How do I cause a controlled blue screen?

  • November 22, 2015
  • 1 min read

Controlled blue screens are a safe and useful way to diagnose complete system hangs or freezes. Due to the size of the resulting memory dumps (a kernel or full memory dump is required) though we will explicitly ask you to perform a controlled blue screen. So there is no reason to keep this option enabled all the time. The easiest way to access the controlled blue screen feature is through BellaVista:

If the feature is enabled you can cause Windows to blue screen and write a memory dump by tapping the Scroll Lock key twice while holding down the right CTRL key. 

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