OK, so my Rebirth has color problems. I know this is caused by the wire inside, but how do I fix this, or could anyone fix it for me?
If I have the game open a bit, I get the right colors...but open a bit more and i get color distortion, purple and green.
OK, having a problem with my Rebirth.
It was working just fine last night. I put it on the charger.
This morning...could not get screen to come up...even holding power witch and Pandora button...nothing.
The green light in the right was on, and green lights on left blinking occasionally.
Not actually considering letting go of my Pandy myself. For one thing, not sure that the Pyra will play old .pnd files and I have some customm stuff on mine. And I like my Pandy, anyway. I was thinking of it in terms of people who wanted to upgrade...maybe could...and the poorer folks - like...
Actually, my bank charges nothing, and will just pay in the correct exchange rate...in the currency I choose.
But I still wanted to know about how many Yankee Dollars would be missing from my account.
I did this before when I was in Thailand. Just used my bank credit card, and they did...
Thanks for all the info! I think Mint or Ubuntu sounds the best for a starting place for me.
Incidentally, I NEVER use public hotspots, and ESPECIALLY not for work stuff. I have to be very security-conscious in the work I do...one of the reasons I am considering a Linux approach to this. For...
I was actually thinking more in terms of video. That and games that are not very graphics-intensive. I'm pretty old-school where games are concerned.
Just thought it would be neat to have a way to have more screen real-estate without a friggin' 20-foot cable going to my TV.
Is there any way anyone knows about...where you could put the screen of your Pandora up on a laptop?
Just totally curious if it could be done.
Mind, I have an old laptop, so probably do not have all the cool connections, just USB and probably a few other things...
So far, there are 3 recommends on Mint, and at least one each for Ubuntu, Debian, and Slackware.
I will have to look into these. This is not something happening tomorrow, but within the next 6-12 months.
Thanks for the suggestions. So what type of laptop would you recommend for that?
That's a pretty neat trick about keeping the original copies on the Linux system (even if it won't run there) so that you always have a working copy which can then be copied to the Windows environment via the...
OK, basically, we are talking about an old HP laptop that currently is running Windows 7.
Basically, I was wondering what Linux type system would look and feel and function the most like what I am used to, which is Windows.
Then there is the matter of certain programs which I need for...