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How to freeze windows 95?

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I would like to know how to freeze up a windows 95 machine
with a visual basic code. It can be just a "blue screen of the death".

thanks
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Question by:merdik
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by:TomKid2004
ID: 1451488
And why in the world would you even want to do this?
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by:muffinthedog
ID: 1451489
Easy,
    just copy 3 or 4 of the API declarations from the API viewer and try to call the functions correctly!!! MoveMemory works real good... just poke arbitrary values into it...
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by:kennym141282
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I wont give you the code for this, but try terminating the KERNEL32.DLL!
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by:MAVERICK
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Why would you want to make a computer crash anyway???

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Shroom earned 200 total points
ID: 1451492
I have this thing that locks the mouse and when they try to hit ctr alt del and shut the program off it just reloads it self so fast that nothing happens! You can just make a form that is blue and it freezes! Well here is the code (pls. execpt my answer I need these points) Thanx!


Function Lock_Mouse()
' to lock it just type: Lock_Mouse
   Dim typRect As tagRect
   Static fClip As Boolean
           
     
     
Call ClipCursor(typRect)
      fClip = Not fClip
end function

Private Sub Form_QueryUnload(Cancel As Integer, UnloadMode As Integer)
Dim dirss
dirss = App.Path + "/"

Shell dirss + "YourAppName.exe"

End Sub

'

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by:kennym141282
ID: 1451493
The answer doesnt lock windows just the mouse!!!

Here's a clue, look at the following APIs

Createtool32help (or something like it)
Process32First
Process32Next
(CloseHandle)
OpenProcess
GetExitCodeProcess
TerminateProcess
(CloseHandle)

Have Fun! :)) Use your initiative!
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by:ljaques
ID: 1451494
One sure fire way of CRASHING windows is to slap the Winsock control onto your form and make ordinary calls to it over and over again (connect/disconnect) and within 4 hours time your entire system will go down because of lost memory. Your HD will also begin thrashing because of the lost physical RAM (resorting to full virtual).

Sounds like you are making a malignant virus...
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by:kennym141282
ID: 1451495
4 Hours... I think s/he wants an instant crash!!!

(Look into those APIs, I will help you further if you need it)
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by:kennym141282
ID: 1451496
I'd hide the cursor too!

add the declaration from the Win32API Reference!

' Code
r=ShowCursor(0)

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by:Shroom
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This freezes the mouse but it also makes it so nothing happens if u would like the code for it to disable ctrl alt del then ask me for it. then they cant do anything! Oh well have fun!!!
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