Today, Bungie revealed the last patch that's coming to the PS3 and 360 versions of the game (it's also coming to current-gen consoles).On its website, the studio detailed the relatively minor changes included in the update. Classes Although this is the last update for 360 and PS3, support officially ends on August 16.Hi everyone...hopefully somone can provide some insight. Since I updated, the Norton icon in the bottom right tray takes close to a minute for it to show up. I have already made sure that Boot Time Protection is on. In fact I went to that location and that file isn't even there. Media Status Sink Unused File Extension Norton Anti Virus. If you notice a mistake he has made, please PM him and let him know and/or leave a reply in the thread to point it out to him. collie21 wrote: All I can say based on the words of the gurus is to ignore the N360 entries that appear on CCleaner and other registry cleaners. I just right-click on each entry and chose "Add to exclude list." Problem solved, no harm done. My second issue pertains to registry issues that cannot be corrected. Phil Apparently CCleaner issue was meant to be fixed with new release 188.8.131.52. Not in my case, I now get 4 exceptions for Norton CCleaner can't clean, instead of 2 !! If you really want to clean the registry, you're probably best just using the registry cleaner in N360 to do this, -but be careful- one mistake with a registry cleaner or manually changing the registry could corrupt the system.
We have continued to optimize the entire game over time in order to squeeze as much memory as we possibly could out of the last-generation hardware and at some point, continuing to add content for those systems could cause the risk of instability to the game overall." It's been great while it lasted - frankly I'm still impressed that Grand Theft Auto 5 and GTA Online managed to run on the older consoles at all. System Status. XP Pro SP3 I can tell you what happened here (to a degree) if you look in your N360 history after you tried a registry clean, you will notice an entry stating that the attempted 'clean' of the N360 registry entries by CCleaner was blocked as an Open Process Token.If you notice a mistake he has made, please PM him and let him know and/or leave a reply in the thread to point it out to him. it performs registry cleans, which could act as a form of backup, so at least you have a method of recovering from a bad registry clean - but don't rely on that alone! There are three persistant Norton registry entries that I cannot get rid of. Since we are talking about registry cleaners (pro and con), here is a very good article by quietman7 s posted on Bleeping Computer: Please check out the other links at the bottom of his post! CCleaner will clean them, but they just reappear after a reboot. it performs registry cleans, which could act as a form of backup, so at least you have a method of recovering from a bad registry clean - but don't rely on that alone!
Back up the registry before you use registry cleaning tools, if you're not confident with this, its best to leave the registry alone Yank: Thanks for that article, pretty interesting Collie21 tries to be accurate but may make the odd mistake from time to time. Media Status Sink Unused File Extension Norton Anti Virus.