Do you know if you can manually trigger a BSOD, the Windows famous Blue Screen of Death, on any Windows computer from a PS2 or USB keyboard? Yes, the hidden feature, called Crash on Ctrl-Scroll, can trigger an intended crash
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No matter how robust the system is, running into a system crash like sudden reboot or blue screen of death seems inevitable. Rather than keeping complaining about how stupid Windows system is, getting the bottom of it to find out what’s the
Even though we have modern operating systems like Windows 7 and Windows 8, to be honest, the blue screen of death (BSOD) still happens from time to time. What’s worse is that if you started seeing one and don’t deal
Whenever your Windows system encounters a major system crash, it throws a BSOD, the famous Blue Screen of Death, and collects data from memory into a memory dump file saved on the local hard drive in case a further investigation
We’ve covered how to use the old school CHKDSK command check on disk in Windows 7 yesterday but what we didn’t touch is actually even better. It’s a nice new feature that I didn’t realize its existed either until very
Anyone who have used Windows for a period of time know what the BSOD looks like, especially in early windows version, including the rock solid Windows XP. However, I don’t seem to remember when it happened to me last time.