convert in a folder of your choice (in the picture…

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    Delphy’s Dashboard

    Introduction ? The Dashboard by Delphy has the purpose to find corrupt package files and, if possible, fix them. The tool has 3 main purposes: Shows all downloaded package files in a certain folder. Dashboard tells you if those are corrupt (red) like the ones that cause blue lots and monster sims, Sims 2 files (iron blue), duplicates of other cc files (yellow) and files that conflicts with other you have installed (ochre) Shows info on the cache files and gives you a simple way to delete them (File – View – Cache Info) Shows you which version of the game…

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    Good Tools and what they do

    There are a few very good programs around that I like to link with a short description of what they do. There are a lot more tools around but those are more for creators and advanced user Any Game Starter 3 by Johna This tool lets you have multiple profiles of your game. For example you can have different languages or you can have one game with medieval stuff, one with pirate stuff and one with all your downloads. Anything that is normally stored in your user file folder can be different for ever Any Game Profile you have. You…

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    Delphy’s Custard

    Introduction CleanInstaller (aka Custard) by Delphy (MTS) can help you analyze your Sims3Packs and get rid of any extra stuff that comes with it. If you want to change the Sims3Packs in any way, I recommend working on a copy of it, so that you can try a second time, if something goes wrong. Custard can only analyze one Sims3Pack at the time and only the ones that are NOT installed. Not all errors are shown by Custard as error, which makes it important to know, what you are looking for.