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Assuming the 3DS cannot be repaired, there's good news and not-as-good news (and maybe a little bad news) I'll start with --- The good news: Game Cartridges: all your save data is stored on the cartridge, with a new 3DS system you can pick back up wherever you left off in your savegames. The only thing lost may be streetpass data, and certain things like ...


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Issue resolved. The problem was with the charger, it was not giving the rated output. Learning If drivers and a hard reset do not fix the problem, temperatures are normal, clock speed is not limited but utilization is less, power supply could be a problem. Since I was in a hurry, I asked a question which does not belongs to this site, here is the ...


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Disassemble the device and brush the PCB with a soft toothbrush and isopropyl alcohol (90%+), wash the PCB with alcohol again and let it dry for about 12-24 hours (alcohol damps fast). It might fix your issues. We have a ~66% success rate with this method in our repair shop.


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It sounds like your laptop might be trying to run games off of your integrated graphics card (the one attached to the processor) rather than the discrete (dedicated) graphics card. The first thing to check would be the NVIDIA Control Panel Open up "NVIDIA Control Panel" On the left hand side, select "Manage 3D settings" Ensure that "Auto-select" is ...


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I went through a similar experience a few months ago, and have two things to say, both to the asker and to anyone else seeing this question: First off, even if it's been a week and your 3DS won't turn on, don't lose hope. I dropped my 3DS in a sink full of water while it was turned on, and although I immediately turned it off, removed the battery/game ...


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I might be 3 years late, but I found a solution for myself. I have encountered the exact same thing, annoying as warm sticky fudge. No site could provide me the help I needed so I forgot about the whole thing, still freaking annoyed. I could not add the item cause it would not appear in any way in my inventory. And then it came to me, I solved once a bug by ...


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It turns out CTRL-P was in fact working, but not in the way I expected. The tty version of nethack displays a list of recent messages on the right side of the screen when using the command - so this is what I was expecting it to do. However, The offline version simply repeats the last message (or the ones prior to it) at the top of the screen. Because I ...


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You need to allocate more memory to the game. Your question states that you have 16GB of RAM in your computer, which is a lot. However, the game is still running out of memory: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space The reason is that while, yes, your computer may have 16GB RAM, Minecraft is not allowed to use more than 500MB, as shown in the system ...


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In the log, it says java.lang.OutOfMemoryError which means that that either the allocated RAM is not enough. Check out the answers in this question (on the same website) for more info about how to increase it. (Scroll down to the "New Launcher (1.6+)" Part)


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This is happened to me before. Try uninstalling it, then install it again. If this does not work. Try and create a new Mojang account (not under the same email) and if this does not work. Contact Mojang and see if they can help. (When I had this problem, I created a new Mojang account and uninstalled and re-installed minecraft. It worked out fine) Edit: I ...


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It seems you are experiencing a problem related to DPI scaling, as is usual with most mobile PCs running at resolutions close to or above Full HD (1920 x 1080) due to their relatively small size. To fix this, you can disable DPI scaling. This answer explains how. Keep in mind that disabling display scaling can lead to issues, where UI elements are ...


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There is currently a bug with the Xbox 360 version. Telltale have commented that they are working on a fix, though have not yet mentioned an ETA. https://twitter.com/telltalegames/status/715053980028678144


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My problem turned out to be a WES610N Ethernet Bridge sitting between my system and my router. I have no explanation for why it blocks my system from hosting or joining a game, but that is definitely the cause. It caused the same problem when I tried to host a Minecraft server. A direct connection solves it. Crummy tech I guess! Dug through lots of ...



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