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I believe neither are good options. Running Fallout 4 will most likely keep the drive active for the entire duration of your playtime. Neither external flash nor HDD have sufficient heat dissipation to handle that. You will most likely destroy your drive very quickly. Unfortunately you probably won't know this is happening because the external drive are ...


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These are your options in order from best to worst: Solid State Drive (SSD) A solid state drive will provide much faster access than a mechanical hard drive. Amazon shows that in August 2015 you can get 250GB external SSD for around $150. According to Game Debate Fallout 4 requires 28GB of hard drive space so you could target an even smaller drive to ...


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Realistically, the speed of the drive won't affect gameplay much. The main benefit to a HDD would be capacity and price, as an external SSD will not run nearly at the speed the price would imply when connected via USB 3.0. I gamed for quite a while on a USB 2 external HDD, and I never experienced any major issues, save for slightly extended load times.


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The wireless Xbox One controller for PC will be available this fall! However it does have some requirements: The Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows, which will allow an Xbox One controller to work on a Windows computer, will only support Windows 10. It is compatible with either USB 2.0 or 3.0 connection.


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If you ruled out an SSD due to price, it's very unlikely that you will get a flash drive with adequate performance. There are fast flash drives, yes. But I never saw a really fast flash drive significantly cheaper than a SSD (per GiB). Also: Flash Drives don't support the TRIM command, so they will get slower over time and there is not much one can do ...


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Yes there's a way, according to this reddit thread and this steam forum discussion, there's a option to add to your shortcut. Create a shortcut to steam then in the properties edit the the target location and add -bigpicture at the end so it should be something like; "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\Steam.exe" -bigpicture Steam forum (changed < > to " ...


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Yes, it is. However, it seems pretty unstable right now.


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You must install driver for your GPU "Microsoft Basic Display Adapter (32-Bit)", otherwise it won't open, as OpenGL comes with drivers. As this is a generic GPU, you probably should install all drivers of your computer, your vendor probably packed it with your drivers. (also, it is time to upgrade, GPUs of some smartwatches and most phones are as powerful ...


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You can easily get enough points to unlock every perk: Open your console Type "set DLC1WerewolfPerkPoints to XX" (xx = the number of actual perks your Werewolf tree contains, dependent on any mods you may have installed. Vanilla has 11 total perks, Bloodmoon Rising mod has 23, etc.) And there you have it. Happy werewolfing.


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No, you cannot. Each disc only comes with a single license, which needs to be activated. One purchase = one player, on one account. If you want more, you have to buy more copies.


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You must be signed in to play online. If you have a legit version of Minecraft then it should prompt you upon launch to sign in. You can try checking your firewall to make sure your computer is not blocking the internet connectivity of the application.


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PlayOnLinux is just a user-friendly GUI for Wine, a free implementation of Windows on Unix. When you install a game, it creates a virtual drive, which default location is $HOME/PlayOnLinux' s virtual drives/<name of the game>. In that virtual drive, the folder "drive_c" is just like "C:\" on Windows. So Skyrim save files are in ...


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From what I can see, Counter Strike: GO weapon keys are available through the Steam Marketplace. This is a different area to the Steam Store The Marketplace is a place for players to sell their dropped items. In order to have access to the Marketplace, you need to have purchased something directly from the Steam store.


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I figured it out after asking for help to another source. OnHold on line 66 doesn't accept 0.0 as a parameter. Either change it to the default 0.2 or or remove OnHold 0.0 all together to make it instant. Now it's working :)


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So, just do whatever I said in that other post, except for a few more steps: As for modded dimentions, they're stored the same way as well, except with different dimention IDs. For example, the DivineRPG mod uses realms less than -37 and greater than 48. Since it's modded, just ensure that the configuration in your server matches the one in your client's ...


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Why don't you use BOTH. Introducing the Hybrid Drive! * You don't really see much in the press about HHDDs these days, and the only company that does them is Seagate, this is because in the majority of cases, users find SSDs to be cheap enough. However there continues to be a small niche in users who want to have fast random access in their humungous ...


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An SSD or flash drive is not significantly faster for gaming than a traditional hard drive because game assets are packed into big files in the right order for sequential access, negating the SSD's major advantage. The answer then is "it doesn't matter", whichever is convenient to you.


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Plants Vs. Zombies' Windowed Mode runs the game at 800x600. You can access the windowed game by unchecking the 'Fullscreen' option in the menu here: You mentioned that 800x600 is too small for your screen. As a workaround that doesn't require installing additional software, you could temporarily lower your PC's screen resolution. On Windows 7 and up: ...


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You can do this using a GTA V save editor. Load up your save game into the editor and then click the Ghost button to make your character invisible. The Ghost button can be found under the "Character" menu, to the right of the stars, it looks like a pacman ghost. Save the file and put it where your GTA V saves are. Load the save and then you'll need to ...


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Have you successfully used this controller (and all its buttons) in another game? If so, we can determine the Windows settings are probably correct. If not, I would suggest you download and install the 'latest' drivers for the controller dongle at: https://www.microsoft.com/hardware/nl-nl/d/xbox-360-controller-for-windows After installation go to your ...


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This has nothing to do with a radius or timer. As soon as an object is not inside the "camera", it will be garbage collected by the engine and deleted at the next dump. I've literally had vehicles de-spawn just seconds after I've exited it; Get out close to a wall, fall over making the camera spin, turn around and the vehicle was gone (4-6 seconds). I guess ...



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