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#1 Old 3rd Mar 2014 at 12:22 AM Last edited by mikey : 3rd Mar 2014 at 3:23 AM.
Default NRaas Master Controller won't show up
Yes, I am aware that this mod is old but I just started playing TS3 about three weeks ago.

I downloaded Master Controller and Story Progression mods directly from the NRaas website. I used the most current version for my current game patch. The mods aren't showing up in my game whatsoever. I am not getting the "NRaas" option when I click on ANYTHING, nor am I getting any other options associated to the mod. I don't have any other mods in my packaged files (that I know of) that could be interfering with the NRaas mods.

My current game version.

The Master Controller version I downloaded.

The Story Progression version I downloaded.

I downloaded each of them (along with the extras) and first placed them into my "Downloads" folder (this is where I place everything first in order to extract them). I then used 7 zip to extract the files and then I cut them from my Downloads folder and pasted them into my Packages folder.

Here is the pathway to my Packages folder.

And here is my Mods folder (complete with Resource file).

Here are the NRaas files within my Mods folder.

Can someone please tell me what I've done wrong here? I just want to use the mods within my game.

Also, as I've said, I know this is old so if there is a newer mod out there that has similiar features, please let me know. Thanks.
Mad Poster
#2 Old 3rd Mar 2014 at 3:28 AM
your path is incorrect, there should not be a FrameworkSetup folder...
ThisPC > Documents > Electronic Arts > The Sims 3 > FrameworkSetup > Mods > Packages

It should look like this
ThisPC > Documents > Electronic Arts > The Sims 3 > Mods > Packages

Have you looked at Game Help:Installing Sims 3 Package Files/Setup and Fileswiki
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