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As the Jolly Green Giant roamed around,
By Derek Tacconelli for English, Period 5 on September 24, 2002
Today I got the message when trying to import a random internet image (a JPEG/JPG) into Photoshop:
A total noodle-scratcher of confusing proportions, right? There is a simple fix that I stumbled upon, and here’s how to fix it:
Let me know in the comments how simple this was to fix!
Battlefield 3 has the most server browser issues I have ever seen in a multiplayer FPS video game. I don’t really care that much about the stats problems, but having to reconnect 3 times to a server to MAYBE get a game to load for you is very frustrating. Sometimes I just go back and play Counter-Strike: GO because the game actually works. I think a large part of why you cannot connect is the bad EA Games infrastructure and the anti-cheat client PunkBuster. PunkBuster’s website and engine design has not changed since like..the days of Quake 3 (circa 1999) and I suspect a large part of disconnects is their faulty system. Valve’s VAC anti-cheat engine is not great either (at least it doesn’t crash you or prevent connecting since it’s more integrated into Steam), but at least Steam has a very fast connection speed, unlike EA’s Origin service.