Boot Logo

  quack 14:35 12 Jan 2005

Has anyone any idea how to remove the Logo shown on bootup on Packard Bell computers. I have removed mobo makers logos through Bios settings before but have not got this facility with the Packard Bell

  iambeavis 14:42 12 Jan 2005

You could try this - click here

  TomJerry 14:47 12 Jan 2005

if you do not want to mess up the whole window setup

if you really want to mess with it, try bootxp click here

have a look ThemeXP click here and styleXp click here as well when you do all mess up

"Where Are The Windows® Logo In Windows XP® or Windows 2000®
The Boot Screen Logo Are Stored as a Resource in the NTOSKRNL.EXE File, This File Are in Your Windows\System32 Directory And It is Called At Boot By The Windows© Kernel When XP Starts"

  TomJerry 14:51 12 Jan 2005

if you get correct boot skin from ThemeXP

  rawprawn 15:21 12 Jan 2005

click here you can have free trial to change what you want, but I was so impressed with Tune Up Utilities I bought the program.

  ACOLYTE 15:21 12 Jan 2005

Bootskin is the easiest but it will only change the windows boot screen not the bios one.

  iambeavis 15:32 12 Jan 2005

Bootskin is also the safest as it doesn't go near NTOSKRNL.EXE which will take more than the boot screen with it if you mess up.

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