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Change windows startup splash screen in 98 and ME

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#1 cowsgonemadd3


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Posted 23 July 2004 - 11:39 AM

Here is a neat way to change that old bla splash screen that pops up every time you load windows 98 or ME.Using Microsoft Paint or another graphics program, create an image that is exactly 320 pixels wide and 400 pixels high. Save it in 256-color Bitmap format in the C:\ folder, using the name LOGO.SYS. Windows will use this graphic in place of the Windows logo until you change or delete the file. If you aint a good drawer you can get pre drawed ones at sites that have windows wallpapers and themes. I think you can also place a pic in the paint and load that instead of a drawing????........ You might even can use existing wallpapers? I have not tried it i have windows XP.
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