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ading custom boot screen to iso ? [help please]

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Breez

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Hi guys i maniged to create ISO my question is how can I add custom booting screen to this ISO ? is there atutorial I can look at or anything so I can learn please?


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I shall move this topic to the Customizing forum.
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Thanks guys :) sorry for inconviniance :) hope I get some reply to my problem

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Using OEM folders place your custom boot in the system32 folder and name it "OEMKrnl.exe"

Make a .cmd file with the following contents:

bootcfg /RAW /A /Kernel=OEMKrnl.exe /ID 1
bootcfg /Timeout 0

And call that via cmdlines.txt!

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Breez

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Thanks for reply how do I burn that in my ISO ?

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http://unattended.ms...474f7097af991e/

Any iso manager will do it

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Using OEM folders place your custom boot in the system32 folder and name it "OEMKrnl.exe"

Make a .cmd file with the following contents:

bootcfg /RAW /A /Kernel=OEMKrnl.exe /ID 1
bootcfg /Timeout 0

And call that via cmdlines.txt!



could you give the file path to system32 folder on a Win7 install disk.

thanks,

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could you give the file path to system32 folder on a Win7 install disk.

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This topic was in reference to Windows XP (bootcfg.exe was mentioned).
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