When trying to download Zclient, it always stops me and gives the error:
"the application has failed to start side-by-side configuration is incorrect please see the application event log or use the command line sxstrace.exe tool for more details"
Firewall and antivirus are all down.
Zclient will not even give me anything besides creating the shortcut before displaying the error. Has been happening for 2 hours. Have restarted the computer. Uninstalled and reinstalled our web browser. At a loss for what next now
recently, when i tried to update the sims 4 the download blocked like after 5 minutes as there was no internet connection and then zlorigin bug and closes.
I tried to unistall everything but now i have the same problem and i can't install the sims 4.
I have windows 10 and disabled antivirus and firewall, why? Before it worked perfectly.
I had the game installed with the zlorigin but as soon as a new update of the game came out I could not update it. The download shows that the download speed is zero, sometimes the zlorigin and the zloemu closed by themself. I don´t know what could it be, I uninstalled everything and trying reinstalling but now i can´t even download the game.
So, for the past month or so, I've been having problems with launching TS4 using ZLOrigin. Everything worked okay before but for some reason ZLOorigin itself started having problems abou a month ago, it behaved like normal Origin. So naturally, I reinstalled it after deleting cache didn't help. That did solve the ZLOrigin problem in itself, however, I can't launch TS4. I've tried deleting the cache a few more times, reinstalling ZLOrigin again, even reinstalling ZClient. I get no error, nothing, the game simply doesn't start. If I run it straight through ZClient, nothing happens. It authorises the game but it doesn't start. If I click play in ZLOrigin, the play button will appear to be active, implying that the game has been launched, however, nothing happens and the button will return to its normal state after less than a minute as if I closed the game. I have no idea what could be causing this, I've tried reinstalling stuff more times than I can count, I've checked if my antivirus is active like hundreds of times and everything seems to be okay.
My PC runs on Windows 10 and it used to have no problems, as I mentioned, with starting the game like a month ago.
This morning i was playing Sims 4 like normal, but a few hours when i tried to log in again suddenly zclient wont autoupdate. It says Autoupdate error 1 Zl. I have already tried deleting the files and downloading again, also deleted zlorigin, i already made an exception for all the files, i dont have origin installed so it doesnt show up on task manager, rebooted my pc, i tried logging in with an alternate account, i checked and the name of the file is correct and theres no other file in the folder with it, i dont know what to do. im getting a little desperate here
Чтобы как можно быстрее порадовать вас всеми предстоящими DLC для The Sims 4, нам нужно их купить. Существует три вида DLC:
Дополнения (39.99€ // 1999₽) Игровые наборы (19.99€ // 1499 ₽) Каталоги (9.99€ // 799 ₽) Вот поэтому мы просим вас помочь нам с помощью доната, чтобы всё выходило вовремя, а иногда даже раньше.
Вы сможете наблюдать за прогрессом сбора на сайте. Также видеть Топ поддержавших ПОДДЕРЖАТЬ
"Origin is not able to download The Sims 4 Limited Edition to F:\Games\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4\Support\eula\en_US_eula.rtf.
Please check that the location is avaible or cancel and restart the download to another location."
or DLCs are like:
"Origin is not able to download The Sims 4 Parenthood to F:\Games\Electronics Arts\The Sims 4\GP05\ResourceClient.cfg_DiP_STAGED."
I can't download the game no matter what I do - ZClient is running, Firewall & Antivirus are off, I don't know what to do..
Origin never creates the locations for it to download...
There isn't anything about this in the FAQ | I have Windows 10 Home & F: Drive is my External SSD (It does the same error to Internal SSD & HDD too)
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