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Sometimes Skyrim doesn't delete dead bodies (or it takes an unreasonable amount of time). I for one had a dead troll at Whiterun's Gate that I didn't even kill and he stayed there for almost a whole game month. If you are playing on PC, you can use the console to manually delete the corpses. To do that you have to enter in the console, and click on the ...


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Neither. Both Xbox 360 and PS3 make terrible PCs. It used to be that you could run Linux on the PS3, but Sony removed that ability in 2010. That may be where your supercomputer recollection comes from. As of today, there's no way to run PC software on either the Xbox 360 or the PS3 without going through far more trouble and expense than just buying a ...


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Since you are on Xbox, the easiest way is to rest a long time and reset that map area. Here are the steps: go to a far away place rest for 30 days straight You're going to a far away place so the map you want to reset is no longer in use, and the 30 days is to reset it.


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No. You can not share a Kinect sensor for Xbox 360 with an Xbox One. As @Ramhound points out, the two iterations of the Kinect sensor do not even use the same connection. The first Kinect uses standard USB, while the Xbox One accepts it's Kinect through a different connection that I assume was designed for the Kinect v2. You can still plug a Kinect v1 ...


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Whether you mean achievement points or credit, neither transfer to new Xbox accounts. Instead, simply sign in to the original account. Everything will transfer across, including achievements, credit, and backwards-compatible games. You may also be signed in to the same account on an Xbox One, while you are also signed in on an Xbox 360.


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I'm not sure how to enable it, but it is possible to be logged in to Xbox Live and appear offline. This will hide your current activity from anyone on your friends list. Since you are connected to Xbox Live, this lets you do anything that requires Xbox Live as usual (playing multiplayer, sending messages, etc.).


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The most definitive way to check is in software. Have them boot the Xbox, then: Scroll right to "System" Choose "Settings" Choose "Storage" Highlight the Hard Drive in the list Press "Y" This will display the size of the hard drive in gigabytes. If they can't (or won't) boot the Xbox, then run, run away as fast as you can. Failing that, some Xboxes ...


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Dead bodies usually despawn after a while. There were some bodies in river wood and after a while when I went back they had despawned so no worries. Just wait a little bit. If it really bothers you, you can just drag the bodies away somewhere where you won't see them. (To drag bodies or pick up object without moving them into your inventory hold the A button ...



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