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How to customize the screen right before login screen?


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Hi guys,

I know how to customize/change the boot screen and login screen for XP but like to know how to change the one right before Login screen as well. How do I do that please? Do I need special program to achieve that?

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The Welcome Screen?
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Hi Neil, thanks for your reply. No I don't think it's the "Welcome Screen" cos isn't that what the Logon screen is? I just installed a customized version of Windows XP and the boot screen, logon screen, and the screen right in front of the logon screen were all changed.

I used TuneUp to change the boot screen and logon but found no option for the third one. I don't used Vista now but what I'm trying to describe is like that screen with the Vista logo in the center then that little "bing~" noise right before the logon screen comes up on Vista.

Any idea how to change that for XP? :)

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