Trigger Blue Screens

David Klee uses the registry to generate blue screens:

Voila! Use the USB keyboard registry key. Set it and reboot the machine. To trigger it, hold right-control and hit scroll lock twice.

BOOM! Immediate manually-initiated BSOD. Neat, huh?

Me, I just need to update my video card drivers; that gives me all the blue screens I want…

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