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Yes, it is possible. I picked up the game second hand. The problem I then had was I couldn't get the export to activate. (I tried the steps here as well.) Finally, I contacted Harmonix support; they asked for evidence of my purchase (in my case "Take a photo of the disc along with your PSN ID written on a piece of paper") and then they sent me an ...


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If you've forgotten your PSN password as well as the password for the associated email account that would be used for PSN password recovery, your only option is to contact Sony's customer service and explain your situation. They'll ask you to verify some of the other info on your profile such as date of birth just to make sure that you are indeed the account ...


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Tips for people who are using DS3 Tool and the Mini USB cord. Disable vibration - On the homepage of DS3 Tool there is a Motor slider % and you need to set this to 0 on both left and right motors (zero). This is the main cause for wired disconnections. The internal motors will loosen the Mini Usb port connection on the top of the controller. Physically ...


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You have to go to the buy DLC option, download it (the night operations and community operations DLCs are free) and then quit the game, where you go to select 'battlefield 4' with the blue disk icon is where you are going to go to install the downloaded DLC. Select to start Night Operations or Community Operations like you were going to play them as a ...


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It is more than likely that the person you "bought" the game from owns a digital license on their own PSN account. The way the system works is that you can buy a game from the PSN store once, but then download it on up to 5 different systems. The seller wants you to take advantage of this policy by logging in as them, downloading the game, and using up one ...


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You didn't buy anything, because he didn't sell anything. You can't resell digital downloads like a physical disk. It's right there in the EULA that no one ever reads, because you aren't buying the game, you're buying a conditional license to play the game. Your customer rights don't extend to redistribution. With most EULAs, unauthorized redistribution is ...


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Simply put. This isn't possible. But there are programs that allow you to remove data from the internal hard drive after removing the hard drive and plugging the hard drive into a PC motherboard. Or you could just buy new controllers.


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Yes, it is possible to use a DualShock 4 on a PS3. You can plug it in directly to the USB port by default, but if your PS3 has the correct system firmware, it can be used wirelessly as well. There are a few features and games that aren't 100% compatible, the instructions for connecting the controller to the console and the compatibiliy list is in this ...


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Neither. Both Xbox 360 and PS3 make terrible PCs. It used to be that you could run Linux on the PS3, but Sony removed that ability in 2010. That may be where your supercomputer recollection comes from. As of today, there's no way to run PC software on either the Xbox 360 or the PS3 without going through far more trouble and expense than just buying a ...


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The unexpected behavior appears to result from the fact that you are using headphones, which the monitor does not technically support. It seems odd that you would receive mixed results. Especially when the the monitor has been confirmed to support consoles. That said, I am finding confirmations for the PlayStation 4, not a PlayStation 3. One might expect ...


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If you do indeed have the usb-sata cable, plug the hard drive back in, and wipe the drive to remove all partitions, and don't format it afterwards - the PS3 will handle that. Once that's done, plug it back into the PS3 and see if it boots up to a "firmware not found" screen. If so, download the firmware from Sony's Website, copy it to a USB stick, and follow ...



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