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Can Some One Help Me How To Do This

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How To Change To That automatically when you install windows..

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Please Tell Me How To Change From The Windows Xp Setup Disk.

Sorry my english suck.Because i'm from PARIS

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Can Some One Help Me How To Do This

Well, 1st screen - logonui.exe (i386\logonui.ex_)

2nd screen - ntoskrnl.exe (i386\ntoskrnl.ex_) or ntkrnlmp.exe (i386\ntkrnlmp.ex_)

mm... 2nd screen - it's a Windows Kernel. It may be diffirent on diffirent computers. You must change all kernel files - ntoskrnl.ex_, ntkrnlmp.ex_, ntkrpamp.exe (placed in SP2/SP3.cab) and ntkrnlpa.exe (placed in SP2/SP3 cab too).

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Can Some One Help Me How To Do This

Well, 1st screen - logonui.exe (i386\logonui.ex_)

2nd screen - ntoskrnl.exe (i386\ntoskrnl.ex_) or ntkrnlmp.exe (i386\ntkrnlmp.ex_)

mm... 2nd screen - it's a Windows Kernel. It may be diffirent on diffirent computers. You must change all kernel files - ntoskrnl.ex_, ntkrnlmp.ex_, ntkrpamp.exe (placed in SP2/SP3.cab) and ntkrnlpa.exe (placed in SP2/SP3 cab too).

How can i open these files logonui.ex_ ,ntoskrnl.ex_ ,ntkrnlmp.ex_ ,ntoskrnl.ex_, ntkrnlmp.ex_ ????? :( :( :(:unsure: :unsure: :unsure:

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12. Very often we see meaningless subjects in topic title. They give no clue of what the posts are all about. For example:

•Oh no!

•Help

•I'm mad

•Please help

•Question

•I need your help

•Hmmmm....

This should be avoided. Users should enter something more specific in the topic title so that it is easier for others to help.

A few good examples:

•Strange problem with DirectX9b redist

•RunOnceEx install problem (double installation)

•Change Internet Explorer's Icon back to default

Forum rules in my signature.

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