Blue Screen of Death. The last thing any PC user wants to see. Often happens when the CPU or RAM is overclocked due to a program, but more often than not it happens when you try to run a program that your shiny new 500 Terrabite Jet-engine powered computer hasn't seen before. (i.e a Super Mario Game from the 90s)
Try to run Age of Mythology on a super computer. There's your example of a BSOD.
by John?Maybe April 02, 2011
Blue Screen of Death. Comes from using cheap Chinese hardware with poorly written drivers in Windows (mostly) 9X/ME that will not work at all in Linux and can't even be placed in a Mac.
I got a BSOD because I was using a Mitsui CHD93 CD-RW drive on a VIA Kelut mobo with 64 megs of Rosewill RAM I got from my neighbor in Windows ME. Time to party like it's 1979 with LINUX (that will solve my problems)
by Snacman October 20, 2007