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Animated Boot screen in XP

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kiran-reddy

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Hello frnds, did any one know How to make animated boot screen for my XP like Wind0ws 7.

help me out frnds, i m eagerly waiting to know that.

how to setup my xp animated bootscreen.


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deathdragon

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Hello frnds, did any one know How to make animated boot screen for my XP like Wind0ws 7.

help me out frnds, i m eagerly waiting to know that.

how to setup my xp animated bootscreen.

the thing you wants doesnt supports 32bit xp,its only support 64bits xp,which xp u are using

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please install windows xp of 64bits and copy ntoskrnl.exe of win 7 and modified it and replace it works quite....
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the animation is not stored in the ntoskrnl.exe of Windows 7, it is stored in the bootres.dll
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Have you tried using a .gif or.bmp file and a regular boot screen editor? (Like Bootskins xp or Bootxp)
I used a program called Tuneup Utilities to change it.
(It's only a 15 day trial but it lets you keep the boot screen)

Edited by zoomeer296, 28 August 2012 - 05:30 PM.


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Arslan

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Have you tried using a .gif or.bmp file and a regular boot screen editor? (Like Bootskins xp or Bootxp)
I used a program called Tuneup Utilities to change it.
(It's only a 15 day trial but it lets you keep the boot screen)

tuneup utiltites change boot screen from window cd???????????




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