@GTR12: Thank you for responding. My TV is a Samsung UN37EH5000FXZA.
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I've had a PS4 Pro for less than a month, and am using it with a Samsung 1080p LED (with the HDMI cable that came with the PS4 Pro). About once every 5-6 times I turn on the PS4 Pro, the screen will flicker for about 20 seconds and then reset itself to normal; if I restart the PS4 Pro before that happens, that also fixes it.
Even though it's a random and temporary issue, it's still aggravating. In digging around online, it appears to be possibly a HDMI handshake issue, but I'm not sure.
I've tried unplugging/replugging the HDMI cable to the TV, but it doesn't seem to have any effect. Should I try unplugging the cable from the PS4 Pro itself and the TV and replug them, or does anyone have any suggestions?
Okay, so Game Informer states that, to add a captured ship to your fleet when playing single-player, you need to have activated your Uplay passport.
I have two profiles - one an online/Xbox Live profile, one an offline profile. If I activate the Uplay passport via my online profile (which I have done), does that enable the single-player fleet management content for both my online AND offline profile? Or, will I only be able to use the content when I am on my online profile?
(I have not made it far enough into the game to answer my own question.)
Any advice from Borderlands 2 experts would be greatly appreciated.
If I am not mistaken, I believe the ideal way to exit out of a typical Xbox 360 game is to press the Guide button and exit to the Dashboard.
Is that also the best way to exit out of an Original Xbox game when playing it on the Xbox 360?
I ask because when playing Star Wars: Battlefront 2 (offline profile), if I press the Guide button it brings up a window which DOES give me the option to exit to the Dashboard (which is what I want to do). However, it also says in the window: "X: 5829.0" and language stating something to the effect of "The Xbox Guide is not available while an Original Xbox game is running". Is that "X: 5829.0" language of any concern, or is that normal?
Sorry for the stupid question here, but I have a 4:3 standard/non-widescreen HDTV. I play my 360 games in 480p, as my HDTV will support 720p and 1280p but the images seem cropped in those resolutions.
My HDTV does have an HDMI port. Given that a have a non-widescreen HDTV, would it be worth it for me to get the HDMI cable?