Battlefield 1 DirectX Error/Crash Fix

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In this article I will go into detail about a DirectX Battlefield 1 game crash I experienced.  Also, how I dug a little deeper to formulate a solution that resolved my Battlefield 1 game crash issue. I had the same experience with the beta, the game would run solid 60 fps for anywhere between 2 minutes to 2 hours of game play before crashing. If you’ve experienced a directX crash then this article may be the solution you were looking for.

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PythonPrank #1

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Hello all, Blu3 here. I haven’t posted in awhile but that’s been because I’ve been trapped by a python. In this case it’s the coding language. In this post I’ll show my first python prank I designed to get my friends with. All the pranks made in PythonPranks will work in python 3.

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FTP Login Script

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Hello all, recently I’ve been learning about FTP (File Transfer Protocol) and its uses. My friends and I are going to start up our own in fact. So to make their lives, mostly mine, a little easier, I made a little program to enable logging in exponentially easier. I did it with AutoHotkey and its function, GUI. Without further ado here you are:

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IPconfig Release and Renew Batch File

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Having difficulty getting connected to the internet? The very first thing I do is release and renew my network adapter using ipconfig. During that process I normally renew and re-register my DNS as well. This is a fairly simple process that can be done with command prompt, but we can automate the process even further by creating a batch file to execute the commands for us. Take a look.

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Motherboard Info with Command Prompt

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Tired of opening your CPU case for your motherboard model name/number every time your sh*tty computer malfunctions? Say no more, I have a solution for you.  We will use a single command within command prompt to retrieve our motherboard product name, manufacturer, version and serial number. This is a simple task when utilizing WMIC, which stands for [Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line].  WMIC is a command-line and scripting interface that simplifies the use of Windows Management Instrumentation…and the cool part is, you already have it installed. go ahead, try it yourself.

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