I was trying to install a video card, and got a message saying I needed to update my BIOS in order to properly configure it. My question is does anyone know how to do that? It said to contact my manufacture to do it, but the only number I have is for Tech support that is over seas, so I'm not sure if I should even waste my time with that if their is an easy way to handle it. Hopefully one of the more tech savy punsters can help me out.
I recently rooted my Droid 2, so I could overclock as well as remove some of the bloatware that Verizon pre-installs. I was going to try installing a custom ROM as well, but I'm having issues. I've installed ROM Manger and downloaded a couple ROMs to try (Liberty and Fission). When I try to install them, I click the button and the phone immediately reboots. I was under the impression that during the reboot was when it was supped to install the new ROM. Everything is the same, however, when the phone starts back up. Am I missing a step somewhere?
I could ask this question on the many Droid forums out there, but I wanted to ask people I knew and trusted first.
Besides styles, you can occasionally find trinkets, I got one the other day that allowed me to summon a giant ball with a superman logo on it that can be thrown at enemies and keeps bouncing, damaging everyone you his. I know it also holds trinkets that let you mimic other movement modes, like the joker jet pack that lets you mimic flight if you have acrobatics or super speed. I go everday, if nothing else, when you complete a style you get ten feat points, and every one hundred feat points gives you another skill point, so it's better to get styles from the vault rather than trying to farm baddies for em.
That's awesome. I knew about the game ending as soon as the main quest finishing, that's why I put off everything until Im done exploring.
I just went and got a 50 foot Ethernet cord and hooked it up. System update took a little bit and then the FO3 update took literally 1 minute. Broken Steel's on and now I'm good. Thanks again for pointing me in the right directions, guys.