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2007-04-24 15:15:32

I needed to know what kind of information was stored into the RAM of my server when users were logged in. Accessing the content of the entire memory at a specific time is possible for example when Windows crashes.

So, how to make Windows XP crash ?

I first thought about coding some weird and ugly stuff which would make the system hang out and crash but...it's harder than I thought : )


Eventually, I came upon a Microsoft KB article for activating a feature called 'Crash on Control Scroll'. This feature allows a user to manually crash the system, thus triggering the blue screen of death (also known as BSOD) and memory dump generation.

To enable that feature on a USB keyboard:
  • Start the registry editor (regedit.exe)
  • Locate the following key if you have a USB keyboard: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServiceskbdhidParameters
  • Locate the following key if you have a PS2 keyboard: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesi8042prtParameters
  • In the Edit menu, click Add Value and add the following registry entry: Name: CrashOnCtrlScroll
    Data Type: REG_DWORD
    Value: 1
  • Exit the registry editor, then reboot.


After the reboot, you can now manually trigger a crash by pressing the SCROLL keyboard key twice while pressing the right CTRL key.

貌似还记得有个工具能实现不能类型的Crash.

找来找去找不到.

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