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    Boot screen on xp

    How do you create your own boot screen for windows xp?
    And what program should i use to make one?

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    this one too woul dlike to know this. and also how to modify the "welcome" screen (i dont fond blue verry "welcoming")

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    Grumble Grumble Grumble

    This is NOT a AMV topic... Moving to Tech Center
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    oops, he he he. sorry...

    HEY! what am i doing appologising?! i'm not the thread author! oops. he he he. sorry...

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    Sorry about that....never happen again.
    Who knows how to change the boot screen on xp.....anyone?

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    There are Programs where you can change your boot screen. If you are talking about the welcome screen you can get Style XP You can find themes and all that at ThemXP.org Style XP will allow you to change your desktop icons, wallpapers, taskbar look, Welcome Screen and Boot.INI If you want to do it yourself you can find ResEdit on TGTsofts website. This will make eding the GUI of a registery edit easyer.

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    though I do recommend that you should back up your system files when doing so, because I was advised to do that myself in case something is done wrong

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    would setting a system restore point be sufficient? or would i have to physically back up the files? IF SO WHICH ONES?

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