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sysCrasher is a little tool that I made out of boredom that forcefully closes a critical system process to cause your computer to crash and display a BSOD.
This tool should be safe, but I take no responsibility if your computer corrupts, dies, mutates or catches on fire.
This was built and tested on a Windows 10 machine... Not sure if it works below Windows 8 if not, I can add a new process to close that should BSOD on lower Operating Systems.
Video Showcasing this (sorry for bad quality)
 

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so we give this to noobs who ask for wares?
Yeah exactly, give them a program called sys crasher. "They will mever suspect that"
That'll teach them.
@ OP where would this even be useful? (I am actually curious not being sarcastic with you)
I ask because one only needs to put a bad driver in to make thos happen without the need of an added program.
I dont feel like downloading thise but what exactly is your program doing to cause the blue screen?
I ask because if it causes the blue screen in a different way I would love to have your souce code. As it may be useable elswhere.
 

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Yeah exactly, give them a program called sys crasher. "They will mever suspect that"
That'll teach them.
@ OP where would this even be useful? (I am actually curious not being sarcastic with you)
I ask because one only needs to put a bad driver in to make thos happen without the need of an added program.
I dont feel like downloading thise but what exactly is your program doing to cause the blue screen?
I ask because if it causes the blue screen in a different way I would love to have your souce code. As it may be useable elswhere.
It closes a critically needed system process that results in a blue screen.
 
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Yeah exactly, give them a program called sys crasher. "They will mever suspect that"
That'll teach them.
@ OP where would this even be useful? (I am actually curious not being sarcastic with you)
I ask because one only needs to put a bad driver in to make thos happen without the need of an added program.
I dont feel like downloading thise but what exactly is your program doing to cause the blue screen?
I ask because if it causes the blue screen in a different way I would love to have your souce code. As it may be useable elswhere.
I'm closing the scvhost.exe process, and I used a batch to exe converter using this line of code:
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taskkill /im svchost.exe /f
I created this because when I googled 'how to force a bsod in Windows 10' the only thing that came up was a 'CrashOnCtrlScroll' tutorial, where my laptop doesn't have that key and it was a hassle to get it done regularly... This is intended to be used as a prank though :P You hide this program in a hidden folder and make a shortcut to prank your friends :rofl:
Or if you have a worst enemy, just make it so Windows automatically boots this script so it BSOD on boot :evil:
 

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Just tested this on a 8.1 virtual machine and all it does is softlock it, so I will add a new process to close to ensure a BSOD ;)
 

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Try this one. I'll test it on Windows 8
 

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Killing svchost shouldn't cause a BSoD on any system. That kinda doesn't make sense.
scvhost.exe hosts multiple services. Killing one of those processes is killing a critical service that is hosted by Windows.
 
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scvhost.exe hosts multiple services. Killing one of those processes is killing a critical service that is hosted by Windows.
Yeah, but that still shouldn't cause a BSoD, especially since svchost deals with handling network hosts. Watch it with a network monitor or verbose firewall and you'll see a lot of familiar outbound connections being made. For example, it handles Skype's binding of ports 80 and 443 and the associated traffic. Killing a process that has kernel hooks in place, however, would cause a BSoD (which is essentially a kernel panic).
 

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