BugCheck2Linux Tool Brings Life After Windows BSOD

An attention-grabbing new software for PC leaves customers in a Linux shell if Home windows crashes. This BugCheck2Linux not too long ago highlighted NSG650 automobile NTDEV Twitter makes use of the bugcheck callback perform in Home windows to run an executable – even after a BSOD (Blue Display screen of Loss of life) crash. So, “Loss of life” on this case isn’t the tip, it’s precisely the place Linux begins.

It isn’t frequent information that applications can run after a Home windows BSOD, however BugCheck2Linux expands the present prospects of working executables by way of the ‘bug examine callback perform’ in addition a very totally different working system. You may study in regards to the supposed use of the bugcheck callback routine at: Learn Microsoft (opens in new tab) documentation website.

BugCheck2Linux works as a driver “working a small RISC V emulator working Linux”. The NSG650 says the display output is utilizing bootvid.dll and the enter relies on polling a PS/2 keyboard driver. The developer cites the ReactOS Undertaking for the bootvid documentation, mini-rv32ima for the RISC V emulator and Linux picture, and the OSdev Wiki for the PS/2 documentation.


(Picture credit score: NSG650)

Linux set up has some fairly critical limitations that may work after Home windows BSOD. For instance, the show output is restricted to 640 x 480 pixels and 16 colours, the system works solely on BIOS-based (not UEFI) methods, runs slowly, and has limitations resembling keyboard assist not permitting customers to rollback. In different phrases, this BSOD software doesn’t depart you with a contemporary Ubuntu set up.

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