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Yes, you will need a blue ray drive. No
No the PS2 plays only up to DVDs the PS3 can play Blue ray discs
No,the external add-on drive is HD-DVD which isn't BD compatible.Read some where Microsoft are considering making a BD disk drive.
Maybe it is where or how you are watching it that is causing a problem.
There are multiple Pokémon that will never evolve like for example most Legendary Pokémon such as Dialga, Palka, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Mewtwo, Mew, Ho-Oh, Lugia and Gro…undon. There are various ways to evolve Pokémon that are capable of evolving such as leveling them up to certain level, using a special item on the Pokémon, level it up with max happiness, trade, trade it holding an item, give it an item to hold and level it up as well as some Pokémon such as Lickitung need to know a specific move in order to evolve. There are various other Pokémon that cannot evolve further such as Charizard, Kangaskhan, Pinsir, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Snorlax and Jynx. There are also various Pokémon that have branched evolutions such as Eevee being able to evolve into 1 of 7 evolutions which are Flareon, Vaporeon, Jolteon, Umbreon, Espeon, Glaceon and Leafeon as well as Gloom with it evolving into either Vileplume or Bellossom depending on the Stone that is used on it. Also some evolution requirement are very difficult to reach such as evolving a Tyrogue.
As in other answers it could be many things, the following is the checks I make when facing this problem. 1: Is there fuel? 2: Is there a spark? Remove number 1 plug, mark and… remove the other leads, hold the threaded part of number 1 plug against the engine with insulated pliers, ask someone to turn the engine over. You should have a nice blue spark, if the spark is there but weak, regap ALL the plugs. If the engine doesn't fire at this point then I would check the ignition timing. Its not that difficult to do. With number 1 plug removed (number 1 plug BTW is the one nearest the crankshaft pulley end) AND ALL OTHER LEADS REMOVED, turn the engine over BY HAND using a socket on the crankshaft pulley, look for the timing marks on the pulley and the casing covering the pulley. Some-people find it easier if these markings are marked with "Tipex" or white paint. These will line up twice, once will be the compression stroke the other will be the exhaust stroke. You want the compression stroke. When the marks are ALMOST lined up put number 1 plug back into its lead (but not into the engine) and hold it against the engine again. Turn the ignition on BUT DO NOT TURN THE ENGINE OVER, continue to turn the engine over until you pas the timing marks and see if the plug sparks. It should spark about 5 degrees before top dead centre, if it doesn't spark continue to turn the engine by hand until the marks line up again (or just before) and he first time you turned the engine it may have been on the exhaust stroke! Hence the second rotation. If the ignition timing is out (highly unlikely as most are controlled by the ECU nowadays) see a specialist. The other thing that will stop the engine from starting is if the valve timing has slipped. The easiest way to check it (though not entirely accurate) is to remove the camshaft cover, look at the lobes (the egg shaped things, there are 8 of them) above number 1 piston. Rotate the engine by hand, as above until the marks are lined up, now the "pointy" parts of the lobes should be pointing as far away from the valve tops as possible. If you continue to turn the engine over you see them starting to turn towards the valve tops. The valve timing will only change if the timing belt has slipped/snapped. Either way it is a garage job to repair it.
It's either your xbox discs, that they are scrathed/dirty, or you need to clean your xbox laser
You need an external Blu-ray drive and a third party software like Macgo Blu-ray Player. Until now, this is the best I ever used for my MacBook.
If the sperm doesnt hit an egg then it leaves the girls bod and wont work. or the guy may have weak sperm (:
Only if your computer has a Blu-Ray compatible hard drive
Only if your computer is enabled with a Blu-Ray player.
Because you are using PS3 discs.
They might not be made for that sort of phone... (is it a phone...)
I Won't Play was created on 1944-11-11.
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Blu-ray has been called "a bag of hurt" for a long time by Jobs because all Mac machines don't ship the capability to play Blu-ray. So if you wanna do this, you have to ta…ke advantage of some third party program. Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player is the most used software on Mac which really works fine on all Mac models.