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Does anyone know what exactly, nearly got that game pulled at all? Unfortunately, the actual issue will likely never be known, at least not any time soon. I will detail several technical reasons for this which I believe are objectively compelling enough to base my answer upon. The primary issue preventing the diagnosis of that glitch is a fundamental ...


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Since there really isn't any way for a button to stop working due to software/firmware issues, it definitely sounds like a hardware problem. Fortunately, the PS Vita is much easier to perform one's own repairs on than most compact electronic devices. The internal design is surprisingly modular which allows for easy replacement of the buttons, sticks, and ...


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The Super Nintendo original power supply is unregulated when modern one are regulated. For example, a modern 9V power supply will put less stress on the input capacitor and the internal 5V regulator. I always prefer modern power supply for that reason. But buying a good one on Ebay is more difficult than it seems, most of them will put noise in your video ...


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Sites such as PC System Requirements and PostStupid have software that you can download and install. With the software installed, the website can determine whether you are able to run the game or not.


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First, you need to check your connections. If the cable has a black box along it, you have a transformer to step the voltage down, before it reaches the console. If not, you only have to worry about the connection to the console. Both should have a sticker or engraving to display the electrical requirements for input and output. Provided the plugs match, ...


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So long as the power cable's console plug matches the intended console, it should be safe to use... unless your generic cable shorts out or something. Also, as mentioned by others who've been kind enough to correct me in this regard, it's a good idea to ensure the intended generic cable matches the voltage, and design, of your console.


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It sounds like your laptop might be trying to run games off of your integrated graphics card (the one attached to the processor) rather than the discrete (dedicated) graphics card. The first thing to check would be the NVIDIA Control Panel Open up "NVIDIA Control Panel" On the left hand side, select "Manage 3D settings" Ensure that "Auto-select" is ...


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I went through a similar experience a few months ago, and have two things to say, both to the asker and to anyone else seeing this question: First off, even if it's been a week and your 3DS won't turn on, don't lose hope. I dropped my 3DS in a sink full of water while it was turned on, and although I immediately turned it off, removed the battery/game ...


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Disassemble the device and brush the PCB with a soft toothbrush and isopropyl alcohol (90%+), wash the PCB with alcohol again and let it dry for about 12-24 hours (alcohol damps fast). It might fix your issues. We have a ~66% success rate with this method in our repair shop.


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Assuming the 3DS cannot be repaired, there's good news and not-as-good news (and maybe a little bad news) I'll start with --- The good news: Game Cartridges: all your save data is stored on the cartridge, with a new 3DS system you can pick back up wherever you left off in your savegames. The only thing lost may be streetpass data, and certain things like ...



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