Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
You either have a lot of mallware and spyware. use online scanners for scanning the computer and ccleaner for checking what applications and services are running at the startup of the system (and also to clean up your computer).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Next time the game is loading, try clearing out the cache. You can do this by holding down the A button while the game loads. When you see the Oblivion title screen come up, your cache should be cleared. This may clear up your issue. If that doesn't do it for you, you can try to clear the cache out another way. There are many websites that can assist you with that. When in google, search for: Clear XBOX 360 cache. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
Get a good quality DVD lens cleaning kit. Follow the direction on the lens cleaner disc carefully.
If this does not solve your problem, You probably hanve a heat related issue with the processors. All PS3 Consoles are showing up with dried up heat Transfer compound betwen the Processors and heat sinks. You will need to contact SONY at www.playstation.com. You will need your receipt and the Warranty sticker must be intact for Sony to exchange your PS3. I wish you the best of luck
Posted on Nov 12, 2007
I'm assuming that when you say "chipped" you mean "hacked"
If this is the case and you have an M33 firmware, you have 2 options.
1. get it reflashed or update it to a newer firmware which will reset all of your settings.
2. press select and at the top of the screen there will be a menu that you can change 2 cpu speeds. play with those settings until the games play smoothly.
If that doesn't work your only option is choice #1.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
Hi, your X-BOX is overheating. this will continue to progress. Read the following details below to combat this issue before it ruins the gpu.
Alternativly Overheating can be cause by the console locking up or "freezing" after a set amount of time. Lockups that occur at a specific point in a game are generally problems with the game itself and not caused by overheating.
THINGS TO TRY
Note You may have to wait several hours for the console to cool enough. Do not turn on the console when the console is hot.
To try to prevent this problem, use the following precautions:
Some people think that doing this might help "fix" an overheating console, in fact doing so could cause even bigger problems. Electronic devices like your console are made to function at and around room temperature, extreme cold temperatures can often cause just as many problems as extreme warm temperatures (such as overheating). Also if the console is located in a dramatically cold area while running, the difference in temperature between the hot console and cold air can create condensation which in turn will short out your console making the situation far worse. Condensation will happen more quickly if your console is overheating due to the greater difference in temperature. In short... DON'T DO IT.
A more aggressive Solution to overheating is to improve the cooling system of the console. The best solution is to replace the thermal compound. If you attempt this you do so at your own risk. If you're console is still under warranty it is recommended that you contact MS for a replacement before attempting to fix it yourself.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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