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Windows 7: How to change boot animation in Windows 7

17 Feb 2011   #571

Windows7 x64


now works correctly!!!

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18 Feb 2011   #572

hi i am new here

well i am sort of new around here i am tring to make a boot animation that is automaticaly in stalled in the windows 7 disk any ideas
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18 Feb 2011   #573

Windows 7 Pro 64 / 7 Pro 64 / 7 Home Prem 64

That's still not quite possible. I am working on it.
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18 Feb 2011   #574

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

@Thaimin, use google translate to translate.

it may not be 100% perfect, but alot better than displaying the error messages in a completely different language
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18 Feb 2011   #575

Windows 7 Pro x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thaimin View Post
The first post is quite intense, its more of a reference if you want to understand how it actually works. I have developed a program that does it all for you, and a bit more.
Really? Can I get a download link for that?
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18 Feb 2011   #576


Link to thaimin's application is in the first post (now both at the start and end of it).
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18 Feb 2011   #577

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

i'm new to the forum but have been following this thread and trying out the alpha's and just wanted to say the Alpha 10 works great on my Ultimate x64, great job Thaimin
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18 Feb 2011   #578

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Thanks thaimin
every thing works fine.
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18 Feb 2011   #579

Dual Boot 7600 RTM x64

Thanks mate, i guess the end result is that it works with Boot.wim and install.wim.

Boot.wim the first choice but Install.wim would be really cool

Thanks again

P.S, i have something else you might be interested at looking at, lets say a half completed project that needs a good ending.
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18 Feb 2011   #580

well i found a way

i found a way to make boot though a bootskin with the help of winrar in the $oem$ but i would prefire it in the setup but it works for now but it works great cant wait to see what you come up with next
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