By gribbo
Mar 11, 2007
  1. Hi to all.

    I am very new to this type of thing.

    I am having a problem when trying to load the sims 2 onto my laptop and the message 'TSData\Res\Sound\Voice1.package' continues to come up and it will not complete the loading process.

    If anyone can shed some light onto my very dark situation I would greatly appreciate it.


    Thanks to all I have fixed the drama and the loading is complete.............
  2. thisLAYDEE

    thisLAYDEE TS Rookie

    help!! :eek:

    im havin the same problem reali
    nd im just wunderin how i can install my Sims2 game :(
    im so confused ive dun everyfonk nd it duznt seem to work!! :confused:
    help! fank yew xxx
  3. gribbo

    gribbo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Hi. I just cleaned the disk very well.......... :)
  4. cfitzarl

    cfitzarl TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,975   +9

    ^That should do it...if it doesn't, the disk is too scrathed to work; I had the same problem.
  5. kpc111

    kpc111 TS Rookie

    Hi, I'm having same problem. Did cleaning the disc work for you or is there anything else I can do?
  6. Stacey...

    Stacey... TS Rookie

    Sims 2 problem

    i am having the same problem where it just comed up with there has been a problem with 'TSData\Res\Sound\Voice1.package'.
    i have tried many solutions but none of them seem to be working!
    If anyone can help me please do!
  7. TimeParadoX

    TimeParadoX TS Rookie Posts: 2,273

    Is the TSData\Res\Sound\Voice1.package Missing or bad or what?

    You could probably download it ( search for it ) or possibly reinstall the game, also the CD might be messed up, you could try and clean it or try it on another computer.
  8. HeyHo

    HeyHo TS Rookie


    Hey. ;D
    I had the same problem, so I cleaned the disc, but it still wouldn't work.
    Then I took a closer look on the CD, and noticed it was all scratched up. ;P
    So I borrowed my friends disc. It's loadning and stuff now. So the problem may be that the disc is to ****ed up, tough ;P Hehe ^^
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