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Any Of You Changing Your Login/boot Screen ?


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#1 cmon1011

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Posted 15 August 2007 - 04:51 AM

I'm using Windows XP SP2
I did this years ago, but when SP appears, I haven't change it because compatibility problem

So any of you doing this?
If so, do you use additional software that can do both? what I did was just changing the ntoskrnl.exe for boot screen, I never try the login screen one

I take a look at themexp.org / wincustomize.com & some of them said about it's compatible with SP1 (probably also with SP2) or using other software, I did use StyleXP but it doesn't really work the last time I tried (years ago though), I also used DesktopX, but it's too much coding with that

So any suggestion for a software that can change both login & boot screen? (& if it's possible, the theme also :thumbsup:)

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Posted 15 August 2007 - 10:10 AM

The first site you recommend, Themexp.org, is considered a RED site by MacAfee SiteAdvisor. It should be avoided. Details of Themexp.org
The second site reports to be GREEN by SiteAdvisor.
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Posted 15 August 2007 - 02:12 PM

Oh, I don't know about that
Then, any suggestion what software that can change both login & boot screen?

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