I have been toiling for a few hours, tying to figure out how to get xlive to work. So far I have tried everything I could think of, including updating Windows manually, going through all the “Windows Support Center” tips, reinstalling the game I need this for, and restarting between all the steps. I went to Games for Windows LIVE Support for download xlive.dll
Any ideas? I need it to run Fallout 3, which I really look forward to doing, but this is being a real hassle. I tried install Windows Live from the game’s install directory, As a side note, it may have something to do with x64 C++ Runtime because whilst installing the game, I get an error (that goes away and installation continues). I tried installing this manually from the Windows Support Center,
So either I have two coincidentally similar programs not working (Games for Windows – xlive.dll and x64 C++ Runtime) or they are somehow linked. I won’t go into how my automatic updater no longer works (the error code and information regarding it was useless).
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Being a boy from Devon, you could argue that Bristol is the ‘big smoke’ of the West Country and the obvious choice to run a brand experience agency, but in reality London is always perceived as the promised land. Bigger, brighter, better. BUT the reality is that it is just so very expensive to set up operations there. I simply would have gone bust before I even got going. Finances aside, the true beauty of Bristol became more apparent once I hit the ground.
Smaller really is better (and I’m saying that at 6ft 3”) and smaller also meant easier when it came to navigating the enterprise initiatives (Brave), business opportunities and generally meeting people, great people, who have massively helped me on my way. Bristol is a city with a generous spirit. Whilst I might have initially missed out on some of the bigger commercial opportunities that London may have presented to me, great opportunities did still come along, and they proved to be fantastic ones with which to build up a robust set of credentials. But all this aside, what I love most about branding agency bristol is that it is always given respect. You mention the place to clients, prospects, suppliers, potential employees, even Londoners, and everyone has a good word to say about it.
Numerous reasons are cited, from the top notch communications and ease of reach to other European cities, to the creativity of the city (BBC, Aardman, See No Evil, Bristol Media), the outstanding science and technology expertise and the lower operating costs allowing us to be so much more competitive than our London based equivalents. The Balloons, the green spaces, the green credentials and the gateway to our beloved beaches and countryside of Somerset, Devon & Cornwall. Our robust housing market, our thriving economy, our independence, our Mayor, our cider the list goes on (and on). Bristol is now a place much less about the old merchants of the past and much more about the innovative, diverse, modern thinking city of the future, with a lot of great pubs and places to eat thrown into the mix too.