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Windows 7: How do I change windows7 boot animation when resolution 800X600

17 Apr 2014   #1
tswdysk

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How do I change windows7 boot animation when resolution 800X600

Hello , I already know change windows7 boot animation need access bootres.dll and
winload.exe.mui. But if resolution below 1024X768 it seem different. Can anybody teach me which file need be change, Thank you a lot!

Ps. I know my English is terrible , I hope it can be
understood.


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20 Apr 2014   #2
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Welcome to Seven Forums tswdysk. If your native resolution is below 1024x768,you will always have the Vista style boot animation. I don't believe anyone has ever been able to bypass this.

See this thread, where the method for changing boot animation was 1st worked out.

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More kernel stuff: Distorted resoltion hack
I have done some tests and believe it is impossible to set screen resolution correctly to 800x600 and get animation at the same time. However I noticed it is possible to boot with 1024x768 and then force the kernel into believing the resolution is something different (must be smaller though, else it will crash) right before it will play the animation. With forced 800x600 it will look like flimmering stretched over the screen like this;
How to change boot animation in Windows 7

A Guy
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20 Apr 2014   #3
tswdysk

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Many thanks for your help!
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