I know there have been lots of people with DS4s that disconnect, but I'm not sure what to do about my situation. It used to work just fine, but now every time I try to sync it using the PSbutton/Share hold, as soon as the device drivers are installed it disconnects. If I hold down the PS buttons sometimes it'll say connected for a few seconds, OR the BT dongle I have will give me a notice like "a device is trying to connect. Click to allow this." The light on the controller will stay on but not get recognized by the PC as a controller until I click this, but then disconnect when I click to allow. I've tried uninstalling a bunch of drivers but nothing seems to work. Am I gonna have to stick to wired?
@notnert427: I disagree with the assessment of No Country. Watched it once, didn't catch everything, love the ending. Don't feel the need to watch it again because my initial viewing of it is tainted by the first time I seriously considered my mortality (bad movie to watch when that's happening, by the way!), but I might go back and watch it again in the future and see if anything changes. Haven't watched Fargo.
But! Having watched Burn After Reading, I see where your thoughts on the Coen Bros' come from. That movie was building up to something special then ruined it.
I haven't used the duplicate setting in a long ass time, but I've been trying to show PC games off to some friends of mine recently. However, when I have a m/kb game I need to see on both my monitor and the tv I have, using the "Duplicate" setting, which should show the same image on both screens instead stretches the screen in a weird way. It works perfectly find when I use the Extend setting, but for some reason it's not letting me duplicate. For reference, here's how the desktop looks like when using extend:
And this is what it looks like when using duplicate:
So it makes any game I try to run look super wonky. Duplicate should just show the same image on both screens, but instead it's stretching it. Also note that in the extend shot I just put up two different windows of GB -- it's not duplicating, since you see the start button on one side of the screen but not the other.
For reference I'm using an ATI Radeon HD 7870 with Windows 7 and an Intel i5 4670. Both screens are plugged into the video card.