Under The Wire

Under The Wire

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Who said that a BSOD has to be blue?

1955529162_8fde14b36b_m Don't worry, today I'm not talking about UNIX kernel panic, since UNIX users should be updating and patching their systems or choosing another browser (maybe if it isn't designed for security is safer) I'm only trying to draw a smile on their faces.

First of all read the only way to see a BSOD on Windows Vista. If you don't want to damage your hardware or install divers signed by Apple you have to follow that link to see a BSOD on Windows.

Now you're ready to start customizing your Screen of Death:

  • Start->Run->Sysedit
  • Select the System.ini window.
  • Add under [386enh] the following lines:
    MessageBackColor= COLOR
    MessageTextColor= COLOR
    In place of color you should insert an hexadecimal number where 0 is black, 1 is blue, 2 is green, 4 is cyan, 5 is red, 6 is magenta, 7 is white, 8 is gray, 9 is bright blue, A is bright green, B is bright cyan, C is bright red, D is bright magenta, E bright yellow and F is bright white.
  • Reboot
  • Generate a BSOD and post a comment with a photo.

Thanks to Napolux


Lorenzo Raffio

Nice photo!! :)


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