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Remove Intel Splash Screen at Boot


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tomtuckey2

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Being a newbie, I am not sure if this is the correct place to post this for advice.

Can I get some assistance on this from someone, please?

I put together a new computer, Intel Motherboard, Processor, heat sink, fan, etc.

Now when I start the computer just prior to booting up, the orange and blue Intel screen appears for a few seconds and then XP boots up.

What do I need to do in order for the Intel screen not to appear when I first start the computer?

Appreciate any and all assistance,

Thank you..........
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Tyger

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The splash screen is actually stored in the BIOS flash memory. You may be able to disable it in setup by enabling view POST screen. But you may be able to learn to like it after a while. After all, it says you put your own machine together.
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To go along with Tyger's reply, yes you do need to flash the bios and change the 'badge' that is used for the splash screen. You can read up more about it [here
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The splash screen is actually stored in the BIOS flash memory. You may be able to disable it in setup by enabling view POST screen. But you may be able to learn to like it after a while. After all, it says you put your own machine together.

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Thank you for the quick response......Yes, I am proud of the accomplishment of building my first one. Just was curious as to how to ?

Take care,
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