Test Drive Unlimited 2 has been horribly buggy since the launch, and it seems each update adds more bugs! If you are unlucky enough to get an error saying you need a Title Update to use your game save, here’s how I fixed the error.
Delete and re-download all the addons: mandatory updates, Explorer Pack, Casino, cars/bikes, etc. Do NOT delete your game save files! This cleared up the error for me.
Now the strange part is that this has nothing to do with a “Title Update”. What seems to be the issue is DRM. The license on the first 2 downloads were before my last xbox died, and I transferred to the new xbox. However there was no problem until I downloaded the new update — so it seems the mix is a real problem. Re-downloading makes it happy, but it is sad TDU2 is so buggy it doesn’t work with the xbox license transfer…
One other suggestion, while watching that progress bar for all the downloads, go ahead and order Forza Horizon — the real fix for this buggy mess…
So I was reading how Apple lost its “green” certification — and I started laughing. I truly enjoyed this — and not really because Apple products are largely about the brand/product image to some consumers. Basically a nerd like me sees it as a slap in Apple’s face for making an un-serviceable product. In this case, the “green” problem is you can’t recycle the products reliably because they can’t be disassembled and separated — but I don’t really care about that so much as it shortens the useful life of machines in many cases (which obviously would send them to the landfill even quicker).
If I’m buying a “premium” product like a new Macbook Pro or Macbook Air — why shouldn’t I be able to change the hard drive instead of tossing the whole machine should something go wrong? I’ve changed the hard drives on my last two Mac laptops — one due to failure and one because 80gig just got to where it wasn’t enough room for media — much less dual boot with bootcamp!
So since this is TheIdiots.net after all, I’d like to congratulate Apple on making an image over their competitors by doing things like being “green”, and then getting slapped around by it for making an un-servicable product. Nice one!