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Old 12-09-2004, 07:16 PM   #1
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I'm wondering how to change the boot screen. I've been able to change the logon screen by downloading a new logon from http://www.themexp.org and then starting in safe mode and changing logonui.exe with the new logon. But, now I want to try to change the boot screen. The file that it tells me to use to change with the new boot image is ntoskrnl.exe So I'm basically wondering if this is correct, and if they are correct that to change this I start into safe mode and basically do the same thing I did for the logon but just to a different file. Also, if something didn't work and it crashed on the boot screen next time, I noticed that safe mode doesn't display the boot screen. So if something went wrong could I just start it into safe mode and change it back to the original? Or would it still crash even if it doesn't show the boot screen?

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Old 12-29-2004, 12:35 PM   #2
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hello spacetime, Try to download the boot screen and replace the ntoskrnl.exe.....
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