28
Sep
09

Fallout 3 Install Made Easy

So recently R4P70R was asking me questions about Fallout 3 and I sorta talked myself into playing again and getting all the expansions. I remember I left the game due to the extreme bugginess and thought the install process was going to be very rough: I was right. This is a short walk-through on how to get the game installing smoothly and where to the the necessary files. This guide isn’t going to hold your hand through every step so put your safety helmet on and lower your shoulder, please.

The rundown is as follows:

That should get you a fresh and clean install with little to no headaches.

21
Sep
09

Safe Mode Boot to Windows in a Dual-Boot Environment

I was trying find this earlier, but the top 10 Google results [I don’t look very far] didn’t have what I needed, so I figured it out and decided to post my solution!

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29
Apr
09

28 Random Blogging Topics and Ideas

Recently I was driving two hours on this particular route that I find awfully boring and drab. So to increase happiness I wrote, sharpie in one hand and steering wheel in the other, this list of random and crazy blogging topics that I want to get around to but I think if others will read this it could definitely help production rates. I will submit the entries exactly as I wrote them down to preserve the craziness.
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27
Apr
09

Guild Wars Armor Rating Calculation

I was playing Guild Wars last night with my guild and the concern of armor rating came up and I figured it’d be a good excuse to write a quick application on my TI 84. Now the purpose of this post is not TI Basic programming but instead an instance of a useless application on a graphing calculator. I will be explaining the basic mechanics of how the application works but a more introductory level of programming must be sought elsewhere.
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26
Apr
09

Windows 7 includes a virtual XP environment

Microsoft announced that Windows 7 will include a virtual environment for Windows XP for backward compatibility for applications . . . that’s awesome! This is the first time they’ve relied on virtualization (processor-level virtualization in this case) to solve compatibility issues, and I think it’s a good move and shows improvement in Microsoft’s thinking. The virual OS will have service pack 3 installed and comes with a full license, so you don’t even have to worry about acquiring a license for it.

19
Apr
09

Google Search Humiliation

Let Me Google That For You saves you the trouble of finding the solutions to other users’ problems and teaches them a valuable lesson.

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15
Apr
09

iPhone Jailbreak Cheatsheet

This is not a tutorial on how to jailbreak your ifone but instead a quick little guide to finding the appropriate tutorials. There are 92385985 people out there all claiming certain tools and certain ways to do this. We will be using tutorials from iClarified and ModMyi.

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