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Note (i): If you have the new MonkeyBars framework installer, this line already exists in the Resource.cfg file
Note (ii): While you have this file open, check that the last line has an asterisk in the position circled in the picture. This affects old versions of the file
Note (iii): If you have Vista/Win-7 Operating System, and you get permission errors, copy it out to Desktop, edit it there and copy it back
Note (iv): If you don't do a "Save As", the file will be saved as a .txt file
Note (v): If you have the new MonkeyBar framework installer, a folder for the *.dbc files has already been created and you can paste it there instead.
Note (vi): If you have a lot of custom content in your game, you may have more than one .dbc file in your \The Sims 3\DCCache folder. Copy all files that end in the extension .dbc . For example: dcdb0.dbc, dcdb1.dbc, dcdb2.dbc, etc.
ETA Note (vii): If your Riverview saves become disabled (grayed out), delete the .world file from the \Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 3\InstalledWorlds\ path, from this thread.
Note (viii): YMMV. This step seems to cause lags in some games. If you're affected by it, try the Alternative Installers listed in the Wiki linked below.
Note (ix): If you were to try, although the status in Launcher shows "DONE", the item won't have the installed icon nor the content/files be added into the DCCache & DCBackup folders.
GameProcessName = TS3EP01
Note (i): Again, YMMV. Not all machines will perform the same - this step seems to cause lags in some games, also. No other suggestions at this point, other than wait for EA's fix.