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Hi Guys, I deploy a unattend instalation with Server 2008 and Win 7, editing the setup utility from the disk. the unattend file works fine and apply correctly my image from my MDT server but i can´t find the background of the image attached. somebody knows how change it?


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http://www.msfn.org/...utdown-screens/
that only gets part of it. I am seeking the rest

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What part are you missing. Only the background after the first reboot ?

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What part are you missing. Only the background after the first reboot ?

After it does the registry stuff, start service and I think it is in RunRegistryDlls:Retrieved section name for this phase as Specialize. Starts out small screen and later goes bigger. Still the Powder puff
Why had you found something else?

Edited by maxXPsoft, 24 February 2010 - 06:49 AM.


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What part are you missing. Only the background after the first reboot ?

After it does the registry stuff, start service and I think it is in RunRegistryDlls:Retrieved section name for this phase as Specialize. Starts out small screen and later goes bigger. Still the Powder puff
Why had you found something else?



Thanks maxXPsoft I found it.

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Thanks maxXPsoft I found it.

Sacriestory
What did you find the other part?

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Thanks maxXPsoft I found it.

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What did you find the other part?



Hi maxXPsoft, I dont understand what you mean with the other part? but in the Source Folder I found various files with the code *img* for example:
arunimg.dll
spwizmg.dll
w32uiimg.dll
wdsimage.dll

in that file I found all bmp files and I replaced the images with reshack tool.



what part exactly are you looking for? maybe i can help you.

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What part are you missing. Only the background after the first reboot ?

After it does the registry stuff, start service and I think it is in RunRegistryDlls:Retrieved section name for this phase as Specialize. Starts out small screen and later goes bigger. Still the Powder puff
Why had you found something else?

It depends, not exactly sure what you mean by "powder puff", is that the background image with the stupid bird, which does not occur in my setup (anywhere). or is powder puff the little gif animation (firstuxres.wim) that actually isn't that bad ? (which does happen in my build on first boot).

Here is a VMware movie of my install, the first reboot has just occurred and "Setup is updating Registry settings" followed by "Setup is starting services" (after a slight resize). I used to go blue image at about 30s into the video, but not sure what I changed to avoid that.

Edited by MrJinje, 24 February 2010 - 12:48 PM.


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Ok what did you do to replace with black background? Powder Puff was what I call the default MS image like background in Sacriestory first post

arunimg.dll
spwizmg.dll
w32uiimg.dll
wdsimage.dll
I had looked through all those but with Restorator so I'll look again with reshacker

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Ok what did you do to replace with black background? Powder Puff was what I call the default MS image like background in Sacriestory first post

arunimg.dll
spwizmg.dll
w32uiimg.dll
wdsimage.dll
I had looked through all those but with Restorator so I'll look again with reshacker



Ok wait. the loading screen of begin isn´t related with the source folder. is relates to boot manager. make this execise if you replace de bootloader of Win 7 with one of Windows vista the windows logo loading screen changes from Win 7 to windows vista.

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Ok what did you do to replace with black background? Powder Puff was what I call the default MS image like background in Sacriestory first post

arunimg.dll
spwizmg.dll
w32uiimg.dll
wdsimage.dll
I had looked through all those but with Restorator so I'll look again with reshacker

Are you getting the powder puff in the spwizmg.dll that is inside the Mount\Windows\System32 folder ? (HINT: it's inside install.wim)

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Are you getting the powder puff in the spwizmg.dll that is inside the Mount\Windows\System32 folder ? (HINT: it's inside install.wim)

Crud, looked at my code. Had it in there before cause the other dll is there. Think something happened and I went back to a previous version. Will try again.

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Well, don't forget that the WINRE.WIM (inside install.wim) also contain a few copies of these files as well. If you mounted it and changed them, then you have a fully SevenUA recovery environment as well.

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Warning [0x0a011f] UI SpwLoadBitmap failed: Bitmap Id [517], Error code 15100.
FatalError [0x090001] PANTHR Exception (code 0xE0000100: <unknown>) occurred at 0x000007FEFD02AA7D in C:\Windows\system32\KERNELBASE.dll

Crash and burn when you get those :lol:
Need to modify my images

Edited by maxXPsoft, 27 February 2010 - 02:45 AM.


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Bingo, you can see by the progress bar it's using my image as the background

Attached File  bngo.jpg   149.94KB   85 downloads

Edited by maxXPsoft, 28 February 2010 - 02:54 AM.


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Where is the powder puff? Or IS this a trade secret?:D John

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Where is the powder puff? Or IS this a trade secret?:D John

powder puff is only what I called the default MS image. the light blue with flowers

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In our forum win-lite.de we now have almost all the files found, for the Install Background.

See here:


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Klicke ich nun auf "WEITER" und "INSTALLIEREN" :

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Nachdem das Setup gestartet wurde (ab der EULA Eingabe) wird nun das Bild für das Eingabefenster als Hintergrund gewählt.

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Nach dem ersten Neustart des Setups geht es so weiter:

Hier seht ihr an der Pfadangabe auf dem Bild, dass hier kurz der eigentliche logonscreen geladen wird.

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Nach dem 2.ten Neustart sieht es bisher so aus. Hier ist das Eingabefenster noch nicht entschlüsselt:

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In our forum win-lite.de we now have almost all the files found, for the Install Background.

myselfidem has done all those with French version. myselfidem French pdf and dll's
The Dll's are language specific so do not use any other language dll.

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@beatmaster

Nice background. :wub:
Can you tell me where I can download that background.
I want to use it for my windows DVD.

Thx Glim

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Hi Glimmerman,

here is the background.


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Beatmaster you're the best. :thumbup

Thx m8

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my newest modded dll's to change setup/logon/shutdown screens, available in my Guides\English in my link in my Sig
Looks a lot better even with the all the new 7 animations
x86 and x64 dll's or mod your own

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my newest modded dll's to change setup/logon/shutdown screens, available in my Guides\English in my link in my Sig
Looks a lot better even with the all the new 7 animations
x86 and x64 dll's or mod your own


I hope you don't mind, but I re-wrote your script to mount an image modify it automatically, then unmount it, thus saving myself some time. The script is attached, for anyone else who might want to use it.

PS> I left our the FirstUXRes.wim, as even after editing it, it seemed to ignore my image, so meh lol
PPS> If anyone knows of a utility(or utilities) that can take an image, make multiple copies of it in different resolutions, and then inject those into a dll, I would be happy to hook them up to my script to fully automate the process (basically, you place an image in the folder the *.cmd is in, and run it, and Bob's your Uncle)

Attached File  Modify Windows 7 Setup Imagery.7z   1.48KB   149 downloads

Edited by Rasengan, 06 May 2010 - 07:26 PM.


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PS> I left our the FirstUXRes.wim, as even after editing it, it seemed to ignore my image,

Have to change the 1 background in the FirstUXRes.wim with my image and it looks real good cause the black background fits real nicely with the new animated logo you see below the 'Setup is preparing..' you see on a setup. You only see this on an actual setup :thumbup
I'll look at your file

Edited by maxXPsoft, 07 May 2010 - 11:12 AM.





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