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I am trying to run a game in my laptop,it is giving me an error that Unspported colour bpp mode,try changing it to 16 bit or 32 bit in display configuration.i have checked my display config. and i tried with both 16 and 32 bit ,but even after changing the setting i am getting the same error .

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Error message unsupported 16 bit application


16 bit software is not compatible with 64-bit engines.
The lowest number of software bits, called bit width, a 64b system can sometimes run if lucky, is 32b.
16 bits is the equivalent of 1 byte.
64 bits is therefore 4 bytes wide.
This means that the 64b system reads digitally coded instructions 4 bytes at a time, as one function to perform.
So if it tries to read all 4 bytes of a 16 bit 1 byte program it just sees meaningless garbage.
In fact, the header of the program file will ID it as 16 bits so that the 64 bit system knows not to even try to run it, as random weird instructions could corrupt or damage the computer.

Dec 04, 2017 | Activision Hyperblade for Windows

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1992 lincol town car,no rear lights or brake lites, only turn signal and hazard lights work, front lights fine. And about the same time instrument cluster light went out.


The Park Lamps and Instrument Panel illumination lamps are controlled by the lighting control module. The problem could be either the headlamp switch or the Lighting control module. Most likely, the head lamp switch.
The most likely cause of the brake lamps not working would be a failed Brake Pedal Position (BPP) switch. It could also be caused by the multifunction switch. To find out if it is the BPP, check for power at the BPP switch. One terminal has a Light Green and Red (LG/R) wire and the other has a Plain Light Green (LT GN) wire. The LG/R wire should be hot at all times. The LT GN wire should be hot only when the pedal is pressed down.

If there is no power at all, there is probably a blown fuse at fuse #10 (20 Amp) in the Central Junction Box (CJB) located uder the left side of the dash. If this fuse is blown, you have a short circuit between the CJB and the BPP switch.

If there is power only on the LG/R wire even with the pedal pressed, then replace the BPP switch.

If there is power on both sides of the BPP then check fuses #20 (7.5 Amp) and #22 (20 Amp) also locatedin the CJB.

If fuse #20 is blown, you have a short between the BPP and the Lighting Control Module. If fuse #22 is blown, you could have a short anywhere from the BPP through the Multifunction Switch all the way back to the brake lamps themselves.

The Brake lamps, Turn Signals, and Park Lamps all share the same ground, so if the Turn Signals are working, it is not likely a ground problem.

Please also review this article: Where's The Fuse?

Mar 09, 2011 | 1999 Lincoln Town Car

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I have a 04 Ford F150 and the gear shift keeps getting stuck in park.


Is this when you press the brake pedal ? If yes :
New Body style 2004 F-150
Check the BPP ( Brake Pedal Position ) Switch for the shift interlock circuit.Use a meter to a known good ground to the wire in the connector :
Fuse # 16 is the Tan w/ Red Stripe wire to the switch Should be hot in run or start positions
Pink w/ Light green stripe wire should have 0 V DC with the brake pedal off. When you press on the brake pedal, this wire should have + VDC.
The BPP is mounted to the brake pedal lever, low with 4 wires to it ( the other 2 wires are for the brake lamp circuit ).
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If you have power on both sides of the BPP with the pedal pressed down, the next 2 things are the solenoid ( part of the ignition switch ) or the shift interlock itself.

Nov 05, 2010 | 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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I have a 2004 F150 supercrew 4x4 and it will not shift into park and when I start it I have to put it into neutral any help Thanks


Sounds like the shift interlock circuit has an issue.

This can be 1 of 3 places

1. The fuse for the Shift Interlock circuit. This is fuse #16

2. The shift interlock switch. This is part of the BPP ( Brake Pedal Position ) Switch that also controls the brake lamps. There are 2 switches in the BPP switch, 1 for the shift interlock, the other the brakes. The circuit in the BPP switch for the shift interlock is the Tan w/ Red stripe wire ( from fuse # 16 ) to Pink w/ Light Green stripe ( to the shift interlock solenoid ).
Test both side of this circuit with a meter ( to ground ) you should have power on the Tan w/ Red stripe wire any time the key is in the Start or Run position.
The Pink w/ Light Green stripe wire should have power any time the brake pedal is pressed down.
If you do not have power at the Pink w/ Light Green stripe wire, you need a new BPP switch.
If you have power with the brake pedal pressed on this wire, you need a new Shift Interlock Solenoid.

Jul 05, 2010 | 2004 Ford F150

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Fuse that locks the steering wheel and shifter keeps blowing. Where shuold i look for a problem?


On the 2004 New Body style truck, the shift interlock switch is part of the BPP ( Brake Pedal Position ) switch.

Take a a look at the wiring on the switch to make sure it is not crimped / damaged some how. The wiring path is fairly short with the column shifter.

The shift interlock wiring path

Fuse #16 to BPP Switch is Tan w/ Red stripe wire
BPP to shift interlock solenoid is Pink with Light green stripe wire.

Pull the connector on the BPP, replace Fuse #16 ( if needed ) and jumper the back of the connector with a paper clip ( be careful not to make contact with ground, it will blow the fuse ) through the back of the connector.
If the fuse blows, the Shift Interlock Solenoid is the issue, if not the BPP or where the wires were located when the connector was plugged in is the issue ( that is part of checking the wire to / from the BPP for damaged insulation ).

Jan 06, 2010 | 2004 Ford F150

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Brake lights stuck on a 2006 Ford F150


On the brake pedal is the BPP ( Brake Pedal Position ) Switch. This seems to not be returning to the off position.

Can you put the truck into drive without pressing on the brake pedal ?

If you can, the BPP switch is the problem ( held in the closed position ), and the BPP switch needs to be replaced.

Jan 05, 2010 | 2006 Ford F-150

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Brake lights on


If you disconnect brake switch, do the lights go off. If you have trailer tow, maybe that wire is an issue. I suggest check brake switch first. Maybe out of position. I think you need to adjust the switch.
  1. Install the BPP switch.
  2. Adjust the BPP switch. Refer to the procedure in this section.
  3. Tighten the BPP switch locknut to 12-15 Nm (9-11 lb-ft).
  4. Connect the BPP switch electrical connector.
  5. Connect the battery ground cable.

ADJUSTMENTS Brake Pedal Position (BPP) Switch

1. Measure the distance between the brake pedal stopper and the threaded end of the brake pedal position (BPP) switch. The BPP switch height (A) should be 0.3-1.0mm (0.012-0.039 inch).

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2. If the BPP switch height is not within specification, loosen the BPP switch locknut.
3. Adjust the BPP switch until the height is within specifications. Tighten the BPP switch locknut to 12-15 Nm (9-11 lb-ft).

Hope helped with this. Good luck (remenber rated this help).

Nov 25, 2009 | 1998 Mercury Mystique

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XP inside VirtualBox Crashes Whenever A Game is Launched.


YOUR GRAPHICS CARD IS TO SMALL AND IF YOU USING WINDOWS 64BIT DOWNGRADE TO 32 BIT

Jul 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Media Centre 2005 for...

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Can anyone tell me what # fuse it is for the brake lights? I changed the bulbs but they keep blowing.


fuse 13, 20 amp yellow.

  • The Stoplamps Are Inoperative
  • Fuse(s).
  • Brake pedal position (BPP) switch.
  • Circuitry.
  • Lamp outage module (if equipped).
  • GO to Pinpoint Test J .
  • One or More Stoplamps Are Inoperative
  • Stoplamp bulb.
  • Circuitry.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test K .
  • The Stoplamps Are On Continuously
  • BPP switch.
  • REPLACE the brake pedal position (BPP) switch.


please give a good rating. thanks

May 11, 2009 | 2000 Ford Explorer

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1998 Mercury Villager Break light switch


go here for help. http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/villagerquest/

Brake light circuit goes through turn signal switch. Do turn signals work ok? Does high mount stop lamp do this too? If you disconnect brake switch, do the lights go off? Do you have trailer tow? Maybe that wire is an issue. I would check brake switch first again. Maybe out of position.

I think you need to adjust the switch.

Installation
  1. Install the BPP switch.
  1. Adjust the BPP switch. Refer to the procedure in this section.
  1. Tighten the BPP switch locknut to 12-15 Nm (9-11 lb-ft).
  1. Connect the BPP switch electrical connector.
  1. Connect the battery ground cable.
Section 17-01: Lighting, Exterior 1998 Villager Workshop Manual
ADJUSTMENTS Brake Pedal Position (BPP) Switch
  1. Measure the distance between the brake pedal stopper and the threaded end of the brake pedal position (BPP) switch. The BPP switch height (A) should be 0.3-1.0mm (0.012-0.039 inch).


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  1. If the BPP switch height is not within specification, loosen the BPP switch locknut.
  1. Adjust the BPP switch until the height is within specifications.
  1. Tighten the BPP switch locknut to 12-15 Nm (9-11 lb-ft).
STOPLAMPS Condition Possible Source Action
  • Stoplamps/Rear Hi-Mount Lamp Inoperative
  • Fuse.
  • Circuit.
  • Brake pedal position (BPP) switch.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test Step K1 .
  • One or More Stoplamps Inoperative
  • Stoplamp bulb(s).
  • Circuit.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test Step L1 .
  • Stoplamps/Rear Hi-Mount Lamp On Continuously
  • BPP switch.
  • REPLACE the BPP switch.


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Apr 20, 2009 | 1998 Mercury Villager

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