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Open the cartridge and plug it in a GBA. Turn it on and exchange the battery while the system is on. Just make sure to not touch any contacts that could damage the cart, focus on the battery and make sure it doesn't lose power while you're working on it. This works because when the batteries start to wear out, they can still work through the GB's own ...
There are ways you can copy the backup data from the cartridge to your computer. It'll cost some money in buying the hardware to do that, but IMO it is way safer than replacing a battery while the device is on.
Temperatures in the 70's aren't really high for a GPU under heavy use. Anything under 80 is very unlikely to damage the chip, and most can go into the 90s.
You have two mods that are both trying to use the same internal ID. Right at the top of your stack trace: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Duplicate enchantment id! class flaxbeard.thaumicexploration.enchantment.EnchantmentBinding and class mariculture.magic.enchantments.EnchantmentFallDamage Enchantment ID:77 Which indicates that the problem is ...
The accepted answer is flat out wrong, problems with it include: It will be very difficult, if not impossible, to access the cartridge while it is inserted into a Gameboy. It will be easier with a Gameboy advance as it will stick out some. Gameboy cartridges are very difficult to open; they use a proprietary screw that is exclusively used by Nintendo. A ...
Steam's option to launch on startup is on by default. You can change it by going to the menu bar and choosing Steam → Preferences… to open Steam's Preferences window. Then in the Preferences window choose Interface (I know, that's not intuitive, is it), and uncheck Run Steam when my computer starts: To stop an already-running Steam, just switch to ...
Make sure you are holding L and R when you push Select or Start. It's more than likely that one of your bumper buttons are broken. A hard knock such as dropping your 3DS would be enough to break the buttons. You can test if it's the buttons by running a simple test: Exit the Pokemon Game, and whilst on the Home menu, alternate between pressing L and R - ...
This is a common problem with Just Cause 2. I had the same problem (hard, repeated crashes to desktop) and now I can play Just Cause 2 for hours on end before running into the crash. It's not the decals (it can still crash with them off); they're just related to the problem and can make it worse, but are not the root cause or the way to fix it. The problem ...
Steam fails to install one of the required prerequisites for Fallout 3 to run: The Games for Windows Live client. Download and install the Games for Windows Live Client (Microsoft Download) then Fallout 3 should start.
Your old isp had better routes through Dota servers. You can't actually say "I upgraded my internet speed by changing isp", because there are many factors that you should consider when saying that, one of them being speed to get [where]. You can double your download rate from [somewhere], while totally loosing connectivity towards [somewhere else] -> for ...
Technically what you need is that the memory unit to be constantly powered by some electricity. So what you could do is use some wires connecting the + and − contacts on the cartridge to another battery while you take out the old one and replace it with the new battery. So for this you have A − the old battery that is running out of juice, B − the new ...
This error could be caused by multiple things. It might just be a problem with Steam. Sometimes the item server goes down unexpectedly on various other games including this one. (Steam gauges is a good website to check for Steam servers however Battleblock Theater is not on there.) My advise would be to try again in an hour or wait for a day. Could it be ...
I had the same problem. You have to click in the normal setting for Minecraft: OPTIONS, VIDEO SETTINGS and set GUI scale on large. If that does not work I do not know
It's a known fault with both Tomb Raider and Watch Dogs. Other games also suffer with cutscene frame rate issues on the PS4. Including this game released after Watch Dogs and Tomb Raider. Stuttering also affects the mini skill games prior to full games in FIFA 15. This is due to the CPU workload whilst loading the games next section.
Problem was Raptr once I closed it, everything ran smoothly.
The Derpy Shiz Mod version you're using has a known crash bug. The current version (beta 0.3.1 for MC 1.7.10) was released specifically to fix this crash. You can get it from the Derpy Shiz Mod official forum thread.
This is a bug, installation error, or version mismatch involving your copy of OpenModsLib, which is used/required by OpenBlocks. Either making sure OpenModsLib is installed correctly for your version of OpenBlocks, or installing a different build of OpenModsLib, should fix the error.
Try downloading the missing .NET Framework; the software pre-requisite for DirectX. The two commonly used releases are 3.5 (which is the one you may be looking for) and 4.5 (for newer apps running on Windows 7/8). After that, run the DirectX installer again, it shouldn't ask you to install .NET Framework 3.5 again, and go on with the installation as usual.
I had a similar problem to what you're describing (albeit probably for different reasons, as I'm running a linux setup on a Chromebook); what ended being a passable solution for me was to use Magic Launcher: http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/minecraft-tools/1262884-launcher-magic-launcher-1-2-6-mods-options It's basically a launcher ...
After some searching and experimentation, it turns out that the cause of the crashing is the Raptr desktop application. I thought it might have been GPU drivers but it transpires that's mostly a NVidia issue. If you're an AMD user make sure to turn off the Raptr app before playing. I messed around with graphics settings as well, pushing them up to their ...
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