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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Complete the Does Not Compute Quest

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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Complete the Does Not Compute Quest

The Does Not Compute is a story quest in Act II: The Spark of Imagination of the A Rift in Time expansion. It is a quest for EVE that comes available after completing The Sunken Ruins quest for Merlin. This guide will walk you through how to complete the Does Not Compute quest for EVE in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

How to Complete the Does Not Compute Quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Starting the Quest

The Does Not Compute quest becomes available once you have completed The Sunken Ruins quest. You can find the quest in the Quests’ Menu and make it an active quest by selecting it. To initiate the quest, simply find EVE and speak with her.

Find the Ancient Artifacts

Upon speaking with EVE, she will give you a Treasure Map marked with all the locations of the Ancient Artifacts where you can find them by using the respective tool. Use the treasure map by opening the inventory and look all of the marked locations for the Ancient Artifacts.

  • Ancient Slate – Found by fishing in the gold ripples in the fishing spot beneath The Ruins area of Ancient’s Landing using the Royal Fishing Rod.
  • Ancient Dictionary – Found by breaking a large rock using the Royal Pickaxe in Gaston’s Encampment reached through The Oasis area of the Glittering Dunes.
  • Ancient Processor Blueprint – Found inside the chamber behind the Waterfall in The Docks area of Ancient’s Landing using the Royal Hourglass tool.
  • Ancient Processor Crystal – Found in the secluded Beach in Ancient’s Landing reached through the tunnel in The Courtyard area. Use the Royal Shovel tool to dig the sparkling spot.
  • Ancient Power Sphere – Found in the Sundial Island in Wild Tangle by using the Royal Shovel tool on the sparkling spot.

Repair the Ancient Processor

After finding all the Ancient Artifacts, you will be able to repair the Ancient Process at the TImebending Table. However, it does require some additional ancient materials so if you haven’t got them, make sure to find them using the Royal Hourglass tool.

  • 3x Ancient Gear
  • 3x Ancient Plate
  • 3x Ancient Magnet

Once you have all the required materials for the Ancient Processor, go to a Timebending Table and interact with it. Navigate to the Quests tab to find the Ancient Processor recipe and then make it. Upon repairing the Ancient Processor, go to EVE to hand it over.

Replicate EVE’s Tech

After speaking with EVE, go to EVE’s House and take pictures of the following items.

  • Something round with holes – Picture of the flower on the table.
  • Some sort of power output – Picture of the food machine in the corner.
  • Some glossy globes – Picture of the Bubble Lights on the ceiling.

Craft the Universal Adapter

After taking pictures of the items inside EVE’s House, you will get the objective of making the Universal Adapter. However, you would have to get the required materials for it which are as follows.

  • 10x Oasis Glass – Obtained by breaking the small and large Stalagmites in the Glittering Dunes.
  • 15x Plastic Scrap – Obtained by fishing in the open water anywhere in the Eternity Isle.
  • 15x Copper – Obtained by mining the Copper Rocks.
  • 3x Mechanical Parts – Obtained by crafting at a Crafting Station.
  • 2x Brass Ingot – Obtained by crafting at a Crafting Station.

Upon gathering all of the required materials, go to a Crafting Station and interact with it. Navigate to the Functional Items Tab to find the recipe for the Universal Adapter. Select the recipe to craft it using the required materials.

Completing the Quest

Once you have crafted the Universal Adapter, bring it to EVE and go through the dialogues to conclude the quest.

Rewards

Completing the Does Not Compute quest for EVE will give 1,000 Friendship Points as a reward.

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