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What solved my problem: Edit (with notepad) the UT2004.ini file on UT2004 installation folder. It should be something like this: ...\steamapps\common\Unreal Tournament 2004\System\UT2004.ini Uncomment the following line by removing the ; character. ;RenderDevice=OpenGLDrv.OpenGLRenderDevice


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If you are having issues charging your controller, and you have used various usb cables, ensure that you are using the USB cable that came with the system. You will know what it looks like because it has that distinctive ferrite core on the cable.


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This is an issue that occurs when downgrading from Minecraft 1.8 or higher without deleting your options.txt file or correcting its renderDistance entry. You can fix this by either deleting the file or changing renderDistance to 12 or lower. To do this, first open the game directory of the profile as described in this picture (sourced from here). After ...


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I'm not sure if you can apply it here, but I know there is a way to fix broken paths on circuit board. Here is the link that demonstrates how to do it:


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Looks like the launcher is using 32-bit Java instead. If you have the correct Java version installed, it should look like this: where Executable option points to the 64-bit Java executable file (either java.exe or javaw.exe).


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If you want to set the RAM to 2 Gigabytes, try typing "-Xmx2G" instead. If you ever seem to need more RAM for any reason, you can add more to the number; for example, typing "-Xmx3G" for 3 Gigabytes, "-Xmx4G" for 4 gigabytes, and so on.


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right click generals.exe and click Test Compatibility. I successfully played this game in Windows 8 in full resolution.Make sure you are able to save settings after the computer test the game for compatibility.


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Rebuilding your database will not have any negative effects on your PS4's data This is actually quite a common fix for many issues. I've seen it recommended many times especially regarding slow loading messages, trophy syncing, and the friends list (although I haven't had to use it myself). Basically, you could just think of it as a refragmenting of ...


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NOTE: I know this is an old question, but I wanted to try to help any future Googlers who are running into this issue. Based on this thread from the Steam Community forums, it appears that this error was due to an issue on Steam's side. If you're still having this problem, (and you're sure it isn't caused by an add-on) try reverifying your local content ...


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No matter how fast is your internet if its stable and you have low ping (use ping command to check your ping). When I tried using my iPhone as hotspot in one city I got really high speed (LTE) download and upload but ping to google servers or DNS was ~450ms which is bad. In another city (perhaps I was closer to cell tower) had stable ping 50ms. Another tip ...


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You might be able to disable hardware acceleration for this to work. And if I remember correctly, you can only do this with direct x dev tools or dev kit (whatever it's called). And I believe this is only possible up until Windows 7, but search for "disable hardware acceleration" might also help.


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This crash was caused by a feature called the server watchdog, which was added in 1.8. Its job is to shut the server down if a single server tick takes more than a configurable number of milliseconds (by default 60000, or 60 seconds). You can work around this by setting max-tick-time in server.properties to a higher number, or to -1, to disable it entirely. ...


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Apparently this is an issue with recent Intel HD graphics drivers. The only solution that has been found so far is to downgrade the drivers to a version from around/before June 2014. I heard of some people who actually had an NVidia card but still had this problem, but they actually had Intel HD integrated on their motherboard, and the system was simply not ...


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Did you complete Episode 1? As Telltale says, you need to complete The Order of the Stone so you can play Episode 2. If that doesn't work, try the following: Reinstall the game. Get a new disk and play the game [You won't start all over again. The progress is stored in the system]. Log in to Telltale if you haven't. This may cause a problem with the ...


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I have this issue too with a i7 4790k and a GTX 970. However, not with the same games that you have included in your question. But here are some solutions that have solved some user's problems: Install EVGA Precision X and activate K-Boost on your GTX960. Make sure you have every power setting (Windows, Nvidia) set to max and in every game. Overclock your ...


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From what I can find; "LoL uses roughly 20 kb/s (that's kiloBITs per second) when in game. It uses minuscule amounts while not in game running the client." - source As for your second question, I don't know how stable your phone's hotspot will be, but I do know people who have played League of Legends off their phone hotspots, and they didn't have too ...


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Replace the router. The router I was using was an old cable-modem/router. It wasn't correctly bridging the internet from the Wireless network. I replaced it with a DD-WRT router (physically a DIR-330 or something), reset to factory defauilts... and it all just worked.


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Okay, I'm not an expert, but I have an idea... It looks like your graphics card is rendering the model wireframes for some reason. You said that this is a screenshot, so that would indicate to me that this is being pulled directly from the graphic card's memory, which gives me the impression that there's nothing wrong with your display. If this happens ...


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In the past, I worked in a segment of the computer industry where we used naked LCD panels, independent from the control circuitry. (I'm not talking about a graphics card; the panel controller is a discrete component.) I've seen patterns like that when the controller was bad - either overheated or with manufacturing defects. Unfortunately, in retail ...



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