So I’m tired of waiting for this damn game to get fixed. I knew I should have bought the Xbox 360 version, yes it has it’s share of problems but at least it’s playable.
I haven’t played Skyrim since before Christmas I think and that’s because it’s just unplayable with the lag.
Now Bethesda says a new patch is coming soon to fix the lag issue. Isn’t that what they said about the last patch?
I’m ready to just go and grab the PC version and take the PS3 version over to GameStop and get something else entirely.
I’m really sick of this, I paid $60 I think the day it came out and haven’t really been able to play it or enjoy it. How the hell did Bethesda NOT know about the lag issues on the PS3? Don’t they put the games through testing?
Why do we put up with companies releasing such buggy and crappy games? Ok the game itself isn’t crappy, but what’s going on is. I should have been able to play the damn game from day one and not have had to wait several months for a patch to let me play it.
So I posted a while ago about this stupid error from Netflix and Silverlight, back in June of last year actually, and there’s still no real fix for it. I have though figured out a way to use the new Silverlight 4 and not get the error and not have to revert back to SilverLight 3.
The fix is quick and easy just rename the mspr.hds file to something lese like oldmspr.hds.
I’m using Windows 7 Pro X64 version and it’s located at C:/ProgramData/Microsoft/PlayReady
Of course on Vista and XP the files location is elsewhere, but it should be right under Application Data in a similar location. You could also just search for the folder or file to find it and then open the location.
Renaming that file seems to fix the problem for now. When you rename it Windows will create another one in the folder actually. So it might fix the problem and it might not. As of right now though I’m watching Netflix with no issues, so I guess I’m temporarily happy until the next update of Silverlight anyway.
Hey AMD/ATI fix the damn cursor problem that you’ve had for over a year now..
I thought it was a video card issue, but I’ve got two 4870 cards and one 4890 card and they all do it when running windows 7. The cursor gets all weird and big when running ATI cards on Windows 7..
ATI and AMD have known about the problem but apparently just refuse to fix it.
The only fix I have is to turn Pointer Trails on or click the box for Display Pointer Trails and then slide the slider all the way to the left for short trails. The trails are not really visible at all, and I haven’t had the problem with the big cursor either.
Still though ATI/AMD needs to fix the issue.. if you hop over to their forums you’ll find many posts on the subject with a lot of unhappy customers..