|15 Jan 2011||#1|
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Change the Color of Blue Screens of Death in Windows
The notorious Blue Screen of Death has quite a reputation, which it built for itself, Windows release after Windows release, but a new solution is capable of taking the error messagesí most well known characteristic and changing it altogether.
How about having a Blue Screen of Death that is actually red. Or a pink, brown or green BSOD?
Now you can with the latest release of Notmyfault (both 32-bit and 64-bit versions), a tool put together by Mark Russinovich, Microsoft Technical Fellow with Windows Azure, and updated at the suggestion of Alex Ionescu.
Notmyfault was initially developed as a buggy driver demonstration tool that Russinovich produced for use in crash dump analysis presentations as well as for the Windows Internals book (version 6 is scheduled to come this summer).
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