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change boot screen in windows XP

By wajidvu ·
How can I change the windows XP boot screen which is shown when the computer starts where also the balls run in a bar.

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Here you go ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to change boot screen in win ...

http://www.jakeludington.com/windows_xp/20060219_change_xp_boot_screen.html

Read down to the point where the article mentions BOOTSKIN - that's what you need to put other pictures in the place of the original.

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how to change window xp boot screen

by techno_mark In reply to change boot screen in win ...

1.Turn off the boot screen. This will give you a completely blank screen while the computer boots up. To turn off the screen, go to the "Start" menu and click on "Run." In the window that comes up, type "MSCONFIG" and click "Enter." This will bring up the "System Configuration" window. Click on the "Boot" tab and put a check in the box beside "No GUI boot." Click "OK."
2.Download BootSkin if you prefer to replace the boot image. BootSkin is an application that makes changing the boot screen in XP easy. It has its own library of boot images, and when you select a new image from BootSkin, it automatically overrides your computer's defaults.
3.Open Bootskin. Bootskin will save to your computer under the folder "WinCustomize." When you located the Bootskin icon, double-click to open the program.
4.Select one of Bootskin's boot skin options. There are several skins to choose from, including "Time Warp" and "Toon Boot." Click "Preview" to see what the skins look like before making your final selection.
5.Click "Apply." The new skin will automatically replace your old boot screen. The next time you reboot your computer, your new skinned boot screen will appear during start-up.

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