• Which is better ps4 or xbox one?

    19 answers · Xbox · 2 days ago
  • My pc started smoking and never turned on again some help? plsss?

    Best answer: Sounds like a power supply failure. Unfortunately, a power supply failure is often catastrophic and will destroy other components in the process. Of course, do not send any more power through the pc or the components. Inspect each component where the power supply connects to it for damage (usually melting/burn... show more
    Best answer: Sounds like a power supply failure. Unfortunately, a power supply failure is often catastrophic and will destroy other components in the process.

    Of course, do not send any more power through the pc or the components. Inspect each component where the power supply connects to it for damage (usually melting/burn marks) on or around the connectors. If you notice melting or burn marks, its very likely that component is dead and will likely need to replace. Also, try using your sense of smell to determine whether or not the components may have been affected. If the components smell burnt/fried, especially after taking them out and letting them air out a bit, it also may mean they are damaged and may need replacement.

    If components show no signs of external damage, you can attempt to connect them to another pc (or your replacement pc) to see if they are still functional. This also includes USB devices that were connected at the time. They may not show signs of damage but they still may be. Use another pc to test them.

    This is what happens when you don't use a decent quality power supply, and/or when you let too much dust and dirt build up inside the power supply and pc. Often times on pre-built computers, the power supply is very low quality. So its recommended you replace the stock power supply in many cases, especially if you do any hardware additions or upgrades and/or overclocking.

    When you buy decent quality power supplies, sometimes they will replace the damaged hardware if you send them proof and they find the cause was a defect in the power supply. (the really cheap brands won't do that. probably because they know their shitty psus cant wait to catch on fire)
    10 answers · PC · 2 days ago
  • Need an Xbox username!!!???

    So I'm getting an Xbox one s this black Friday and I need a cool usernames, not any silly ones. My name is Sergio so if you can somehow be able to make a cool username with my actual name, that would be dope too.
    So I'm getting an Xbox one s this black Friday and I need a cool usernames, not any silly ones. My name is Sergio so if you can somehow be able to make a cool username with my actual name, that would be dope too.
    9 answers · Xbox · 2 days ago
  • What improvements will happen when I play Playstation 4 Slim version on a 4K PC monitor on displayport?

    Best answer: None.

    PS4 Slim doesn't support Display Port, nor does it support 4k. It only outputs 1080p - and even then most games are still 720p.
    Best answer: None.

    PS4 Slim doesn't support Display Port, nor does it support 4k. It only outputs 1080p - and even then most games are still 720p.
    6 answers · PlayStation · 1 day ago
  • Should I buy my son a PS4 for his birthday or an Xbox One?

    Best answer: Xbox One it's cheaper
    Best answer: Xbox One it's cheaper
    8 answers · Xbox · 2 days ago
  • Having a hard time choosing between xbox one s and a ps4 slim?

    I have found a deal for and xbox one s for 200 euros just the console but i dont really like xbox exclusives and I always kind of wanted a ps4 because I like their exclusives. That being said the ps4 slim is 300 euros and i find it hard to just give an extra 100 so I can t decide. The thing is that I heard that... show more
    I have found a deal for and xbox one s for 200 euros just the console but i dont really like xbox exclusives and I always kind of wanted a ps4 because I like their exclusives. That being said the ps4 slim is 300 euros and i find it hard to just give an extra 100 so I can t decide. The thing is that I heard that xbox controllers don t recharge and only take batteries ( which could potentially be a deal braker for me tbh ). In regards to games i have missed every console generation since ps1 so the backwards compatibility of xbox is REALLY intriguing to me dont know if its any good though . Could you post some advice and could it be detailed please , I mean at least not just say "Xbox" or "PS4". Thank you
    4 answers · Xbox · 5 days ago
  • Why is my pc so slow??

    Idk why but pretty much every aspect of my pc is slow and buggy. The typing is laggy, opening is laggy, games are unplayable, and dont even get me started on the internet speed. I have a pretty slow internet speed but it shouldnt effect the speed of pc tasks right? My specs are intel core i5 6500, my gpu is a gtx... show more
    Idk why but pretty much every aspect of my pc is slow and buggy. The typing is laggy, opening is laggy, games are unplayable, and dont even get me started on the internet speed. I have a pretty slow internet speed but it shouldnt effect the speed of pc tasks right? My specs are intel core i5 6500, my gpu is a gtx 960, I have 8 GBs of ram, I just upgraded my hard drive for a total of 3 TBs of space, and I have a 650 watt psu. I know for a fact I dont have any viruses on it either and it's only about a year old. Any suggestions to make it not slow and buggy?
    5 answers · PC · 2 days ago
  • Is this PC good enough for Gaming?

    Best answer: There's two items that's missing to make an accurate assessment... * More in-depth details of your processor * Graphics Card Right now... Your computer is NOT SUITABLY CAPABLE of major gaming, mostly because you need a graphics card to cover the 3D requirements for games. A basic Nvidia GTX 1050 (~$100)... show more
    Best answer: There's two items that's missing to make an accurate assessment...

    * More in-depth details of your processor
    * Graphics Card

    Right now... Your computer is NOT SUITABLY CAPABLE of major gaming, mostly because you need a graphics card to cover the 3D requirements for games. A basic Nvidia GTX 1050 (~$100) would get it up to Mid-Range gaming capability, but would likely want to go with a GTX 1060 (~$220) or better (OR AMD Equivalence) for higher capability.

    The information about the processor is very minimal (only being AN Intel Core i7 processor running at 3.5 Ghz), but providing the model number (like Core i7-4765T) can provide more information for those who are willing to do some research (in the example, that's a 4th generation Core i7 low-power processor that runs at 2.0 Ghz on idle).


    You may want to consider increasing your RAM to 16 GB & get more storage space (as 500 GB's is a bit small), but that's not as critical.
    5 answers · PC · 3 days ago
  • Ps4 ps plus???

    It is around £40 a year or £6.99 a month for ps plus? 6.99 a month works out to more than double 40???
    It is around £40 a year or £6.99 a month for ps plus? 6.99 a month works out to more than double 40???
    6 answers · PlayStation · 4 days ago
  • Weird Super Paper Mario conspiracy?!?!?

    Best answer: Discs are read-only. You don't save games on the disc. The disc just has the game.

    The games are saved on the system. So yes, the system remembered your previous save and continued it from where it left off.
    Best answer: Discs are read-only. You don't save games on the disc. The disc just has the game.

    The games are saved on the system. So yes, the system remembered your previous save and continued it from where it left off.
    4 answers · Nintendo Wii · 3 days ago
  • Does God listen to the Wii Mii channel music when he's creating humans?

    Best answer: Definetely
    Best answer: Definetely
    4 answers · Nintendo Wii · 3 days ago
  • Why is my high spec pc running like a potato?

    My pc used to be able to run very demanding games like gta v in 4k, Battlefront etc. I reset it to factory settings and now it can t even run simple games. The specs are: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6gb 16 gb RAM Intel Core i7 -4790 3.60GHz Probably missed something.
    My pc used to be able to run very demanding games like gta v in 4k, Battlefront etc. I reset it to factory settings and now it can t even run simple games. The specs are: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6gb 16 gb RAM Intel Core i7 -4790 3.60GHz Probably missed something.
    7 answers · PC · 6 days ago
  • Would you ever buy this if Sony were to release it?

    One of the things that the PS4 lacks is the backwards compatibility. So here's the thing, what if Sony were to release a new console that essentially is like a more modern day HD version of the PS2 console? By that, I mean this new console is going to be able to play PS1 and PS2 games (Both physical and... show more
    One of the things that the PS4 lacks is the backwards compatibility. So here's the thing, what if Sony were to release a new console that essentially is like a more modern day HD version of the PS2 console? By that, I mean this new console is going to be able to play PS1 and PS2 games (Both physical and Digital copies), so if you happen to have the game's disc then you can pop it into the optical drive, or if you had purchased it on the PS3's version of the PS Store, then you can download it and play it. It can also connect to the PS Store, and play the apps like YouTube, Netflix, Crackle, etc., also you can play back media files such as video, music and picture files on this console. It would also have a hard drive to save the files, and a optical drive that reads CD, DVD, and BluRay. So essentially, it'll be like the original PS3, but it's just that it lacks the PS3 backwards capability because the intention of this console is to allow us to play older games from the 90's to mid 2000's but still be able to use a more modern stuffs like BluRay, Netflix, etc. PS. Unless if the servers for popular games like Star Wars Battlefront were back up, no, it doesn't have online multiplayer.
    4 answers · PlayStation · 4 days ago
  • I bought PC video game but I don t have a spot for disks?

    Best answer: Reinterpreting what you posted: 1) You bought an optical disc (CD or DVD) "south park game for PC". 2) The computer on which the game is to run has no optical drive. 3) You know the process to install the optical disc game onto the computer means an optical drive that can read the discs needs to be... show more
    Best answer: Reinterpreting what you posted:
    1) You bought an optical disc (CD or DVD) "south park game for PC".
    2) The computer on which the game is to run has no optical drive.
    3) You know the process to install the optical disc game onto the computer means an optical drive that can read the discs needs to be connected to the computer.
    4) You know an appropriate external optical drive is ~$20.
    5) You don't want to buy the optical drive.

    Interpretations and a suggestion:
    a) llaffer and Tasm suggested that the discs are returned from where they were purchased and the game manufacturer web site be visited to see if the game can be downloaded and installed. If the game packaging was opened, it may not be returnable. Usually, the box containing the disc(s) for the game is marked that discs are inside and what version (Windows, Macintosh, etc.) are supported - along with minimum requirements... including CPU speed, RAM, available hard drive space requirements and CD or DVD drive.

    If the game packaging was opened without reading the requirements, then you're stuck as most retailers will not take back opened software. They have no way to know if the game was installed, then returned.

    Ubisoft makes the South Park games. When you go to the Ubisoft web site, "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" game has 4 ways to be acquired: PC (Download), PC DVD, PS4 and Xbox One.

    llaffer's suggestion is accurate - assuming the package was not opened.

    b) If the package was opened then the only (legal) option is to invest in an external DVD drive. Tasm is accurate.

    c) Go to the Ubisoft site and ASK THEM what your alternatives are using the "Contact us" link.

    There is no magical way for a computer to read an optical disc without a compatible, connected, optical disc drive. A couple for $12:
    https://smile.amazon.com/DLPIN-External-Protable-Notebook-Computer/dp/B01EL51X4Q
    https://smile.amazon.com/ZSTBT-External-Portable-Notebook-Computer/dp/B01LYBAPKE
    https://smile.amazon.com/ZSTBT-External-Portable-Notebook-Computer/dp/B01M1I94II

    You can try making a disc image of the DVD on another computer with a DVD drive, transfer the disc image to a USB stick, copy the disc image to the target computer and try to install it that way. Chances are low this will work.
    8 answers · PC · 1 week ago