Talk:Blue screen of death

BSOD codes are in ntoskrnl.exe[edit source]

The BSOD codes are in ntoskrnl.exe. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 149.19.32.45 (talkcontribs)

Orange screen of death? - undocumented here[edit source]

There was another variant of BSOD, beside from green one, there was OSOD (or Orange Screen of Death), they are not documented here on the wiki whatsoever. But they do exist, I even triggered one on a old Thinkpad laptop that was gone and a Pentium PC that I currently have, by running games like GTA 5, then manually crashing windows with Ctrl + Shift + Scroll Lock while the game is still rendered fullscreen, instead of BSOD, there is Orange screen instead (which probably indicates video driver-related problems). --Kr0tchet (talk) 11:05, 26 July 2023 (UTC)

Do you have any picture of that? And what Windows version? - Windows logo (2003).svg Bob2204 Arrow.png Click here to begin. Or here. Arrow2.png Talk - 11:18, 26 July 2023 (UTC)
Here: https://wink.messengergeek.com/t/yellow-orange-screen-of-death-on-windows-10-very-rare/14407, this was from long time ago, on a ThinkPad T430 running Win10 LTSC 2019 that was gone. However its still applies to my second PC (with Intel HD 2500 and Pentium G2030, Win10 LTSC 2021) as of 2023. Again playing that same game and manually crashing it with the same Ctrl + Shift + Scroll Lock. This affects Windows 10 (both LTSC 2019 and LTSC 2021 are tested, it's always orange when i tried it for second or third time, and so on), but may also exist in Windows 11 (don't know if this was removed or not). It's also unknown whether this only affects Intel HD Graphics (or other integrated graphics) or discrete one like NVIDIA/AMD/Intel Arc. --Kr0tchet (talk) 04:48, 29 July 2023 (UTC)
It basically just a display glitch. Other colors such as lime screen of death, pink screen of death,... are the same case. Microsoft only implements green screen, blue screen and black screen of death throughout the development process of Windows. —— Preceding SIGNED comment added by A150.png Someone200 {{Ic fluent person 12 filled.svg talk Ic fluent list 20 filled.svg contribs Ic fluent mail 20 filled.svg email me }} | 11:29, 26 July 2023 (UTC)
And only Windows 9x has the ability to change the color of the BSOD, so might be a graphics problem, as mentioned above. - Windows logo (2003).svg Bob2204 Arrow.png Click here to begin. Or here. Arrow2.png Talk - 11:33, 26 July 2023 (UTC)