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Boot messages not longer displaied! How to re-enable them again?

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a couple of weeks ago I installed XPize 5 Release 6. Since I use it, I can not see any boot message any more. I mean if I enable filesystem-check at boot-time or I use ultradefrag in boot mode. The jobs are done. But I only can see the xpize-logo on the screen, not the text-window that as usually visible if such a boot-task was executed.

This now happend on two of my systems.

Can anyone tell me how to re-enable these boot-messages?

Tnx in advance,


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Open up Boot.ini in Notepad (make sure it isn't read-only)

Remove the /BOOTLOGO option.

You can get a list of drivers as they're loaded by adding /SOS

...there's no reason to do that other than to look 'different'.

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