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What the Problem is This is most likely a chunk glitch, basically the game froze up somewhat and didn't render in a chunk. This usually happens when in Creative or Spectator because you are moving much faster than you can in survival. It's more common on multiplayer than single player because the server (even if you're connected via LAN, it's still a ...


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io.netty.channel.ConnectTimeoutException means your connection has timed out with the remote server. A server connection timeout means that a server is taking too long to reply to a data request made from another device. Timeouts are not a reply message: they show up when there isn't a reply and a server request is not fulfilled in a predetermined length ...


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The Mojang servers have been experiencing issues today and Mojang has acknowledged this and is working/has worked on a fix See https://www.twitter.com/MojangStatus for updates from Mojang. See http://xpaw.ru/mcstatus for a live status update Login: user authentication before launch, if this is down you can only play in offline mode. If you are on an ...


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It's possible you may need to reset the PS3's video settings: Plug your PS3 into your TV Turn it on and keep your finger on the power button. It will beep when it turns on, and then beep once more whilst you're holding the PS3 (about 5 seconds after holding it). On that second beep, release the power button. This will make the PS3 re-set the video ...


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From the log, I could tell that there was a missing file. So, an easy fix would be to delete your .minecraft folder and reinstall Minecraft. First, though, you should attempt to fix Java. Start by uninstalling all versions of Java via Control Panel, then Programs and Features. After running all Java uninstallers, you can further ensure Java ain't Broke via ...


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Facade is meant to be played in Windows XP and can't be played in newer Windows versions. But like what Studoku mentioned, you can use Compatibility Mode. Just right-click on Facade, and click, Run in Compatibility Mode. Facade should then run. Comment on this answer if any problem still occurs. Hope this helps!


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The things I thought about: For port forwarding: Have you checked if you entered the right IP for your computer? My computer had a different IP after switching from W-LAN to Ethernet It could also be that in addition to your software firewalls somehow the windows included firewall is maing problems. Maybe check this too if it allows for Terraria. A work ...


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These kinds of problems are almost always problems with the installation disc. For example, a scratched disc will be unreadable where the scratch is. Because you get the error for different files, it's more likely to be dust, lint, fingerprints, or even tiny hairs on the disc. Cleaning the disc carefully with a soft cotton cloth may fix the problem. Other ...


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Most of the original PS3s suffer from the 'Yellow Light of Death' (YLOD) issue. You'll know if your console is suffering from the YLOD when: You power on the console. The console starts up normally for about 2-3 seconds, The console beeps 3 times while flashing a faint yellow light, The console continues to flash a red light. The YLOD is a 'Major ...


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If you have problems after installing NVIDIA driver update, go into the 3D options and turn if the setting called DPS in under the global tab. I found this solution on the battle.net forum. Posted by SmearMerchnt I had this exact problem on my own machine (nvidia-based), where many moons ago the game worked fine and then it had the graphic issue you ...


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Try to increase your RAM. If you don't want to do that, you can try to allocate more RAM through the Minecraft Launcher. How to do that: Go into Profile Editor. In "Java Settings (Advanced)", check JVM arguments. In the entry-box, look for -Xmx1G and replace it with -Xmx[amount of ram goes here] in JVM arguments The amount of RAM you put in depends on ...


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Steam support finally got back to me and disabled the authenticator. I found that leaving a message that doesn't receive an automated reply prompts an actual representitive to read your ticket


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Do all of these steps in order from top to bottom and see if that helps: Lower down your settings Disable all the mods you have Verify integrity of game cache (if you're on steam) Load another save or start a new game Uninstall the game completely and install it Scan for viruses with your anti-virus program Buy new computer specs If you have tried all of ...


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Well, just a guess. Did you need to reconfigure your User after the re-installation? Microsoft isn't that tidy if they say "re-install". In some cases, user profiles will be migrated to "help" the user after the re-installation. In this case, it might be that your Roaming Profile is still present but uses older files. You may want to search for it in ...


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Run Skyrim three or four times to get three or four logs, then look at the last couple lines in each file. If the same script is showing up in each crash, for example the ehs_staggerControl.psc script mentioned in the log you linked to, then the crash has something to do with that script. If it's not the same script every time, then it's not a script issue, ...


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Rocksmith hides the notes of a song (which is called Master Mode) when you're in a section you have the full note section for and you have previously gotten a flawless playthrough on. This is easiest to see in songs that have riffs that carry out through the entire song.


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I had the same problem a few days ago. Go into settings, then video settings and there should be an option that says like "start as maximized" (sorry I'm not at my computer right now so I don't know the exact wording). By selecting that option it should toggle to windowed mode. Now if you restart Minecraft you can change the window size. You can also press ...


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When a game keeps crashing at a specific point, specially at special events. There are three possible causes. The game is bugged at that specific point. The game ask for too much resources at that point, and OS decides to shut it down. The current save has corrupted data, and thus the game crashes when that data is read. Given that Bioshock 2 is an old ...



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