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Hi!

I'm working on my windows 7 project these days but I've a problem:

I switched sysprep to customize windows 7

I installed my stuff

I changed bootscreen with win7bootupdater

I finished sysprep

I captured my windows 7

BUT

When I try to test my windows 7, I've got "digital signature error" before the second step of installation

How can I fix it?

I hope you understand my problem

Thanks...

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Dont patch stuff, do it after

is there a way to integrate customized bootscreen?

Yes, You can change the bootscreen in offline mode.

follow this :-

1.) Customize your bootscreen in test system or vm.

2.) copy the "C:\Windows\System32\en-US\winload.exe.mui" file to some where.

NOTE: C:\ is where u have installed test os

3.) Mount install.wim.

4.) Copy the custom "winload.exe.mui" to [Mount Location]\Windows\System32\en-US

5.) Unmount the image with commit command line.

6.) Enjoy !

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Dont patch stuff, do it after

is there a way to integrate customized bootscreen?

Yes, You can change the bootscreen in offline mode.

follow this :-

1.) Customize your bootscreen in test system or vm.

2.) copy the "C:\Windows\System32\en-US\winload.exe.mui" file to some where.

NOTE: C:\ is where u have installed test os

3.) Mount install.wim.

4.) Copy the custom "winload.exe.mui" to [Mount Location]\Windows\System32\en-US

5.) Unmount the image with commit command line.

6.) Enjoy !

I want to change the default animaton too

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Dont patch stuff, do it after

is there a way to integrate customized bootscreen?

Yes, You can change the bootscreen in offline mode.

follow this :-

1.) Customize your bootscreen in test system or vm.

2.) copy the "C:\Windows\System32\en-US\winload.exe.mui" file to some where.

NOTE: C:\ is where u have installed test os

3.) Mount install.wim.

4.) Copy the custom "winload.exe.mui" to [Mount Location]\Windows\System32\en-US

5.) Unmount the image with commit command line.

6.) Enjoy !

I want to change the default animaton too

The default animation will be changed by the method i mentioned.

If You are talking abut the screen which is black and some kind of flash progress bar comes, Then you have to mount "FirstUXRes.WIM" which is located in [Mount Location]\Windows\System32\oobe, Then Edit the images and then commit it then do the steps i mentioned before. Hope you problem gets solved !

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Dont patch stuff, do it after

is there a way to integrate customized bootscreen?

Yes, You can change the bootscreen in offline mode.

follow this :-

1.) Customize your bootscreen in test system or vm.

2.) copy the "C:\Windows\System32\en-US\winload.exe.mui" file to some where.

NOTE: C:\ is where u have installed test os

3.) Mount install.wim.

4.) Copy the custom "winload.exe.mui" to [Mount Location]\Windows\System32\en-US

5.) Unmount the image with commit command line.

6.) Enjoy !

I want to change the default animaton too

The default animation will be changed by the method i mentioned.

If You are talking abut the screen which is black and some kind of flash progress bar comes, Then you have to mount "FirstUXRes.WIM" which is located in [Mount Location]\Windows\System32\oobe, Then Edit the images and then commit it then do the steps i mentioned before. Hope you problem gets solved !

this isn't the animation I'm looking for

I mean the default animation is with "starting windows" (4 balls are moving, collapsing and creating windows logo)

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I changed the animation, but when I want to replace my file with original file, I got signature problem at the begining (boot[mgr]).

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Well, the animation is in ntoskrnl.exe, which is the OS kernel (it is also stored in other variants of this file, potentially, depending on which your machine chooses to boot). If you aren't in testsigning mode, this is very hard to work around without following the guides set forth elsewhere in the customizing Windows section. Sounds like you missed something, if you're having signature issues after modifying the kernel.

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