Is The Sims 4 not opening on your Mac? We are here to tell you how to solve this problem.
The Sims 4 is a high-end computer game, which is designed for Apple’s Mac and Windows PC. some users have complained that The Sims 4 won’t open on their Mac. Here’s what you should do.
The first method: check the specs of your Mac
We are talking about a top end game, which needs advanced system specs and updated graphics drivers. So if your computer won’t open the game, it is probably because you’re trying to play it on an unsupported version on Mac.
Here are the spec requirements for The Sims 4.
The version needs to be MacOS X Lion (10.7.5). the processor – Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4Ghz. It must have 4GB RAM, and the GPU should be GeForce 9600M GT (NVIDIA) and/or Radeon HD 2600 Pro (ATI/AMD). You must have 15 GB free of storage and 256MB of video RAM.
If your Mac does not have these specs, then you won’t be able to open the game. You know the solution for this one – you might need to upgrade.
The second method: restart your Mac
First, you need to sign out of “Origin,” then close it. Then, you need to restart your Mac. Sign back into Origin, and launch the game.
The third method: repair the game
Launch “Origin,” and log in with your own id. Find, then select your game’s library. Find the game, and right-click on it, then select “Repair Game.” then you need to relaunch the game.
The fourth method: open the game from the Applications Folder
You might want to try to open the game directly from the app folder in your Mac.
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