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#1 Old 17th Jan 2012 at 11:21 PM
CTRL + SHIFT + C Not Working?
CTRL + SHIFT + C Not Working? I have done every thing under the sun. I have even reprogrammed my computer. When I pres the keys my computer beeps. That's it nutting happens it has done these ever scene I got the Sims 3 base game. I have turned off key short cuts on my computer. I have a windows XP.... Some one please help I wont to make a waterfall...

why so serious...? let's put a smile on that face...
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#2 Old 18th Jan 2012 at 11:30 PM
So when you went through the Game Problem FAQ, what happened at each step?

(I am really hoping you went through it before you tried reprogramming your computer.)

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#3 Old 19th Jan 2012 at 2:59 AM
Evey thing i tried had the same thing, when I hit ctrl and shft I get a beep sound, then I hit C nutting happens but a on going beeping from my computer.
I tried the ctrl + window key + C, nutting.

why so serious...? let's put a smile on that face...
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#4 Old 25th Jan 2012 at 12:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Acorar
Evey thing i tried had the same thing, when I hit ctrl and shft I get a beep sound, then I hit C nutting happens but a on going beeping from my computer.
I tried the ctrl + window key + C, nutting.


Try: ctrl + window key + shift + c
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#5 Old 28th Jan 2012 at 7:23 AM
If control + windows key + shift + c doesn't work, make sure you aren't using any programs that change your mouse pointer. I used to use CusorFx, and I couldn't use the console with it running.
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#6 Old 28th Jan 2012 at 11:48 AM
There are several other possibilities here: Game Help:Cheat Box Won't Appearwiki

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