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It's a little old, but for anybody searching for a solution, I got a pretty decent one: Logitech's Control Center is the one doing it! Remove it from your settings / uninstall it. I discovered this after doing a clean install and playing Minecraft for the first time. To configure which button does what you can use the free and much more advanced software ...
The reason for this is, if the game has updates instead of installing the game from disc then installing updates it will install some data from the disc, then mid disc installation the process will pause then download and install an update. For example:Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare disc install 1%...2%...3% (then if there has been and update to the game ...
I tried sucking all the dirt and dust around the edges of my ps3 and it worked just fine doing that so do that
While "officially" Sony says North American PlayStation 4 consoles only accept 120 V, the power supplies the console actually ships with do support 100-240V at 50 or 60 Hz. This is confirmed by an iFixit thread asking this same question: jrjessjuliet: Ok guys this is the final answer and please take note!! All ps4 models irrespective of region or model ...
Yes your PS4 should work just fine under 220V. In regards to the PS4 being region locked this is not true. You will be fine to use and play EU games while abroad. I believe it will not play EU DVDs however.
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