Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Success....

The other day, despite not many of you understanding my post, I was moaning about not being able to play my favourite video games. For more than 18 months and after much research, I decided to invest in a programmable gadget to help me. It took a bit to sort it out. After quite a bit of stress on my behalf and DB having earache by the end, here it is in situ in the PS3:
Once inserted and programme 1 is activated, I can play any game I wish. DS had bought me a PS3 game for my birthday last year but despite research telling me I would be able to play it, they lied, I couldn't. Now I can - result!

Some times you just have to bite the bullet and take action.

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  1. Well done. Technology scares me and I wouldn't have a clue! Seriously impressed.
    xx

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    1. So were we, as we hadn't a clue either!

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  2. Erm...well done! Still don't understand, but am glad you got it sorted!

    We got Betty a couple of filled cow hooves yesterday, along with some small cooked beef knuckle bones. She had one of the bones as a treat for being very good at the vets yesterday (annual booster plus some undignified prodding about - having her anal glands emptied...yuck!). She loved the knuckle bone, it kept her quiet for a couple of hours.

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    1. Good games cost as much as this gadget, once opened you lose a good deal of your money so at least that side of things is sorted out. We decided against filled as I like to know exactly what is in them. Ruby was also at the vets yesterday for her pre-spaying check. All well.

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  3. Very impressed. I became very lazy as I have son and grandson who are both techno whizzes and I’ve left it to them. They still look after my “devices” with some eye rolling but I have to await their convenience. Wish I’d kept up x

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    1. Same here but we managed it, this time.

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  4. We are not good with technology and rely on family to sort us out.

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    1. So annoying isn’t it but no doubt, a similar thing may happen to them as well, who knows.

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  5. Glad you can play your game now. We still need to hook up the wii game that Kris bought us a few years ago for Christmas. After the flood we just haven't gotten around to it.

    God bless.

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