I've had the same issue after the rockstar launcher update, I've tried deleting configs, fresh game install, lowering settings, rolling back drivers, fresh windows installs, safe mode, turning off all startup items, giving the exes admin access, launching from the GTALauncher exe with steam exited. Pretty much anything you can think of I've tried.
The only ...
You can gameshare if you both have an Xbox One and all the games you have bought on the store will be shared for you both to play at the same time. To do this, follow these instructions (for your new Xbox One without the game):
Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the Guide. Scroll over to the tab with your player icon and select Add new.
this seems like a really unofficial looking error. are you sure you downloaded this from the official site? there is, in fact, a Mac version.
regardless, though, you shouldn't lose your stuff. as Ben said in the comments above, if you're still paranoid, you can copy the folders you need from the Minecraft folder to a new one, moving it back after.
according to the comments of this link, this is a DNS issue. whatever your network provider/firewall/VPN service is, it's blocking crucial files needed by the Launcher to install. the fix one user used in the aforementioned link is changing your computer's DNS settings to use Google's public DNS server (22.214.171.124).
You would have to buy another copy, you would also have to create another Xbox account for the new Xbox as you can't sign into multiple Xboxes with a single account.
Games are tied to the account that they were purchased under.
LogMeIn Hamachi is a virtual private network (VPN)[...]. It is capable of establishing direct links between computers that are behind network address translation ("NAT") firewalls without requiring reconfiguration (when the user's PC can be accessed directly without relays from the Internet/WAN side); in other words, it establishes a connection over the ...
The issue was caused by "subsurface scattering", which according to the game's description "improves skin rendering"... this can be a bug in Nvidia's drivers (436.48 version currently installed) or in the game.
enabling reflections also changes the look of the scene significantly:
This seems to be a common bug.
Apparently, you can fix the issue by changing HDRMode=1 to HDRMode=0 in the re7_config.ini file, under the header [Display].
The file can be found in the Resident Evil 7 game folder (under '/Steam/steamapps/').
How to install Minecraft texture packs - Mac OS:
On the top of the screen click "Go"
There will be a list of items drop down.
Hold down the alt / Option Key.
There should be a "Library" button that appears.
Click on "Library" and hold down alt / Option Key.
Open the "Application Support" Folder
Then open the "Minecraft" Folder.
You can disable the cel-shading post-processing effect if you don't mind losing that signature thick black outline on all 3D models. This improves framerate dramatically. For me, it jumped up to 80-120 in all 3 of these games.
There is already a Q&A about doing this but the asker specifically wanted to get rid of this effect not knowing it can actually ...