Programs and Scripts
(by ElectrodeXS)

Batch Script: Quick Net Fix Quick Net Fix
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------New! Now supports IPv6 addresses!
------New! Now compatible with every edition of every version of Windows from Windows 2000 to Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2!

------This little script is a simple remake of my Network Resetter script. This script was designed with two purposes in mind: to monitor and fix your network connection, and to be simple. This was made with "flaky" connections in mind.

------Besides the simplicity, two key differences from it's predecessor are:
------------*the automatic determination of the Network Connection
------------*the automatic retrieval of your router's IP address

------With these two features, there is no need to configure the script beforehand. Simply run it, and it will do it's job. In the rare event that it cannot determine one or both, you can manually set it to permanently use a specific Network Connection and/or router by editing the script settings with notepad (settings are located at the beginning of the script).

Batch Script: Quick Net Fix Wizard101 Energy Meter

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------This is a flash file (swf program) that helps you to monitor the energy levels and other stats of multiple wizards in Wizard101. Members and non-members have different energy regeneration rates, and this supports both.

------One of the neat things about this program is that if you close it, when you open it again it is as though you had never closed it. All of the information you had entered will still be there, and most importantly, the energy levels will still be accurate.

Please note: if you use a temporary file cleaner like CCleaner or Advanced System Care, you need to configure some exclusions for the information you entered to still be there after cleaning.

Batch Script: Network Connection Resetter Network Connection Resetter
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------By default this script will test and fix your internet connection by resetting your IP address and your network adapter. This can also be configured to run in "Continuous" mode where it will monitor your internet connection and attempt to fix it when it detects you have been disconnected. This script is highly configurable and has detailed descriptions of each setting. By default settings are stored in an external file in a location of your choice.

------The Latest version has the ability to self-update either manually or automatically. It updates to one of three "channels": Stable, Beta, or Dev (latest revision). To update to the Dev channel, you need to have SVN command line tools installed.

------Please Note: It is highly advised to use qNET (Quick Net Fix) as that script has superceded this one in many aspects including speed and compatibility.

Batch Script: Network Connection Resetter Timer Shutdown
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------The main function of this script is its countdown. You can set the amount of time to wait in hours and minutes. You can set this script to perform a number of actions once it reaches the end of the countdown, including Shutdown, Restart, Log off, Standby, Hibernate, and Force-close a program.
Batch Script: Network Connection Resetter Process Kill
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------Run this script, select a program or enter a program name, and it will attempt to kill (force-close) whatever program you entered. If instead of a program/process name you enter "xx" (without quotes) it will go to a slightly different interface allowing you to specify a program that it is to kill upon discovery (it will stay running and look for the program and kill it when it detects it). If run from command line with a program name as a parameter, this script will automatically open in monitoring mode and will kill that program whenever it detects it is running until you close the script. Custom program names can be added by opening the batch file in notepad or a similar simple text editor.