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    Did you know that you can intentionally force a Blue Screen of Death on Windows 10? Now you do.

    A "stop error," commonly known as the Blue Screen of Death (BSoD), is a nasty error that appears after a serious system crash. It's almost always a terrible thing to come across. However, there are rare times when you may need to force a blue screen error to test your system or an application's resiliency (or if you want to play a prank to a friend).
    Whatever the reason, Microsoft actually has a documented process to modify the Registry to use a keyboard shortcut sequence to force a Blue Screen of Death on your Windows 10 computer using a PS/2 or USB keyboard with a Scroll Lock key.
    If you landed on this guide, but you're hoping to fix a BoSD error, check our guide to troubleshoot the Blue Screen of Death on Windows 10.

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    03-17-2017 07:10 AM

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