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Windows 7: Change Boot Logo/Screen?

05 Dec 2010   #191

Windows 7 Ultimate x64


Sorry For Responding So Late,

you Open OobeFldr.dll in Restorator OR Resource hacker or a simular app

and the exe file is called GettingStarted.exe

NOT Welcome.exe OR WelcomeCenter.exe like you would assume

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25 Mar 2011   #192

Windows 7 Professional 32bit

It does work. But we need moar themes.. which is easily made. As all we need to create a startup logo is 105 bmps, at 200x200 px . So. Im gonna do afew themes and you can comment on 'em soon.
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26 Mar 2011   #193

7 x64

I made one that I think is pretty cool, the terrible youtube video doesnt do it justice..
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11 Jul 2011   #194

win 7 ultimate x64

if you are still lookin for a program to change your boot screen you can use a program called win 7 boot updater works great i been using it for about 6 weeks now and no probleams yet i hope this helps
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28 Jul 2011   #195

Primary HDD boot Win 7 Ultimate x64, on partition Ubuntu 11.04

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ShopBunny View Post

He asked, so I simply answered. Something wrong with that ?
If you wanna "tweak" your os without even rolling up your sleeves imo is lame and lazy. That way you'll never learn how to actually "tweak" your os.
Well said

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by monkeys breath View Post
... all i said is that most people want a neat little app or .reg key to install to achieve the end result . . . if not for hackers a lot of os customization would not be possible.
A. Go write an app yourself. Programmers don't have the time to endlessly write lines of code for others who don't understand a complex system beyond *point* and *click*

B. Hackers are really just programmers, in a sense, in the way that script is manipulated into doing something different, sniffing for security holes or making back doors

If it wasn't for freelance programmers with a lot of time on their hands, a lot of great apps and software wouldn't be floating around.

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Hell yea it's worth! I want my grinning eyepatched skull back with the text saying: Micro$hit Windows Pirated Edition, Right to copy

Bythe way,I never had a single virus with XP ('cept for blaster mybe ) and i used a TON of bootscreens (which were freakin' exe's! Dont tell me, THOSE weren't security risks!)
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19 Aug 2011   #196

Windows 7 Professional
Simple Solution

I saw this thread when I was searching for a way to change to boot screen, and later I found this nifty little applet which lets you do just that!!!!

Coder for Life - Project - Windows 7 Boot Updater
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05 May 2012   #197

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 ( DB with ) Ubuntu 11.10

My question is why bother changing it in the first place.? do you reboot that many times a day that it gets annoying?
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05 May 2012   #198

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

My main goals (as the developer of the software) are for the following reasons:
  • Branding (selling computers with your branding instead of / in additon to MS's)
  • Hide the fact it is Windows (for HTPC's, medical devices, and other specialized equipment)
  • For machines frequently started up / shutdown (car PCs)
  • Because you can
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06 May 2012   #199

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Pro x64 / Win 10 Pro

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaine806 View Post
My question is why bother changing it in the first place.? do you reboot that many times a day that it gets annoying?
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thaimin View Post
Because you can
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19 Nov 2013   #200

windows 7 ultimate x64

I cannot get win7 boot updater to work on my system. I'm using windows 7 ultimate x64.
Figured it out, I was using service pack 1. I just did a fresh install and win7bootupdater works sweet.
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