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By RTC ·
Is there any way I can replace the Windows XP startup screen with my organization's logo?

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by TheChas In reply to Replacing Startup Screen

Here is a link to get you started:

http://www.thetechguide.com/howto/xpbootlogo/

READ all the details carefully.

The utilities and file editing can cause problems booting XP if you are not cautions.

Chas

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by saihib In reply to Replacing Startup Screen

If you want to change the logon logo do this: Get ResHack and open up the msgina.dll file. It's in Windows\System32 folder. Under Bitmap, select 101/1033 and 107/1033. In Reshack, go to Action/Replace bitmap and select the bitmap file of your company logo. You'll need to use Reshack to make a copy of the Windows bitmap and then open it up in Paint and check the attributes to determine the pixel size (in W2K it's 413 X 79)and make your logo the same size. Save the file as msgina2.dll in the System32 folder. Reboot to safe mode with a command prompt and rename msgina.dll to msgina.old and rename msgina2.dll to msgina.dll and your done.

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by Sawan Gupta In reply to Replacing Startup Screen

Download the software BootXP from

http://www.fvip.net/bootxp/

You can change the boot screen through it.

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