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    Changing Windows Boot Screen

    Yo all was wondering if there was a app out there to allow me to change the windows boot screen and make my own? I've looked at tutorials and that but they look really confusing..... was wondering if there is anything to ease the pain

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    Style XP will change it.

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    bear in mind changing the windows boot screen involves having replacement code forcibly inserted into the windows nt kernel. i've had stability issues doing it. be wary.

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    hmm thanks for the info guys ill get around checking this stuff hopefuly i wont run in to any stability issues

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    The best thing really is to try it out with StyleXP... it makes a backup of your files and modifies your boot.ini file so that you can choose logo or normal mode

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    Why do you want to modify it anyway? It appears for a few seconds then goes away again.

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    caged not all the pcs in the house are UBER gaming machines lol so i instead of the normal boot up i want to juice it up abit to everyones taste making it feel abit more like theres

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    Ended up using this, seems to be the best out oft he 3 I tried

    http://www.belchfire.net/~userxp/indexlbr.htm

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