3. There are strict rules which the teams have to adhere to. However, if you don't have the money, you won't be at the front of the pack. Red Bull are essentially the Yankees. They have a huge budget, however I wouldn't say they have a drastically bigger budget (just a guess) than Ferrari, Mercedes, McLaren etc. Red Bull are where they are because of Adrian Newey. He's the best designer in F1 and is probably the biggest reason for Red Bull's success. So, it really is a combination of budget, engineering & design talent and driver talent. If you don't have all three then you won't win.
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@doejonathan: That worked. Seems like a really stupid system. I had to go into the game and activate them.
Thanks for your help.
When I go into account management, and look at my list of transactions. It is there.
But it isn't in my downloads list.
I just bought a game pack for GT5 on the PS Store. I had to update my card details and then I added the £5 to my wallet on the store. The DLC was then bought and I got the money taken out of my account and a confirmation email was sent to me about my purchase. However, i can't download the DLC. It didn't download automatically, and when I look at the DLC in the store, it still has the 'Buy Now' button next to it (not 'Download Now'). Usually when you download something, a red shopping bag icon appears next to the item. This item has a blue shopping bag next to it. So it knows i have bought it, but there is no download button. Has anybody had this happen before? I'm not sure what to do.
I have PS Plus and had some saves backed up, but not all of it (and nothing really recently). I also had like 70 psn games which i really don't want to download again as it will take forever. Just wish there was some way to save the hard drive.
I will have a look at how easy it would be to fix myself. Cheers for the help.
A few years ago I got a Yellow Light on my 60gb launch console. I phoned Sony and they said if i send them the console they will give me a refurbished one for free, because it was a common problem for the launch consoles.
I had always wanted to upgrade my PS3 HDD, so when i got the new refurb console I thought it would be the best time to do it. So i put in a 320gb hard drive, and held on to the 60gb one.
Last night the refurb console got a YLOD. I am curious as to what my options are. Can i take the 320gb HDD out of it, put the 60gb back in and send it to sony? Also, if i get another refurb, can i just put the 320gb HDD in it and all my data will be fine? Or will i have to bite the bullet and buy a new console?
Any advice guys?