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I suggest you try to update your video drivers. Just updating to windows 10 can cause a lot of issues. After that restart, if the issues persist try changing your GPU to your graphics card if you can as an integrated one could be causing the issue. Edit: This also seems to be an issue with intel graphics cards after I've searched around the rest of the ...


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Since I updated the Nvidia drivers (the version 368.22, which I installed yesterday) no more bluescreens where shown, so I think that the problem is solved.


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If the DVD drive works for some games, try reading the not-working game's DVD on your computer, because the problem will most probably be on it - it's likely damaged physically (maybe the damage will be visible), or maybe the content is corrupted. If the drive works with no game, the problem is on it (or on all the games). You should, as you said, ...


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There's a related problem that I think the question was about. Once you have enough living space for 200 dwellers, you can no longer build any more living quarters. Even if you have fewer than 200 dwellers. If you have too many dwellers you can not destroy any living quarters either. So you're essentially stuck with the quarters where they are permanently ...


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This can be for a number of reasons, all depending on the game in question... Version Differences You may have insert any component installed, but the game's installer includes a different version. This is the most likely reason. For example, according to Steam there are over 40 version of DirectX 9, and many more for later versions of DirectX. See ...


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Having the same problem when reinstalling minecraft, and the only solution im having is this https://s3.amazonaws.com/Minecraft.Download/launcher/Minecraft.exe Its an older version of the launcher and works just fine for me now :)


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There are some things you could check: Other worlds. Mark your bed and spawn somehow, then get lost with a compass. Coordinates. In the compass middle-point, what are the coords? Are they somehow usefull (zero coord lines intersection, old spawn point, … )? Does the compass needle change direction after you sleep? Or after you die (/gamerule ...


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As people said in the comments, you could: Check your technical parameters. Graphics card, RAM, processor, Disk memory Software problems. Outdated Java, too old Launcher or OS - do you run the game Fullscreen? Misdownloaded/not properly updated Minecraft. You could try reinstalling Minecraft (the Launcher too).


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Try relaunching Dota 2 from the Big Picture Client. The result is that a different Steam layout appears whenever you Shift-Tab. See if you are now able to purchase.


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I would suggest you do make sure you are using the right version for your card and that you removed the previous files required on the SD card so that only the new files are there, otherwise version conflicts may occur. You didn't specify your update method and as I recall this card had two options: one to simply rewrite files on the SD card, and another ...


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the language above is dutch I dont know why but I typed it into google translate...it says you are missing a dll file which should be located in the directory shown below it. your best bet is to uninstall and reinstall the app that it is pointing to or to try to find that speciffic dll file and return it to that directory. first suggestion I would check ...


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If your players are moving quickly through new terrain so that the server has to create lots of new chunks this can happen. For example, one way to aggravate this issue is to get several players riding horses through previously unexplored territory. The issue can be aggravated by having players that use client-side cheat mods that let them travel super ...


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There are several reasons that could cause this problem: Broken/not fully working/ computer part - cooling fan, power cable (full processor/RAM). Software/virus/download going on in the background - to check running applications and their system values, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete --> Task Manager (Windows) Bad router - are you playing music? / are you/anybody ...


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Does sound still play from other programs? Check if eg. Youtube works - if not, it's that your computer processor got "into delay" and somehow left the sound behind, or stopped the sound because it was too loud ( = are you using headphones?). If other sound sources work well, it's a problem of Skyrim - a bug/glitch or something. You could try reinstalling ...


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I have found a Link on Steam that answers my question perfectly: Own Boxed Copies of DoW? Get Free Steam Keys With the shutting of Gamespy servers, we have been migrating our players over to Steam. However if you purchased box versions of the game and do not own the game on Steam, you do not need to re-purchase the games.We are ...


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I have worked out the issue and it was my own fault. I forgot that I was running the Synergy keyboard/mouse sharing application. It turns out the synergy server was receiving the keyboard input and trying to send it to another machine on my network. Turning off the service got the game working as expected (it's just weird that only some of the input was ...


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It had happened to me twice. At first I had Java-32 bit, I installed the minecraft 1.9 and everything was fine. but at starting the actual game either survival or creative it displays message upgrade your Java to 64 bit for performance*. I had a10-6800k so i upgraded the java now the launcher crashes and gives this message SOLUTION I cleanly uninstalled ...


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First and Foremost. Ubuntu is a vastly better operating system than any Version of windows. (IMO, Linux is alway better.) I had a Windows XP Laptop that would run Minecraft for a .5 - 2 hours, then crash due to overheating. Since you said that you have a laptop, there are a couple suggestions I would make. Optifine + Graphics on Low: If your computer is ...


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When you specify the x, y, and z parameters, all that it's doing is changing the origin of execution. Instead of selecting the nearest player to the command block, you're selecting the nearest player to the specified coordinates. But since you did not place any area limiters, it's going to look for a player no matter how far away they are. You will want to ...


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Well if you know your issue is from overheating there a couple ways of fixing it.. Your best bet is to get better airflow. In order to do this I am going to assume you are on a desktop (not a laptop). First, open up your PC (when it is turned off and unplugged from the wall). Clean up all dust you see as good as possible. Definitely make sure your fans are ...


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One of my friends had the same problem. In order to fix it, what we had to do was back up our saves, then delete minecraft entirely from the computer, then reinstall. You might be able to fix it another way, but we had been messing with it for around 3 days and couldn't figure out the problem.


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I would suggest using Spigot or Bukkit, but since that is a little bit out of this realm, I won't go into that. (I was running a 10-11 person server with Spigot in 1.8, only using 1 gig of ram). I would expect you would be having server amounts of lag, with the tick falling behind that much. Check the background processes on your computer,(you can do this ...


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Ok, so the server is just skipping ticks to catch up. This is not uncommon on personal computers. To get rid of this, you would have to get a better processor, or increase the amount of memory. You could also reduce the render distance that people on the server are using, allowing them to load fewer chunks.


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Out of my own personal experience with a few Nintendo Watch/Game devices, there is no way to turn them off. I tried pressing different buttons, but nothing worked. It is fine though,(You wouldn't turn off a watch, would you?) They do last for a long time. The one I had lasted for more than 6 months, (although I did not use it much).


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As best as I can tell, they cannot be turned off. There is a section about battery life in the Nintendo Wikia page about the fire that says: With the clock, the battery lasts an estimated 6 months with LR43 batteries and 12 months with SR43 batteries. If the user plays the game only one hour a day, the system would last for six months on LR43 ...


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this is the same problem for me. I think it might be that you need to change the security on the file with the problomaic frame in System32. Replying to about 'Faulty drivers' well i have intel iris pro so i dont think i would call that 'faulty,.


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You can have up to 200 vault dwellers. If you've hit your current cap, but haven't reached 200, you need to build additional Living Quarters or upgrade the ones you have.


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This only means you need to build more Living quarters and upgrade them to house more dwellers. You can have up to 200 dwellers. http://uk.ign.com/wikis/fallout-shelter/Living_Quarters


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Same to me. But try to change the mode. If you in survival mode, then you change to creative mode. Hope it will works Sorry to my bad english


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This error (ig75icd64.dll) is caused by outdated or broken Intel Graphics Card drivers. Go to https://downloadcenter.intel.com/ to download new ones. Also, in future, Google search the 'Problematic Frame' in the crash log. Usually (definitely in this case) it will return many results which will solve your problem. For example with this crash, you would ...


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I have used both a R9 270 and a GTX 970 with GTA IV, And Forcing AA with Enhance application settings x8 works great for me in either Nvidia Control Panel or Catalyst Control Center. It works really well. It also helps to select high quality texture. After that it looks almost as good as GTA V.



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