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    Yesterday’s enormous Fifa 12 patch changed a little more than EA had planned, some users finding that it crashed their games after installation. We’re told that the problem is due to a syncing issue with Creation Centre content.
    EA Sports have provided details on a workaround, which involves you having to delete Creation Centre from your console and then re-download it.
    Here’s how to do it:

    PS3
    In-game UGC File Deletion

    [Main Menu] -> [My Fifa 12] -> [ FIFA12 Profile] -> [SAVE/LOAD/DELETE]
    Press the [Cross] button and choose delete
    Choose your UGC file
    Delete the file
    Reboot the game.

    PS3 XMB method to delete UGC File

    Proceed to the PS3 XMB
    Use the Left Analog stick to move left/right and choose the controller icon to the far right
    Scroll down to Save Data Utility (PS3)
    Choose your file “FIFA 12 – UGC Data 1 Contains UGC file”
    Press the [Triangle] button and then choose Delete

    Xbox 360
    In-game UGC File deletion

    [Main Menu] -> [My Fifa 12] -> [ FIFA12 Profile] -> [SAVE/LOAD/DELETE]
    Press the [A] button and choose delete
    Choose your UGC file
    Delete the file
    Reboot the game.

    Dashboard Method to delete UGC File

    Press the Xbox360 Guide button
    Press the [Y] button to proceed to the Xbox Dashboard
    [My Xbox] -> System Settings -> [Memory] -> [Hard Drive/MU] -> [Games] -> FIFA 12
    Delete UGC file

    PC
    In-Game

    [Main Menu] -> [My Fifa 12] -> [ FIFA12 Profile] -> [SAVE/LOAD/DELETE]
    Choose the UGC file
    Delete the file
    Reboot the game.

    File Explorer

    Open the “My Documents” -> “FIFA 12” folder in File Explorer
    You can manually delete the savefiles from that folder

     

    Paul Younger
    Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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