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Hi All !

I want to scream.... I have followed all the directions.. to the letter.

Used resource hacker to load sysdm.cpl. I them went to Dialogue, 101, 1033 and deleted the top BMP place holder, streched the bottom one to the proper size. All is well so far.

I them went and press the compile script button, then I go to file, save. So far so good.

If I leave resource hacker running and hit windows+break, it shows up properly. BUT, as soon as I exit resource hacker.... it all returns to normal.

AGGGHHH !!!!

I even went and saved somewhere else and copied the file into the system32 folder, but still nothing.

Could someone please help me out and explain what I am doing wrong ???

Thanks !

Combat Smurf

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Does someone know where to get some good Windows XP logo's (alpha channel prefered)?

It needs to be a good quality ;) (I want to use it for oemlogo.bmp)

Thanks in advance and this is a really usefull topic! :)

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I have this! And offcourse you are free to dl it

oemlogo6it.png

but you have to save as BMP format

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Just out of curiosity has anybody tried an animated oemlogo?

I am unsure as to whether or not we can have animated bmp files, i know we can have animated gif

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Just out of curiosity has anybody tried an animated oemlogo?

I am unsure as to whether or not we can have animated bmp files, i know we can have animated gif

i think its possible.. if u look at the latest transformation oack, the system properties there has an animated logo..

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I do all that, and i have my big oemlogo, but when i put a new oemlogo and oeminfo, all changes of the sysdm.cpl they undo. :(

Sorry for my english :)

i Have The Same Problem :no:

can any one help please :no::no:

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Hi All !

I want to scream.... I have followed all the directions.. to the letter.

Used resource hacker to load sysdm.cpl. I them went to Dialogue, 101, 1033 and deleted the top BMP place holder, streched the bottom one to the proper size. All is well so far.

I them went and press the compile script button, then I go to file, save. So far so good.

If I leave resource hacker running and hit windows+break, it shows up properly. BUT, as soon as I exit resource hacker.... it all returns to normal.

AGGGHHH !!!!

I even went and saved somewhere else and copied the file into the system32 folder, but still nothing.

Could someone please help me out and explain what I am doing wrong ???

Thanks !

Combat Smurf

Same Problem

Please any one have sysdm Modified and working well please upload it

please help :}:}

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Hi All !

I want to scream.... I have followed all the directions.. to the letter.

Used resource hacker to load sysdm.cpl. I them went to Dialogue, 101, 1033 and deleted the top BMP place holder, streched the bottom one to the proper size. All is well so far.

I them went and press the compile script button, then I go to file, save. So far so good.

If I leave resource hacker running and hit windows+break, it shows up properly. BUT, as soon as I exit resource hacker.... it all returns to normal.

AGGGHHH !!!!

I even went and saved somewhere else and copied the file into the system32 folder, but still nothing.

Could someone please help me out and explain what I am doing wrong ???

Thanks !

Combat Smurf

Same Problem

Please any one have sysdm Modified and working well please upload it

please help :}:}

First copy sysdm32.cpl to %systemroot%\system32\dllcache and when a window pops up about restoring the file from cd press NO and copy sysdm32.cpl to %systemroot%\system32

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First copy sysdm32.cpl to %systemroot%\system32\dllcache and when a window pops up about restoring the file from cd press NO and copy sysdm32.cpl to %systemroot%\system32

i Cant Find dllcache ???

here is my sysdm file

please help

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First copy sysdm32.cpl to %systemroot%\system32\dllcache and when a window pops up about restoring the file from cd press NO and copy sysdm32.cpl to %systemroot%\system32

i Cant Find dllcache ???

here is my sysdm file

please help

dllcache is a hidden folder.. Start -> Run -> "%systemroot%\system32\dllcache"

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i still have the same problem

i dont know what is wrong i do

if u can upload sysdm file that modified and works i will be very glad

i will attach the photo which i wanna to be shown at system properties

thanks a lot

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ok i will try it

i have another question

if i cab the file sysdm.cpl and add it to I386 after modifying it

will it work fine after windows setup ????

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