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Luke Brehm

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  1. I'm not an expert but as far as I know you need to hook the turbines in because BRGC will adjust your reactor to output exactly what the turbines need, without the turbines hooked up it could be confused. The other possibility is that you need to use the GUI, to go to the battery page and click charge, by default it will try to produce the same amount of power that you are currently using therefore keeping the battery at a steady level instead of charging to max. I'm not sure of exactly what the button names are so those are approximate instructions. Hope one of those things helps!
  2. @XyFreak Switching to LUA 5.2 worked. For anyone wondering you take the actual CPU out of the computer and shift+right click it while its in hand.
  3. Hello, I've used this mod in the past with no problems at all, but for some reason on my new game my reactor keeps switching to "error" It won't calibrate or move out of error. I'm sure I'm doing something wrong but I've spent hours troubleshooting and can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. I swear I'm doing the exact process that I did before. Are certain blocks not allowed in the reactor? Anything specific about my reactor that could be an issue? If you need logs or something let me know. Any help is greatly appreciated Version Info: Minecraft 1.12.2 Mod Pack - Direwolf20 2.2.0 OpenComputers - ExtremeReactors - BRGC - Latest
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