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blrjohn07

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Can anyone help me please ???

I wanna put my office logo on syster properties.

Waiting for ur prompt reply

John
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I have used this program before. OEM Stamper. Or you can alter the oemlogo.bmp and oeminfo.ini files in the Windows System32 forlder by hand.
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I have used this program before. OEM Stamper. Or you can alter the oemlogo.bmp and oeminfo.ini files in the Windows System32 forlder by hand.


Dear CMW,

Unlimited Thanks to you. Now just let me try. I got one problem..Not getting this file oeminfo.ini and oemlogo.bmp. What should I do ?

John

Edited by blrjohn07, 18 August 2007 - 07:11 AM.

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If you don't have an oeminfo.ini or oemlogo.bmp, you can Google the filenames and download sample ones. Or make new ones.
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done...Thanks bro..
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