How To Create Fake Blue Screen Of Death In Windows

How To Create Fake Blue Screen Of Death In Windows

How To Create Fake Blue Screen Of Death In Windows

How To Create Fake Blue Screen Of Death In Windows: Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is the very popular name in Windows operating system. We are sure almost everyone operating on Windows computer have dealt with Blue Screen Of Death once in his/her lifetime.

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Blue Screen Of Death normally occurs because of some fatal errors. However, did you know you can also create the fake blue screen of death on your Windows computer? It’s possible and it’s simple. You can name this a simple notepad fun trick which you use it to prank your friends.

As I already said, this method is quite simple and straight. So, you don’t need to install any third-party app to create a fake blue screen of death. We just need to have a notepad which is by default present in every Windows operating system.

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How To Create Fake Blue Screen Of Death In Windows

Let’s know how to create a fake blue screen of Death error in Windows computer by using a simple notepad file:

1) Open notepad, you can right click and then select New > Text Document/Notepad. Or else, you can press the Windows key and search notepad.

2) Copy and paste the code give below in the notepad and save the file as FakeBSOD.bat or whatever name you want to give. But make sure the file must be saved in .bat format.

@echo off
echo ^<html^>^<head^>^<title^>BSOD^
</title^> > bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo ^<hta:application id=”oBVC” >> bsod.hta
echo applicationname=”BSOD” >> bsod.hta
echo version=”1.0″ >> bsod.hta
echo maximizebutton=”no” >> bsod.hta
echo minimizebutton=”no” >> bsod.hta
echo sysmenu=”no” >> bsod.hta
echo Caption=”no” >> bsod.hta
echo windowstate=”maximize”/^> >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo ^</head^>^<body bgcolor=”#000088″ scroll=”no”^> >> bsod.hta
echo ^<font face=”Lucida Console” size=”4″ color=”#FFFFFF”^> >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>A problem has been detected and windows has been shutdown to prevent damage to your computer.^</p^> >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
UAL^</p^> >> bsod.htaecho. >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>If this is the first time you’ve seen this stop error screen, restart your computer, If this screen appears again, follow these steps:^</p^> >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>Check to make sure any new hardware or software is properly installed. If this is a new installation, ask your hardware or software manufacturer for any windows updates you might need.^</p^> >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>If problems continue, disable or remove any newly installed hardware or software. Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. If you need to use Safe Mode to remove or disable components, restart your computer, press F8 to select Advanced Startup Options, and then select Safe Mode.^</p^> >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>Technical information:^</p^> >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>*** STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x0000000C,0x00000002,0x00000
000,0xF86B5A89)^</p^> >> bsod.htaecho. >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>*** gv3.sys – Address F86B5A89 base at F86B5000, DateStamp 3dd9919eb^</p^> >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>Beginning dump of physical memory^</p^> >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>Physical memory dump complete.^</p^> >> bsod.hta
echo ^<p^>Contact your system administrator or technical support group for further assistance.^</p^> >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo. >> bsod.hta
echo ^</font^> >> bsod.hta
echo ^</body^>^</html^> >> bsod.hta
start “” /wait “bsod.hta”
del /s /f /q “bsod.hta” > nul

Now, whenever you will double click on the .bat file you will see the fake blue screen of death error. You can make it look more real by assigning a Folder icon to the .bat file.

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To close the Fake BSOD, you need to press the start button or Windows key and then you will see the BSOD icon, just right click and close the window to stop the screen.

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  1. Sorna October 19, 2017

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