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Windows 7: How to change boot animation in Windows 7

05 Mar 2011   #631
sexus

windows 7 x64 ultimate sp1
 
 

cant there be a simple winbootupdater made that doesnt give two sacks about bootmgr.exe security like simply overwrite ...would be tons appreciated


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07 Mar 2011   #632
RBCC

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Thanks Thaiman:
I'm gone sorry to bother you!
Most of my questions are follow-up questions!
If I had a $50,000 I'd hire you but right now I don't have it.

John
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07 Mar 2011   #633
RBCC

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

I am using Reverse Integration to integrate sp 1 into Windows 7. can I use boot updater on the integration partition and then manually put the files back into the original DVD and will the boot animation that I created work on the new install?

John
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07 Mar 2011   #634
marcusj0015

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

dude, do yourself a favor and download the official Windows 7 SP1 ISO, hell if you have to torent it, but make sure the hashes match the official hashes

this will save you ALOT of time and effort.
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07 Mar 2011   #635
thaimin

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

@sexus
The problem is that the bootmgr "security" it is talking about is the security the bootmgr imposes on winload.exe and it must be removed to allow winload.exe to be modified. However there is a way around it. In the "Options" menu select a different bootmgr, you can select C:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\bootmgr. That file is a copy of the original that isn't used. And, by the way, it is "bootmgr" not "bootmgr.exe"
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07 Mar 2011   #636
RBCC

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

@marcusj0015:

they do,

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I was wondering if I was to use the boot updater to modify the boot screen on the partition of the reverse integrated and copied that boot folder to the copied partition?

I have a partition that I have installed my sp1 integrated windows 7
Ihave another partition that I have a copied WIndows 7 source
where I take out the install.wim file and copy the new install.wim file from the integrated install.wim to the source files.
Then copy the boot.wim files likewise!

John
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07 Mar 2011   #637
sexus

windows 7 x64 ultimate sp1
 
 

xD...sorry for not being mr. perfect thaimin and btw thanks will try asap ...damn we ought to get this workin ...huzahh!!!...here goes nothing..


update: it worked id be damned shouldve said so in the first place ....hell yeah !!!!


btw cant wait to see what updates are to come to our beloved bootupdater ...perhaps background pictures instead of plain black ...lol...rock on !!!!
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08 Mar 2011   #638
RBCC

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
thats all I have been saying

@sexus

That's what I have been saying , is that we should get this **damn** thing running with the background but I have been told to fork over money or keep quiet!

John
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08 Mar 2011   #639
thaimin

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

@RBCC

I am working on it. However your persistence to remind me that you want it every other day is EXTREMELY annoying. Reminding my every other day does not make me go faster or make it more of a priority. So far you haven't contributed a single thing, you just bitch that it isn't up to your standards and isn't being made fast enough. The only time someone gets to talk that way to me is if they are hiring me. I am just trying to put it into perspective, you are treating me as your employee, not someone who is just making a program for fun that you get to use for free. Everyone else is GRATEFUL for the progress that I have made, and their grievances are stated once, not continuously.
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08 Mar 2011   #640
marcusj0015

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

well, i havent gotten that far in my image, but there are two methods, you could pre patch the files, easiest method, or you could patch them while Windwos is being installed. with a script and using Thaimin's command line switches, and a premade bootskin
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