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I had a thought today. When my computer was starting up, on the screen where it's loading Windows and has the Windows logo with the blue bar underneath it... Can you change that picture to something else?

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http://www.cybertech...ws-splashscreen
go to step #2 for putting in your own splash screen image
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I can't seem to make it work using that. I noticed at the top of the page it says it's intended for 98/95 users. Is there anything more specific for XP or something?
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BAH! sorry

http://jakeludington...oot_screen.html

i've used the bootskin option that they suggest here before and it's quite functional....i've also used other portions of the wincustomize suite...and i didn't like any of them hehehe...but the bootskin does work well
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Perfect! Thanks for the quick replies!
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