BSOD: Linux Installation
This alternative to the original Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) screensaver adds a bit of pro-Linux humor by pretending to format the hard drive and install a Linux distribution. It starts with a traditional blue screen, then simulates a reboot and gives an "error" stating that a Microsoft operating system was found. It then proceeds to "format" the hard drive and install and boot into Linux, logging in to the console with username "BillGates".
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- Open the BSODscreensaver.zip archive file you downloaded and copy or extract the "BSOD" screensaver file to your Windows folder, or a different folder where it won't accidentally be deleted.
- Right-click the extracted screensaver file and select "Install".
- Open the Screen Saver Settings panel. "Bsod" should now appear in the list of screensavers.
Anti-virus report for BSOD: Linux Installation
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|Last scanned||1 week ago|
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We have 1 file for "BSOD: Linux Installation"
- BSODscreensaver.zip (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||235.58 kB (241,235 bytes)|
|File type||ZIP archive|
|Detection ratio||1/9 (11.11%) View report|
|Last downloaded||7 hours ago|
User reviews (2)
only does one screen..not multiple screens.
i like but theres a website on lower right side..telling its fake...lol