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The DSfix 2.4 works only with the steamworks version of Dark Souls, which at the moment is only available as beta. Right click on Dark Souls in your library and go to properties, then go to Betas tab and select to opt in the steam version. Also, make sure you disable in-game anti-aliasing, as dsfix provides a better version of AA and is incompatible with ...


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If you're using mods and you've tried the normal troubleshooting (restarting your system, checking network settings, etc) I recommend backing up your data and reinstalling a vanilla Minecraft launcher. Then add back your mods one at a time. If a mod is causing the problem (I'm seeing some correlation in your question) then you'll be able to systematically ...


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Turn off Touchscreen Mode in Options > Controls.


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Answering your question, based on its previous edits: If I install a game on an external hard drive, can I run it on a computer without leaving a footprint, and without internet access? and the previous tags of: world-of-warcraft, league-of-legends and dungeons-and-dragons-online Otherwise, see https://gaming.stackexchange.com/revisions/210603/1. ...


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For the most part, many games will not work when just copied from a PC to an external HD or USB drive. However there are some PC games that you can run from a USB stick or external hard drive available from PortableApps. All of the games available are free or open source, so none of your big Steam titles are there, but most genres of games are covered ...


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Only in certain games. Some games require a complete installation, but there are some which not, namely DRM-free/portable games that you can run on the go. Most of the times these are independent games. Judging by your original tags, you won't be able to do that with those games. Also, given that you have a laptop, and considering that you need both ...


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This would depend on the game, but the answer would usually be no. Even ignoring the fact that you need internet access to play the games you tagged, most games need to be installed to run. This isn't an issue of not having the files, it's about the program registry. The PC needs to know where the game is installed. There are exceptions to this but most are ...


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You have probably played 1.8 in this launcher. Your problem is likely due to options.txt in the Minecraft folder file having a render distance set really high (because of 1.8). From what I read, "Minecraft doesn't validate that the render distance is a supported value before trying to use it (apparently)." -Source Deleting the options.txt file is the fix ...


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You can change the mouse sensitivity from the main menu settings, but not from the pause menu settings.


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Unfortunately there isn't really a concrete way to look at models numbers and know how they will perform or which is better. Model names are arbitrary and naming schemes may change from time to time. However, manufacturers have some incentive to have at least some kind of coherent naming scheme at any given time for marketing purposes. If you want to compare ...


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This is classic behavior caused by CPU throttling or clock modulation. I don't have a specific solution for this particular laptop--the causes and fixes can vary by BIOS and hardware. Many laptops will throttle the CPU on battery and the most common cause otherwise is heat. You can experiment by elevating the laptop off the table or even placing it on top of ...


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I'm not sure if it was an overheating issue, but after cracking my case open and cleaning out some accumulated dust, the game seems to be working fine.


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Another option is to use a wireless USB network adapter, then you'll have wireless internet. $10 on Amazon, search "wireless USB network adapter"


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You could lan play with your friend using the trial version of minecraft, but if you both like the game, purchasing full versions is recommended.


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You might be able to test for the rotation of the player, and then set the rotation of the entity to that same rotation. Be warned, that will take A LOT of command blocks. You can use CPdirection MCEdit filter and edit it to your needs. Here is the video about the filter: ...


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The last (maybe only) official patch was v2.93. In order to tell if the patch is installed you can check for the following: Look for a patch zip or folder If it exists, it will contain the following files: CHANGES.DOC CHANGES.TXT EIDOS.PCX ENG_MTCH.TXT HISCORES.BIN mgdata.db1 PATCHZIP.EXE players.db1 PLHIST98.BIN READTHIS.TXT TMDATA.DB1 The game has ...


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The following 2 actions are known to solve most issues with the game crashing: Enable stereo mix Plug in an headset/mic Sources: http://steamcommunity.com/app/7940/discussions/0/618453594765419915/ http://steamcommunity.com/app/7940/discussions/0/864956555036760746/


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You're attempting to run a game that's been converted into an ad supported title. This is why the internet connection is required. However, there are two ends to this connection, your laptop's connection and the server that's supposed to be serving the ads and authenticating your game. Those servers are no longer up. You'll need to purchase a copy of the ...


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No, unfortunately there is not. Now, you could have a backup mob pushing the other mob in that direction that you are looking in, but other than that, no.



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