Your own custom BSOD



Do you tire of XP’s blue screen text…. is it too drab and dry? Well you too can spice up your blue screen text…. This is not for the faint of heart when it comes to tinkering with “important files”…. But all you need is Windows XP and resourcehacker (Free). fluxiontech.com has the tutorial. Happy modifying your ntoskrnl.exe …….. (Please follow their directions and save it to another file name so you’ve got your original…) Then just make a change to boot.ini to point to the new kernel and you too have a customized BSOD.

ALWAYS leave yourself a way back to the original!!!

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