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The Xbox 360 hard drive will keep your data even if you switch off or unplug the Xbox. That's what it's for. As long as you save your game before unplugging the Xbox, you'll be able to continue where you left off.


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Normally you can't transfer DLC from one system to another. You'd have to purchase it for both consoles. In Destiny's case, there was a 'Last Gen to Next Gen' upgrade program for select DLC, but only for a limited time. You probably qualified for this when you bought the first expansion. But it expired on January 15, 2015. (This is assuming you purchased ...


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If you are playing on IOS and you are at the first pit, you have to run down the little bit of space you have, and then jump. Getting up to the edge and jumping won't work. It takes some practice to keep your finger on the screen to get him to run and then jump, but it will work.


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The saves will not transfer. According to this forum post, the moderator confirmed that save games cannot be transferred between consoles.


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The other answers left out a step, making it hard to figure out how to make changes. Here's a step-by-step list showing how you turn off the annoying notifications on Xbox 360: Press XBox Guide button (the big button on the top center of the controller) Navigate to the "Settings" tab (last one on the right) Select "Preferences" Select "Notifications" ...


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Go to Settings>Account>Download History and see if you can download it from there. If not, go to Settings>Account>License Transfer and perform a license transfer, then download the DLC from the Arcade.


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The XBox uses a FAT32 format system, whereas most PCs use NTFS. The two versions are way off in terms of update progress. Also, PC saves use a different storage system than XBox, having converted to Anvil storage quite a while ago.


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If one account has access to XBox LIVE Gold, you can simply have the other log into the "Guest" account that is on the XBox console.


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The best way to get it, is the end boss in the Tiny Tina DLC. He often drop very good weapons. I got 2 infinities just from him. Off-Topic: I would suggest the unkept harold as it has much more damage and can be easily farmed in the Torgue DLC at the bar. But anyway, it depends on your skill. You want it for the first shot skill, right?


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this is kind of dependant on what the game does. some games have specific wallpapers for achievements while others use a simple image. The custom backgrounds was part of the November 2014 update which was around the same time Far Cry 4 launched, so it's understandable they did not have specific backgrounds. It's also a third party game, so I'm not sure that ...


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According to this wiki page, the best enemies for farming infinity are Doc Mercy, the guy from Zed's quest, and the Gold Golem in the mines from the Tiny Tina DLC.


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You can view your purchase and download history for your account on the Microsoft website. You can filter that list down to Arcade Games, or Full Games to view just the games you have got, or you can view the full list which includes things like apps and DLC.


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Creating the New game and the issue persisting into the NEW save slot made me suspect a problem with the games underlying files (not just something with the save) I went out to the main menu -> System -> Storage -> Assassins Creed Rogue -> Removed the "Install" one (It listed it as a saved game, but the title of the file mentions its the install.) This is ...


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If your Xbox interface is not HD, that means you're not using HDMI. As you mentioned, you are using AV2 as your TV input, which means that you are using a regular composite (RGB) cable, not HDMI. Most of the time, a composite cannot transmit a high-definition signal; it can only transmit regular PAL. You need to change out your A/V output to an HDMI cable. ...


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After you sign in and go to My Account on the Xbox live website, you can go to Payment & Billing. There it should say how much money was credited to your account. I would imagine that they would credit you the equivalent of $20US in Australian dollars, so like $25.83. If this is not the case, I would contact Microsoft but their system should be smart ...


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I stripped off most of the casing apart from the front, back and bottom and now it rarely overheats


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Playing a game is way more demanding than playing a movie so of course the Xbox generates way more heat then. However playing a game should not cause it to overheat, you say you've already cleaned it so it's probably not dust in the system. Try putting the system in a place where more air can flow around it. Also keep it far away from the power brick, first ...


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Open it up, remove dust, check if the cooler is still decently mounted on the motherboard. Over time the motherboard might bend, severing the connection with the aluminium cooling block. Maybe apply some new cooling paste. You could also get one of those cooler strips to mount on the backside.


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Go to the y button menu go to housing and walk to the room you want Hanno to go to press a while your in the housing for Hanno on the housing menu. Press a while yoor cursor is on his face.


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Go to Settings>System Settings>Display> and play with the setting to see if that works. For most modern TVs the optimal resolution is named 1080i or 1080p depending on what device your using. It can also depend on whether you are using HDMI or AV.


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My xxbox 360 started doings those things just before the Red Rings Of Death (RROF) apeared. I suggest you (if your xbox360 still has warranty) to call to the microsoft offices so the can change your xbox, that was what i did. Later it happened again and i had no warranty anymore, so i took my xbox to a hardware shop so they could fix it, that can be the best ...


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In order for the controller to 'turn on' the application needs to be open. When you load up the computer open up task manager and search for 'XBoxStat.exe' That needs to be running for the controller to work. You will need to change the settings to run that program on startup for the controller to turn on on startup.


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I had this happen to me. From what I have determined, it was in my case, hard drive failure. You will especially notice these issues when you load a save or if it attempts to load DLC / installed content. It is a common issue with hard drives in general. Over time, especially if used a lot over a short period, they can suffer wear and tear and simply fail. ...


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You could try making your room invalid temporarily. An example would be replacing the floor completely with platforms. Once that is done the NPC should pick a different home to live in, go somewhere else in the world for a day and come back and they should be elsewhere (I think day/night changes cause NPCs to warp home). I believe you should be safe to ...


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More than likely, it's a Crimson Altar. It's basically the same thing as a Demon Altar. Crimson Altars show up when there is Crimson present on the map, and Demon Altars show up when there's Corruption on the map (it's either/or).



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