First of all, I know that there are plenty of Logon Screen Customization Software, Applications, etc. out there, but I'm not looking for anything modified.
I recently Installed Mac OS X Snow Leopard i7 Transformation Pack onto my pc.
I noticed a differance in performance and therfore wanted to uninstall it. After going through all the Uninstall steps, I still needed to replace my explorer.exe file with the original one, as it gets modified during installation of the Transformation Pack.
Anyway, I got everything back to Original Windows 7 Aero Theme, Start button, etc. But I still can't get my Logon Screen sorted out. Because when I startup, the Apple Logo still appears at the bottem of the Blue Background.
How can I remove this Apple Logo? I have restored the Registry with the original file located under C:\Windows\System32\oobe\background.jpeg
I do not have a \\Info\Backgrounds\ file located under oobe. I even created this to see if it would work, but doesn't.
Help would be appriciated.