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Lucaz

Bootscreen Windows 7

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Hi all :)

Installed windows 7 6956 weeks ago, and i liked it for sure!

Man what a difference it was with Vista! Especially when looking at speed/stability!

Now i recently updated my system to the 7000 build.

But my bootscreen changed to the crappy vista bootscreen (just a loading bar).

Is it possibly to use the old 6956 files as boot?

As i don't have the old build anymore, i would ask if someone can help me out with these files from the older build if you want.

If so, i'll be very thankfull!

:D

Regards,

Lucas

Edited by Lucaz
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No change here either. It's the same.

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I got a crappy loading bar :S

Windows%20Vista.jpg

Don't understand what could have done this?

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I got a crappy loading bar :S

Don't understand what could have done this?

This happened on one of my machines too after upgrading (although I went from 6801 to 7000). Not sure what the cause is.

Edited by Super-Magician
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Hmmz yeah i didn't even update, swept my partition and did a clean install.

So...

:(

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Is there anyone around with a working bootscreen of the 7000 build & tune-up utitities?

If so, you can export the current bootscreen to a tune-up files ;) if you want/can.

I hope someone can help me out, hope it works btw :D

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I had the same problem. It was originally working, but after vlite-ing it i broke it :(

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