Kamrul08

How to change xp blue screen

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I want to change the color of XP (sp3) blue screen. I’ve visited many pages but I couldn’t successful. I’ve tried SMSS.exe with Res Tuner, Pe Explorer and Setupldr with hex editor following msfn forum post. I’m helpless. Please help me.

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i think you have to change winnt.exe in i386 folder f you run this it may show like this

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To do this job I've visited the following pages.

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and tried as their advises. But I'm still failure. Please help anybody.

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edit smss.exe located in your xp cd\i386\system32

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Please help anybody !!

We want to change it please

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We want to change it please

Why? :unsure:

Please choose one:

  1. becuz LOLz :w00t:
  2. I suffer from a rare condition and seeing the blue colour at length causes me fits, not entirely unlike epilepsy :ph34r:
  3. Other (please specify) :blink:

However:

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/112474-can-anyone-help-me-editing-setupldrbin-in-order-to-change-a-color/

jaclaz

No man :huh: .. Because from my point of view we have to modify all the files in Windows, but left for us the blue screen is the only thing that has not been modified

I hope that u have got the information correctly .. :)

i know we should modify (( winnt.exe )) By Hex codes and it was Difficult for me

ٍSorry for my bad english :blushing:

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No man :huh: .. Because from my point of view we have to modify all the files in Windows, but left for us the blue screen is the only thing that has not been modified

I hope that u have got the information correctly .. :)

Logical error detected. :w00t:

IF it was a "new frontier", you could not ask how it can be done, as noone would have already done it.

i know we should modify (( winnt.exe )) By Hex codes and it was Difficult for me

As a matter of fact WINNT.EXE (which is the installer from DOS) is one of the least used file for installation of Windows XP, while it was common enough in the (good ol') NT 4.00 days, I would dare to say that noone ever used it since year 2001 (initial release of XP) if not in very particular occasions, like:

http://www.911cd.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=16713

and even then, more than 7 (seven) years ago, those who used it can be counted on fingers without taking one's shoes off, as soon "better" methods were developed:

http://www.msfn.org/board/forum/157-install-windows-from-usb/

Definitely you are barking up the wrong tree hexediting the wrong file. :ph34r:

Cannot say if it helps you, but I would guess that the *overall* colouring choice of the text mode setup is not entirely different from the way BSOD's are coloured:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/markrussinovich/archive/2010/12/14/3374820.aspx

jaclaz

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