Nimh wrote on Nov 28, 2019, 21:03:Mordecai Walfish wrote on Nov 28, 2019, 19:14:
the game ran perfect for me since launch, and i had maybe 1 crash getting through 50% of the game, but the most recent patch changed all that for me and there are numerous issues now. I wish they didnt force people to patch single player games like this.. everything was running so smoothly for me before.
I know this was not the norm for most people running the game, but it was rock solid on my system and its been a bit disappointing getting it forcibly downgraded like this so soon. its cheapened the single player experience with some of the physics bugs that have been introduced which kind of sucks because rdr2 single player is all ive been playing.
Try deleting all the files where your system.xml file is located (don’t delete system.xml). This should rebuild the cache properly.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on May 4, 2019, 22:37:Marvin T. Martian wrote on May 4, 2019, 10:40:
Woke up to the add-on bug and fixed it quickly with this.
"Update: Mozilla started to roll out a fix for Release, Beta, and Nightly versions of Firefox. The fix uses Mozilla Studies, and you need to make sure that this is enabled to get it. Mozilla notes that you may disable Studies again after the fix is applied and add-ons have been re-enabled. You need to make sure that "Allow Firefox to install and run studies" is checked on about:preferences#privacy."
full article https://www.ghacks.net/2019/05/04/your-firefox-extensions-are-all-disabled-thats-a-bug/
I used this same method. It took maybe... 20 minutes for it to update after I turned Studies on? Turned it off, uBlock and Ghostery are still working for me.
As a general rule, it's not a good idea to download scripts/executables/unoffical workarounds from random forum posts.
MeanJim wrote on May 4, 2019, 14:48:
I guess I got lucky and it broke then got fixed while my system was asleep.
Edit: Wow, literally 1 minute after posting this all of my addons disabled. Fuuuuu...
Edit #2: I used this fix someone posted in the comments on Mozilla's official fix.
eRe4s3r wrote on Apr 29, 2019, 19:07:Burrito of Peace wrote on Apr 29, 2019, 13:38:
All my fans are RGB and my new 1660Ti has an RGB strip in the shroud for the fans at the top of the card. If anything, this is nothing more than an evolution from the old CCT days from 20 years ago.
I used my RGB fans as system indicator lights. One acts as a drive activity light, one is a heat warning, another is network activity, and so on.
You know how many LED's my gaming rig has?
the power button
The rest of it is a well cooled, noise insulated steel fortress. Which is how you can tell I built my rig myself Because my rig is just like my heart. Dark, tungsten steel coated fluffiness.