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  1. i used boot editor to prepare it. The odd thing is i took that same file and rename if from ntoskrnlw.exe to ntoskrnl.exe overwriting the original one, using safe mode of course, and it worked just fine. The error for the original problem is that the machine i used on was running SP1 and the file ntoskrnl.exe i used to make the alternate was from SP2. I think this was a problem. Didnt know sp1 and sp2 would be different. But the Boot.ini thing still puzzled me. I didnt mean to give attitude, i was at work and in a hurry, my bad.
  2. i tried that too but it didnt seem to take effect. The system still boot up w/ the orignal windows' boot screen. Following are the lines uner operating systems: multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect /NoExecute=OptIn multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect /NoExecute=OptIn /kernel=ntoskrnlw.exe the ntoskrnlw.exe is the altered one. Do i need the /noexecute=optin? what are the lines that work for you? Thanks.
  3. i did delete the content in the other post and said that i moved it over here. Like i said in the other post, i did not realize that under Customizing Windows is this forum.
  4. I created a boot screen with my company's logo but when replaced oh another desktop it gave me a blue screen error. I cant even boot into safe mode. I attached the screen shot to show the error screen. I took it with a digital camera so it a bit blurry. Blue screen when booting normally. It pop up after the boot screen showed up and the "bar" animated thing ran accross the screen a few times. [image]http://img103.echo.cx/img103/1340/bluescreen6zc.th.jpg[/image] This picture show when safe mode is loading some file it froze at alim1541.sys. The blue screen is the same as the above. [image]http://img103.echo.cx/img103/9032/safemodeerror1ko.th.jpg[/image] What is wrong here? I did the same thing on my work station and it went just fine but doesnt on other one. could it be windows xp version imcompatible or something? The systems are windows xp pro SP2. thanks guys. Update: tried the same process with my work station and worked just fine.
  5. i did the same process with my work station just now and it worked just fine. I dont see the problem. Can some one help? thanks.
  6. did not relize that there is a "XP LogonUI & Boot Screens" sub forum. Moved my post over there. A mod please remove this post because i dont want to have double posts. thanks.
  7. I already did a search, found a couple of posts but there were so many replies that i got lost and didnt find any clear solution. So can some one help me out with this? thanks.
  8. the license is just Pro version. my English is really bad and I dont like reading EULA, ehehehhe a bit lazy here. Any one know?
  9. I'm just thinking of making a boot screen with my company's logo and deploy system w/ them instead of the boring windows.... Since it's a company i need to make sure it is legal to do so. can some one confirm this?
  10. Just wondering if it is violate any "EULA" when replace window's boot screen with our own? boot screen is the one w/ windows logo and the blue progress bar thing. Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
  11. tell them to create a bmp picture and name it oemlogo.bmp and drop it in windows/system32 that should do it i think.
  12. I'm trying to set up some disclaimer like screen for computers on business network. What i'm looking for is just a screen that pop up some where in the loggin in process, before or after, that just say like "This is company properties blah blah blah .....". Curretnly i have no idea how to implement this so if some one can help me out that would be awesome. Thanks.
  13. dam i'm blind, thanks. when you mean switchless install it doesnt need any /option behind it. just xxxxxx.exe is ok? for do i need xxxxxx.exe /s? thanks for your hard work P.S what's the different between /S and /s?


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