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I got on Skype with DavWhodums and was able to find an answer (we know each in real life). First, you load up the Norton Internet Security HUB. Then, go to the advanced settings. Once there, you go to the tab under Network Protection, and turn off Smart Firewall. Once done, Steam will work. Note: For your own computer's safety, you should re-enable it when ...


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It could be another bug. Write a report to moaning. It could also be a problem with his phone


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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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I figured it out, the Frostfall mod was the sinner somehow. Thanks guys ^-^


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What I would do is check the ratings on the mod you downloaded, and see what the problem may be. Once done you should try taking that mod off and turn off your console and try again.


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From Wikipedia: 504 Gateway Timeout The server was acting as a gateway or proxy and did not receive a timely response from the upstream server. "Gateway or proxy" would mean a computer between your computer and your server. The "upstream server" would be the computer on the other side of the gateway. That computer is not talking to the gateway. ...


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It probably is your JAVA, Just update it to the latest version and make sure you have the right type (32 -64 bit).


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If your PS3 controller has been unplugged and out of battery for a while, it wouldn't be able to maintain it's 'sync' with your PS3. You will need to attach a USB cable to the PS3 and the other end to the controller for them to sync up properly again. The other side of this, it's that the batteries in the PS3 controller have potentially degraded to the ...


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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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Day9 claimed back in 2010 that it has some effect. In some other casts he said that he invested a lot of time into tweaking his setup, because he did not have a lot of money, his computer kept overheating and everybody wanted him to stream in HD. Some time ago he gave a Video Streaming Tutorial His setup is as follows Encoder CPU: 0,1,2,3 Starcraft 2 ...


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This, at best, is a micro optimization and if you see any measurable performance improvements in game, you'll likely affect other aspects of your system. Remember that while you are running the game, windows services and other processes are still working. So, rather than attempting to do something like setting the processor affinity, you'd be better off ...


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It usually depends entirely on the game in question. Possibly also on your sound card and hardware too, but mostly the game. Usually your sound card and your headphone port are represented as different devices, even though they're running to the same card. If your game has an option to direct sound to a specific audio device, changing this option in game ...


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Re you sure you didn't delete anything from the Minecraft folder in %appdata% ? ive had has this before so i redownloaded Minecraft with all its folder junk and then, voilĂ ! it worked! and it might work for you!


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Always make backups before doing any of the things below. 1) Open the following directory: rads // projects // lol_patcher // releases // [the highest number] Delete the following files: releasemanifest S_OK 2) In this same directory navigate to the deploy folder and delete the lolpatcher.exe file: rads // projects // lol_patcher // releases // [the ...


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Problem Solved. Conflicting Software. The software is called Raptr.


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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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Your server wasn't ready for you to connect yet, since it was still doing initial setup of all of its many mods. Notice in the server log that between your first and second attempts to connect, there are still mods doing setup work. When you do successfully connect, it also reacts as if you're missing some mods and as if you're not missing some mods: ...


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Seem to me that there is to much for the server/client to handle. You should remove some mods and try again. It says in the log before you're even half logged in that it can't keep up and it's really quite much it can't keep up with so at one point it just gives up. Try removing Minecraft comes alive and see if that is enough...


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Depending on your ISP, and region, your packets might take a sub-optimal path. One way to work around is to use a Gaming VPN, which is basically a VPN but slightly optimized for games. While I haven't personally used it, wtfast.com seems reasonably good at first glance.


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You could try restoring from iCloud back-up. iCloud will let you choose multiple restore points. Make sure iCloud back-up is "on", then wipe/reset the device and restore from iCloud.


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Most likely your account is using by another person, you may not know him. If this is not a fresh bug. Change password.


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From the Pixelmon wiki's installation guide (emphasis mine): Pixelmon 3.4 runs on Minecraft version 1.7.10 with Forge version 10.13.0.1230 or later and Java 7 or 8. From your logfile: Forge{10.13.0.1207} [...] pixelmon{3.4.0} Your version of Forge is earlier than 10.13.0.1230, when Pixelmon 3.4.x requires that version or later. Starting over ...


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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 ...


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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.


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Try these, changing only one line at a time. cycles= (anywhere from 6k~30k works for me for other mouse issues) output=surface (if using opengl, and vice versa) aspect=false scaler=false joysticktype=none Set the desktop to 800x600 (try 16bit, too) Try starting it in full screen and also not, using alt-enter at some point to get ...


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Check to see if you have "enhanced pointer precision" enabled in the "mouse" control panel applet. If so, try disabling it. Also, disable any system mouse acceleration.


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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 ...



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