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It sounds like your controller is not synced with your Xbox. You can find full instructions on how to solve this here: Connect a controller to your Xbox 360. In short, there's a sync button on the front of the Xbox, and a sync button on the controller. Press the one on the Xbox. Within 20 seconds, press the one on the controller. Alternatively, you can ...


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Yes. Both Australia and Serbia use PAL. Related: this question regarding using a UK Xbox in Australia. Note, I am assuming the Xbox picked up in Serbia is a standard PAL version and that the games you are sending are also PAL (i.e. work fine on an Australian Xbox). If the Xbox is an American import, for example, then it will depend on the game. Some ...


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As well as the option to re-download your online pass through your download history, you can also just "purchase" another online pass. EA has made online passes across all its games free, including Battlefield 3. You will see confirmation that your purchase has a price of "free". The download is very small (around 100 KB). I just tried this on my Xbox, ...


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There are adapters you can get, I am almost 100% positive. Like this one here: http://cronusmax.com


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No, not possible. The controllers use different software and are incompatible.


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No. That is an xbox 360 controller for xbox which isn't compatible with playstation. You just have to save up money to get another dualshock 4.


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On the Xbox 360, you cannot connect external storage and use it as an official Xbox Hard drive. Source(s): You can play some original Xbox games on your Xbox 360 console if you have an official Xbox 360 Hard Drive. http://support.xbox.com/en-US/legacy-devices/original-console/play-original-games Also, "supported content" on the Xbox 360 page shows ...


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Absolutely. An Xbox 360 game running on the Xbox One has full multiplayer support. From the Xbox One Backward Compatibility FAQ: Can I do multiplayer gaming with friends who are playing the game on Xbox 360 or Xbox One? Yes. For games that offer multiplayer gaming, you'll be able to play with others who own the title on Xbox 360. Source: ...


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When you purchase a game on the Xbox 360 Marketplace, you get two licenses for playing the game: The first one is connected to your gamertag (profile), and allows you to always play the games you buy, on any console, as long as you are signed into that gamertag. The second license is connected to the Xbox 360 console you purchased the game on, and allows ...


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The 360 save will not be in the same format at the XB1 save. Additionally, saves are tied to the gamer profile that they were created with. I'm making the assumption that you and your friend are not sharing a profile, so even if it was the same platform, it could not be shared. Another limitation is that the two versions will be seen as two separate games ...


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The (incorrect) game art is from Project Spark. It took a bit to track down this specific instance of what looks like a cache bug to get the name (previous instances of it swapped the image out for "Lords and Kingdoms" of all things), but here's a thread that shows the same issue. It might actually be an issue on Microsoft's end, but if it bothers you, one ...


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Try to change your xbox time to the right time


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To enchant an item with multiple enchantments, you must have the extra effect perk. This allows you to enchant an item with two different enchantments. Some enchantments have two parts, see here for a list of enchantments, however disenchanting an item with two different enchantments will not allow you to add both enchantments as one enchantment to another ...


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I can't confirm this will work from experimentation with those exact discs, but I can be pretty confident that everything should be fine. Given that the DLC is designed to work with the base game, it would be extremely strange for a different version of the base game to be shipped with the DLC. I've had plenty of other games that came in a 2-disc set with ...


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You can trigger a map reset. Go to an area far away from both Karliah and the quest destination, then rest for 30 days straight. This should reset the NPC and actually cause her to show up at the destination.


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All I can think of is either revert to a previous save. Seems that that's all you can do to fix things (bunch of trial and error). If you WERE on PC, you could potentially use the console commands: RECYCLEACTOR or {click object actor is getting stuck on and} DISABLE [close console, wait a couple seconds, open console and] ENABLE. I've learned the hard ...



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