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how i can change de image setup background?

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517 and 518 are just the backgrounds, he talking about the windows

Pliek I think myselfdiem modify some of those. I have his French guide but I don't understand it completely and haven't had time to do any of those.

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it's spwizimg.dll inside your boot.wim image # 2. resource bitmaps 517 and 518.

this is not correct.

The white Background by creating the Useraccount and Passwort is not in the spwizimg.dll of boot.wim (image #2).

The white Background who you can read:

Installation Windows

...

...

Updtates was installed

Installation finished

is the spwizimg.dll of boot.wim (image #2)bitmaps 516

Edited by beatmaster

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517 and 518 are just the backgrounds, he talking about the windows

Pliek I think myselfdiem modify some of those. I have his French guide but I don't understand it completely and haven't had time to do any of those.

Yes i read that guide, things he refer to is editting the *.dll.mui files. He didn't mention the background in the account screen, only editting the setup text.

To bad nobody knows what file to change to get rid of the white screen (the making an account screen). :}

Edited by Pliek

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it's spwizimg.dll inside your boot.wim image # 2. resource bitmaps 517 and 518.

this is not correct.

The white Background by creating the Useraccount and Passwort is not in the spwizimg.dll of boot.wim (image #2).

The white Background who you can read:

Installation Windows

...

...

Updtates was installed

Installation finished

is the spwizimg.dll of boot.wim (image #2)bitmaps 516

@Beatmaster

Thats correct....

Edited by Pliek

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Noboddy......

I think it's needed to modify the file "msoobeui.dll" ( Windows\System32\oobe\msoobeui.dll) and edit the section UIFILES!

There are the xml files to modify, like "duixml" and it's needed to add some lines.

But i've not tried... Maybe later!

I've found some help here:

http://doc.trolltech.com/3.3/designer-manual-16.html#1-10

And in French:

http://www.wikikou.fr/modifier-activites-fenetre-conversation-dossier-14.html

I hope that will help you.

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Noboddy......

I think it's needed to modify the file "msoobeui.dll" ( Windows\System32\oobe\msoobeui.dll) and edit the section UIFILES!

There are the xml files to modify, like "duixml" and it's needed to add some lines.

But i've not tried... Maybe later!

I've found some help here:

http://doc.trolltech.com/3.3/designer-manual-16.html#1-10

And in French:

http://www.wikikou.fr/modifier-activites-fenetre-conversation-dossier-14.html

I hope that will help you.

Thanks ,...I'll look intoo it

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However some our customizations will be changed with original files if we us: sfc /scannow

The boot logon session customized disappears and the "little Microsoft bird" appears a new time !

Because the files need also to be replaced inside winsxs folder!

And it seems the files must match the Edition (SP0 or SP1).

Cheers

Edited by myselfidem

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