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Sunday, 22 May 2016

How To Create A Fake BSOD?


Open a new text file on your desktop.

Copy the code given below in the text file. Save the text file by pressing CTRL+S.

@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
echo ^<p^>DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LES_OR_EQ
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
Rename the text file as fakebsod.bat.

Important: There are chances you may not be able to change the extension because the file extensions are hidden by default in Windows 7 and later. So, you have to enable them. Open Start and type folder options. Click View tab. Untick Hide extensions for known file types. Click Ok. After this, Windows will display the extension in file names.
You’re done creating the file. Open fakebsod.bat to test your BSOD.
To exit fake BSOD, you can press Start or take your mouse cursor to the bottom of the screen and resize the fake BSOD. After this, you’ll see the BSOD icon in the taskbar. Right Click it and click Close Window.
Now, it’s the time to make your prank look real. You have to create the fake BSOD file in some other location and then create its shortcut on the desktop. To create shortcut:

Right Click fakebsod.bat
Hover mouse on Send To.
Click Desktop (Create Shortcut).
After this, change the icon of the file.

Right Click fakebsod.bat shortcut file. Click Properties.
Click Change icon. Click Ok when the alert message pops up.
Choose the icon of your interest. Let’s say, choose My Computer/This PC icon.
Rename the file as My Computer or This PC according to the version of your Windows.

Delete the original My Computer from the desktop and you’re done.
Next time your friends will open My Computer and the Blue Screen of Death will be there to haunt them.

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