Backup your save file before you do anything: Type the following in the windows run dialog (Windowskey+R) to view the folder where your save game is located.
Make a copy of the folder inside you should see a folder beginning with st_<bunch of numbers here>
Your NMS save file is located in; “C:\Users\windows_username\AppData\Roaming\HelloGames\NMS”
If the No Mans sky CE (Community Event) put you in the wrong galaxy after doing the quest heres how you get yourself back to the galaxy you were in. Example I was teleported back to “Euclid” galaxy when it should have put me back in the galaxy i came from the “Budullangr”.
Save Game Editor:
You’ll need to download the No mans sky save editor from; Download here
It turns out that the Bluetooth “dongle” ive been using is only a bluetooth 1.2 version and most of the “dongles” you buy on amazon are 4.0. I bought that the USB dongle back in 2004 so you can see where this is going.
Now i wish i knew the difference between bluetooth 1.2 and 4.0 so further research is needed!
Seems this is a problem with bluetooth in general. I found the following article from the steam forums about bluetooth headset problems in GTA V. It might be worth a read to shed light on any problems your having.
A friend of mine has one of these very cool looking notebooks running Windows XP. However it developed a problem in that when you turned it on, nothing happened, you could however hear the hard-drive working away like it was loading up windows and then stopping.
After trying out the notebook on a PC monitor and trying to find a USB or network cable to use to connect to another working Laptop nothing seemed to work. So i said id take it home and mess around with it, messing around meant id try to get it to work even though i had no idea.
The first thing i did and always do when there is a problem with anything is i Google it. So off i went to google and typed in;
“acer aspire one wont turn on”
Simple really i typed in the exact name and model of the notebook and what was wrong and the first result lead me to a site which had a fix;