Running your Sims 4 folder from an external drive

This is for those running out of space on their Macs and wanting to save their user data – Saves/Tray/Mods etc. – to an external drive. By following this workaround your entire Electronic Arts folder will be stored and updated on the external drive although your game will think it is being stored locally on your Mac internal storage (for the equivalent instructions for Windows, head to Crinrict’s site here). This is because you will be creating a symbolic link, also known as a symlink, to reference the file path of your user data stored in another location. To create the symlink you will be using Terminal which can be found in Applications > Utilities.

(If you’re a Windows user, head over to Crin’s site for instructions)

Please be aware that entering erroneous commands into Terminal can have severe consequences  both for the stability of your operating system and your data. You should only follow these instructions if you are comfortable using Terminal and have a solid backup of your system. If anything goes catastrophically wrong you can always wipe and reinstall your macOS through Internet Recovery or bootable installer but you WILL lose all your data.

Ok, happy to continue? I’ll start off by explaining my setup so you can familiarise yourself with my Mac user account and computer name which appear in the screenshots:

  • My Mac user account/Home directory has full Administrator rights and is called test
  • My computer name is TouchBarMBP
  • The external drive I am using is a 128GB USB-C thumb drive. It MUST be formatted as Mac OS Extended (Journaled). It is named USB
  • I am running macOS 10.15.3 Catalina

These instructions move your whole Electronic Arts folder to the external drive and assume that your Electronic Arts folder is currently stored locally on your Mac. As such, all games you have installed which store their user data in the Electronic Arts folder will need to have the external drive plugged in to access the data. This includes Sims 3, Sims Medieval, Sims 4, Sims 4 Legacy Edition and any other game folders in your Electronic Arts folder. In these instructions I am using my Sims 4 user data.

  • Backup your Electronic Arts folder to a separate external drive or cloud storage in case you inadvertently wipe it.
  • Plug in your external storage device and check it is properly mounted in Finder or on your Desktop, depending on your Finder View settings. If needed, use Disk Utility to reformat the drive to Mac OS Extended (Journaled):
  • I would recommend reading through these instructions at least once in full before applying the workaround so you are familiar with Terminal and any error and warning messages that pop up during the process.

Step 1 – Moving the Electronic Arts folder to the external drive:

  1. The first thing we are going to tell our Mac to do is move the Electronic Arts folder from the Documents folder to the external drive. Open a Word or any text document and copy and paste the following command (where mv means move and the tilde ~ indicates your home directory) into the document. This is purely for editing purposes:
    mv ~/Documents/Electronic\ Arts /Volumes/USB/
  2. Replace USB with the name of your external drive. For example, if your external is called EXTERNAL the command would be:
    mv ~/Documents/Electronic\ Arts /Volumes/EXTERNAL/
    However, if your external is called EXTERNAL DRIVE you have to introduce backslashes before the spaces in the name (like Electronic Arts in the Documents folder):
    mv ~/Documents/Electronic\ Arts /Volumes/EXTERNAL\ DRIVE/
    To show you where the spaces are, I have entered a black X in the command below (for illustrative purposes only):
    mvX~/Documents/Electronic\XArtsX/Volumes/EXTERNAL\XDRIVE/
    Note that the directory file paths are separated with forward slashes / and file and folder names with multiple words are separated with backslashes \
    If your Electronic Arts folder is to be nested within another folder on the external you must state this clearly in the command. For example, if your EXTERNAL DRIVE has a folder called  Game User Data and you would like the Electronic Arts folder to be within this folder the command would look like this:
    mv ~/Documents/Electronic\ Arts /Volumes/EXTERNAL\ DRIVE/Game\ User\ Data/
    and with the black X denoting the spaces:
    mvX~/Documents/Electronic\XArtsX/Volumes/EXTERNAL\XDRIVE/Game\XUser\XData/
  3. Once you are happy with the command, open Terminal and copy and paste it from the Word/Text document into the Terminal window so it looks like this but with your own information. If it is highlighted black just press the right arrow on your keyboard to move the cursor to the end of the line:
  4. Hit enter/return to execute the command. Your Electronic Arts folder should have moved from your Documents folder to your external drive. Open the Documents folder to check and open a second Finder window showing the external drive.

Step 2 – Creating the symlink for the Electronic Arts folder:

  1. Copy the following command into your Word/Text document:
    ln -s /Volumes/USB/Electronic\ Arts ~/Documents/
    replacing USB with your external drive name and paying attention to the forward and back slashes and spaces. If we use the same example as before with the EXTERNAL DRIVE > Game User Data file paths and names this would be the result:
    ln -s /Volumes/EXTERNAL\ DRIVE/Game\ User\ Data/Electronic\ Arts ~/Documents/
    and with the black X denoting the spaces:
    lnX-sX/Volumes/EXTERNAL\XDRIVE/Game\XUser\XData/Electronic\XArtsX~/Documents/
  2. Once you are happy with the command, open Terminal and copy and paste it from the Word/Text document into the Terminal window so it looks like this but with your own information. If it is highlighted black just press the right arrow on your keyboard to move the cursor to the end of the line:
  3. Hit enter to execute the command. An Electronic Arts folder will appear in your local Documents folder as an alias with a little arrow in the bottom left corner:whilst the actual Electronic Arts folder is still safe on the external drive (I also have the game installed on the external, ignore the app in the image below):

Step 3 – Launch your game:

  1. Launch the game as you would normally. You should notice no difference at all, you should be able to pick up where you last saved the game.
  2. If you get the following error message saying the game is already running:
    • Your external hard drive is not plugged in or not plugged in properly
    • You have not granted Sims 4 or Origin access to either your Documents folder or the external drive during the symlink creation process

Security warning windows you may encounter during this process if you are running macOS Catalina:

Make sure you click ok on all these windows to grant your Mac the access it needs to execute the Symlink.

Reversing the symlink:

If you want to start storing your Electronic Arts folder back in the default location in your Documents folder on your Mac, you must use Terminal commands to do so. Just unplugging the external drive will not force the game to recreate an Electronic Arts folder in the default location, it will result in the The Sims 4 is already running dialogue box (see above). To return the folder back to your Mac:

    1. Copy the following command into Terminal and hit Enter/Return:
      mv ~/Documents/Electronic\ Arts ~/Documents/Electronic\ Arts_bkp
      This will relocate the current symlink/folder to a new name in your Documents folder:
    2. Copy the following command into your Word/Text file so you can edit the external storage part:
      cp -a /Volumes/USB/Electronic\ Arts ~/Documents
      If we use the same examples from Steps 1 & 2 above where your external storage is called EXTERNAL DRIVE and the Electronic Arts folder is within a folder called Game User Data on the external drive, it would look like this:
      cp -a /Volumes/EXTERNAL\ DRIVE/Game\ User\ Data/Electronic\ Arts ~/Documents
      and with a black X denoting where the spaces are:
      cpX-aX/Volumes/EXTERNAL\XDRIVE/Game\XUser\XData/Electronic\XArtsX~/Documents
    3. Once you are happy with the command, open Terminal and copy and paste it from the Word/Text document into the Terminal window so it looks like this but with your own information. If it is highlighted black just press the right arrow on your keyboard to move the cursor to the end of the line. Hit enter/return to execute the command:
    4. In your Documents folder you should now see your Electronic Arts folder back where it used to be before creating the symlink:
      The folder should still be on the external drive too as we have just copied it, not moved it.
    5. Launch your game, nothing should have changed and all your saves should still load perfectly. You can safely trash the Electronic Arts_bkp alias now, no need for the external drive to be plugged in.
    6. You may encounter system security dialogue boxes again, make sure to click Ok.

Whilst your user data is stored on the external drive, usual troubleshooting methods will be slightly different. You cannot now move your Sims 4 to the desktop to force the game to create a clean folder as this will only copy it. You must rename the Sims 4 folder on the external drive, this will force the game to create a new one on the external.

If you have any questions feel free to ask below. Please make sure you clearly reference the part you do not understand so I understand which step you are stuck on 🙂

98 thoughts on “Running your Sims 4 folder from an external drive

          1. My drive is formatted properly, but I am having a similar issue. When I place a mod into the mods folder it does not show up in-game even though I have mods and cc enabled in the game settings. I also have a resource.cfg file

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      1. I’m having the same issue as the person above. I copied and pasted everything and changed it to my drive name. I think it worked, but none of my saves or cc is popping up. I’m not really sure how to fix that.

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  1. also, if I unplug and then replug the external hard would it still tell me to download again because I just completed all these steps and it’s continuing having be redownload all my expansions again.

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  2. Hi there, I did everything you had listed and I ran the command to move my EA folder to my HD and the whole folder disappeared! It’s not on my external HD or my computer.. everything has vanished. What do I do? Please help 😦

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  3. hello I have done all the steps and have done the symlink, the alias shows up, the message popped so I granted access to the external drive but when I launch the game it keeps creating a new EA folder on my laptop in documents and won’t read the EA folder that I originally moved to my external hard drive

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  4. I am not tech savy at all but I wanted to know how to install the game to my external hard drive instead of my macbook air like you showed in the pictures. I didnt want to move my files over yet because I want to install everything onto my external hard drive.

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    1. also before I uninstall the game should i move my mods folder onto my desktop so that I can still have my cc and then just replace that folder once it’s installed onto the harddrive

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  5. Hi.
    I have 2 questions here.
    1. Why do we need to format the drive to FAT32? You said the external drive should be formatted as Mac OS journaled.
    2. Why is there a space after Arts? this is in the command for terminal. There’s only a space between Electronic and Arts but there isn’t a space after Arts. I just want to make sure we’re not messing with terminal command.
    Thanks in advance for clarifying.

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    1. 1. Thank you! Wow, 2 proofreaders didn’t pick that up and no one else thought to mention it if they noticed. You’re right and I have changed to Mac OS Extended (Journaled). THANK YOU 🙂
      2. You mean here? mv ~/Documents/Electronic\ Arts /Volumes/USB/? because Volumes is a different directory. Documents is user specific~, Volumes is System

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  6. Hi Again,
    I’ve started playing sims 4 yesterday on my mac and been launching and downloading Origin and Sims 4 on my external hard drive. I noticed I have a folder named EA (on my external hard drive) and a folder named Electronic Arts (in the local Documents folder). Mac has recommended me to move Origin to my local Application folder but I chose “Don’t move”.
    Is EA the new folder name? or Origin has been naming EA as opposed to Electronic Arts? I’m not sure what’s the difference between the two folders.
    Also, I notice there’s a folder named “The Sims 4 Packs” in my local Application folder. If I want to play Sims 4 from my external drive, does this folder need to be directed to my external drive using Terminal?
    It seems there are a number of folders that need to be redirected if I want to play Sims 4 on a external hard drive and my mac is running out of disk space.
    You’re article has provided hope and I just want to clarify the steps.
    Thank you very much.

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  7. Hi again!
    I figured that when I’m trying to install the game with insufficient disk space on my mac, origin asks me to choose a location for the file to be located. I chose a folder on my external drive.
    Not sure if anyone’s encountered this before but hopefully this will allow me to play the game on my external drive without using Terminal to redirect the folder.
    I’m still downloading the game. fingers crossed this works.
    Thanks!

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      1. Haven’t tried the cloud option but that will surely work magic.
        Currently experiencing a few bugs with the 1.62 version of Sims 4 e.g. unable to change language despite multiple attempts, etc. i’ll figure it out somehow. your blog is amazing and i’m super appreciative of all your swift responses, as sims 4 makes the isolation mandate a lot easier to cope with.
        really like the iMac stand (from ikea?) on your cover page as well!
        all the best!

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  8. I am trying the cloud version but am not very hopeful as I am experiencing the same issue as I was with the external hard drive….the computer is creating a new folder on the actual computer’s drive every time! when I tried it with the external drive it said I didn’t have permissions to create the symbolic link even though this is the only user I have on this computer with full permissions.

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  9. I have successfully moved my Sims 4 application to my external hard drive and I will be saving the sims 4 user data/saves folder via your (very helpful) symlink.

    I haven’t used any cc or mods yet but I plan to. I was just wondering if you knew how I would go about adding the cc and mods. My question is: Where would I download mods/cc to if the data is *actually* on my external drive but has tricked the game into thinking it is on Documents > Electronic Arts via the symlink?

    Would I just download directly into my external drive folder?

    Thank you in advance x

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  10. I’m really struggling here. My external drive is named USB so I just copy and pasted all of the commands into Terminal but whenever I hit enter it says “mv: fchflags: /Volumes/USB/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/GameVersion.txt: Invalid argument
    mv: fchflags: /Volumes/USB/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/localthumbcache.package: Invalid argument” and continues to do that for everything in the folder. It moves the folder on to my external drive, but the original one stays in my documents folder as well. I’m so confused I don’t know how to fix this.

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    1. Ok sorry it’s me again but I see I’m supposed to change the format on my USB. Right now it is formatted as MS-DOS (FAT32). How do I change it to the Mac OS

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  11. Hello, I followed all of your steps, but in the first step, my electronic arts folder is both in my documents folder and my external hardrive. I followed the steps after and it doesn’t show up as Alias. Any help is appreciated.

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        1. Because there is an Electronic Arts folder in your Documents folder. You need to make sure the Electronic Arts (or Sims 4 folder if you are just moving it) is on the external drive. Did you launch the game after moving the EA folder to the external and before trying to create the symlink?

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          1. Yes! I still don’t know what I’m doing wrong. Should I reverse the symlink and try again? Or is that going to be a big mess? lol

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  12. Firstly, thank you for this! I’m not tech savvy by any means and this was very easy to follow successfully. I was hoping to accomplish this in order to open up more storage on my Mac; however Sims4 is still taking up 16GB on my hard drive. Is there a way to install Sims4 on my external hard drive (where I’ve just moved my files with this tutorial) without erasing everything I’ve just moved? Thank you!

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  13. I did this and then reversed it because I was still getting the Sims 4 is already running error…The folder for Electronic Arts is still in my external hard drive but my Sims 4 still opens as if it’s a new game. Any thoughts or help? T.T Thank you for this helpful article btw!

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      1. Yes it was showing as an Alias file in the original location but…it said it couldn’t find the original folder. Despite it being in my external hard drive /:

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  14. Hello,

    My symlink isn’t working. It doesn’t show as an alias in Documents, it shows as a folder instead. Then when I start the game, all my data is gone and none of my saves or mods show up. Please help!

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    1. No alias means the command has not been entered correctly. Do you want to c/p it here so I can see? No saves or mods means it is creating a new Sims 4 folder because you have moved the original to the external.

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      1. I entered “ln -s /Volumes/Seagate/Electronic\ Arts ~/Documents/” but underneath after I hit enter it says, “ln: /Users/MacUser/Documents//Electronic Arts: File exists”

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        1. ah ok. So you still have an Electronic Arts folder in your Documents folder. It needs to not be there for it to work. There is nothing to reverse as you haven’t yet successfully created the symlink 🙂

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  15. Hello!
    Will doing this influence gameplay in any way? ie. slowing the game down?
    Thank you so much for this post, it was very understandable and thoroughly explained.

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    1. Thanks! No, it shouldn’t do. At least it made no difference when I did it. It does depend on the external so if you have a USB-C flash or Thunderbolt drive of some sort that’s preferable.

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  16. Would moving the game to my external make the loading time faster? It takes about 45 minutes to load now that I put it on my external drive.

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  17. I got to the first step before I confused myself… The folder is still in documents as well as on the external hard drive, and when I type in the command, it says “mv: fchflags: /Volumes/SOFTWARE/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/GameVersion.txt: Invalid argument”. It goes through every file in every sub-folder and they all still get copied. Do you have any idea why it might be doing this?

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  18. Hi. I have gotten through the first part (moving the EA folder). I completed the command but now have two folders. One is still in documents and the other is in my hard drive. The terminal is also still running and won’t let me close it as it is still running the command.

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  19. Hi. I’m planning to buy an SSD external drive for my Macbook today. I will factory reset my macbook tonight because I want to start fresh and I’ve been planning to re download origin and sims 4. Do I have to follow the steps above since I will be starting new? I mean, I will download origin to my external drive and sims 4 games
    + game packs. Are the steps above just for moving the game from documents to external drive to play or just downloading straight to external drive to play.

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    1. just for storing the Electronic Arts or Sims 4 folder on the external. If you just move it there then game will recreate a new one in the Documents folder when it is launched so you have to create the symlink.

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  20. I am not sure where I’m going wrong..I can’t even seem to get past the first step. My external drive is set up as a Mac OS Extended (Journaled) and when I hit enter after copy & pasting mv ~/Documents/Electronic\ Arts /Volumes/USB It says “mv: /Users/(my name)/Documents/Electronic Arts: No such file or directory
    I have named my drive USB for ease of use for myself and I’m pretty new to this kind of thing so I’m just not sure why it’s not finding the file?

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  21. hi there!
    i recently got a hard drive and followed everything you said – it worked!

    my only issue is that i also downloaded my sims 4 game onto my external hard drive, it downloaded and it works, however when i open the sims 4 it freezes on the loading screen where it says maxis and ‘the sims 4’. there is music playing, but the screen is just frozen.

    is there any way i can fix that? i’ve tried taking the game out of my external, putting it back into applications, but it’s the same outcome so i’m not so sure what to do anymore.

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  22. Hi I followed your steps exactly and my game will run, but only if my mods aren’t in the game. Every time I try to run the game with mods an error message pops up saying a file is corrupted. I remove the file when mentioned in the message, yet it keeps popping up with an another file in question. Is there any way I can fix this? I don’t want to have to start my mods folder over again. Thanks for the guide. I appreciate your help.

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    1. I’m literally going through the SAME exact thing. Of course its upsetting that its not working, but i’m glad i have someone else whose relating. I at first thought it was just a problem with broken cc because i hadn’t played in awhile, but now i think its because of all this. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASEEE let me know if theres anything i can do cause i’m really upset that i just spent all this time taking files out and that obviously wasn’t what was causing the corruption.

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      1. this happened to me! when i downloaded my cc and would try to start up the sims 4, i would get an error message to delete my cc as there was an issue or to repair/reinstall the sims 4. ⬇️

        how i fixed it, it took me quite awhile, but hopefully the things i did will help out because i did quite a lot and it was a bit of trial and error.

        this is what i did, and what seemed to work for me:
        i deleted all my cc; then reversed the sym link and started up the sims 4 to make sure it was working. then i downloaded one cc file and dragged it to the mods folder, then restarted up the game to make sure the cc would should up. once it showed up at the start up, i then redid the sym link and everything in step 1 + 2 (your cc should still be in there! mine was, at least).

        then here’s what i did different that worked:
        instead of copying the cc files into the mods folder, i had the EA mods folder opened and then i went to downloads from another folder, so both the mods folder and the other folder were on the screen at the same time. through the other folder, i went to downloads and dragged my cc into the mods folder. once i downloaded a few of my cc, i went into the sims 4 to check if the game was working and my cc would show up. fortunately, it did and that’s what i’ve been doing for my cc to show up + work.

        please let me know if this helps you or not. i also spoke about what happened to me on the ea forum, i can definitely link it if what i said does not work out. hopefully it does!

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        1. so basically you had the sims 4 generate a new mods folder and then you put your cc in from that? because based on your response what i did differently was i moved the cc folder that i had in “sims 4” folder and then started the game. once it worked without the cc, i exited the game, saw the new “Mods” folder and just dragge d my cc in from there. sadly that didn’t work. so can you link the ea thread please? but in any case, thank you SO much for taking the time out of your day to write a response to try to help. it’s really appreciated. just a little confused on your process that’s all 🙂 oh and also did you actually DELTE all your cc or just stored it elsewhere? thanks in advance

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          1. when i got the error message, that’s when i had a looooottttt of cc downloaded. i deleted all that cc and restarted from new.

            i had reversed the sym link, downloaded two cc files, then dragged them into the sims 4 mods folder. when i would copy my cc, for some reason, it stopped working. after i went into the game and saw my cc at the start up, then i redid the sym link and started downloading more cc, but dragging them into the file. hopefully that makes sense.

            i didn’t conclude what i said on the forum, but what she replied to me essentially worked. i deleted the localthumbcache file, but it ended up returning. she was very helpful! hopefully her replies to me on the answers can help you as well

            https://answers.ea.com/t5/Technical-Issues-Mac/recently-put-sims-4-onto-hard-drive-screen-not-loading/td-p/9220096

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  23. im having the same exact problem that everyone in June has been having. it seems that if you already have mods in your documents folder, and then use the original method to change it into your external drive, your mods should still work. However, any “new” mods you put in, it show us as everything being corrupted. And i recently read Lai’s response from below, but i don’t understand the process still… I’m not glad but glad that i’m not the only one experiencing these things. i thought i broke my game.

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  24. How do I install the game directly on my USB? When I try to change the location in Origin I cannot even see the USB and when I just try to drag it from my applications folder sims isn’t there. But I can find the application on the computer.

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  25. I’m having the same exact problem as everyone in June is having. I did the symlink and it worked and my game loaded up and I was happy. But when I exited the game to go on a CC shopping haul and moved everything I downloaded into my Mods folder, when I tried to load up the game it’s stuck on the Sims 4 loading screen with the music playing till the song runs out. If anyone knows what I should do now please please let me know!!

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  26. Thank you so much! This worked extremely well. It was really easy to follow and thanks for tip about copying it to MS-Word. I won’t have even thought about it.
    I might have missed this but adding a link to your post that talks about how to change the storage location of the sims 4 to the external drive, might help someone. I knew you had a post on it so I just searched, but for like a second I was like why isn’t this working.
    Have a great day!

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    1. Yes, I really need to get that uploaded. I have a half written draft from about 6 months ago with those exact instructions I posted at AHQ. I was hoping, stupidly it would seem, that EA would update Origin accordingly so it wouldn’t be such a chore to install the game on an external, especially in Catalina. Origin is so horrific – thanks for the kick! 🙂

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  27. Hi! In advance, sorry for my english, I’m from Chile so I speak spanish. I’m receiving my MBP 2019 one of these days and want to buy an External Hard Drive to install my Sims 4 (already own the game in Windows). Do I have to install it on the computer and afterwards follow all this steps? Thank you for this tutorial, I’ll be trying it, hope it works (or said differently, hope I can make it work XD)!! Have a nice day 🙂

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    1. These steps are to store your Sims 4 user data folder on the external, not the actual installed game. To install the game on the external make sure the external drive is selected as the install location in Origin.

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  28. Hello,

    I did everything as you told. I also got the alias folder in my documents, but when I download mods and put them on my external drive ea folder > sims 4 > mods, they still show up in my ea alias folder in my documents. Is there any way the mods will not be in the alias folder, because the reason why I did this was to not have my mods on my laptop itself because it’s taking to much space. I also formatted my external hard drive in Mac OS Extended (Journaled).

    thank you

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  29. Hi, I was hoping you could help.. When trying to move the Electronic Arts folder to the external drive I get this honeybee@MacBook-Air ~ % mv ~/Documents/Electronic\ Arts /Volumes/USB/
    mv: rename /Users/honeybee/Documents/Electronic Arts to /Volumes/USB/Electronic Arts: Directory not empty

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      1. I used these steps before to move the game to my external drive but it suddenly stop working recently. I deleted and re-downloaded sims and followed the same steps thats when I get the message above in terminal. I didn’t delete my mods or tray files when I deleted the sims from my external (because who’s trying to download all that over lol). Is there a way to overwrite and move the files to my external drive without having to trash my mods.

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  30. Any idea why I get “permission denied” in terminal when I attempt the first step? I’ve checked all my permissions and I’m logged on as the administrator.

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  31. I did the symlink successfully but how do I go about adding new mods? The last time I did the symlink it would read all the new mods I put in as corrupted and the game wouldn’t go past the first loading screen.

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  32. I did everything correctly according to the steps but when I try to download new sims packs it says my disk has ran out of space, I also noticed it’s saving the game onto my computer instead of the external hard drvie. My disk is mac journaled and 4TB

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  33. Hey! Everytime i move the EA folder to my external drive, it pops back up in my documents folder when i try to create the sym link, im super confused.

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  34. ive tested all my mods, and they are all good, but when i try to go into game, it says my mods are corrupted and that i cannot play with them. This was after i placed everything into my external drive using the right steps and terminal.

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