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{Rel}Pro, Home and MCE bootscreens

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I built 3 default based bootscreens. Nothing really specal I know,just figured I would share. Hope someone enjoys.

Professional

Professional.jpg

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Home Edition

Home.jpg

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Media Center Edition

MediaCenterEdition.jpg

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Thanks, I was looking for Media Center one.

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omg thank you so much, been looking for the professional one for a long time now, thanks lot!!

-brian

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I'm just wondering if you could re-release the windows xp mce bootscreen...

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So is the pro Plz someone upload the XP Pro one also :)

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I'd be grateful for the MCE one too.

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yeah, they look fantastic. Can anyone reup it on mediafire?

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yeah, they look fantastic. Can anyone reup it on mediafire?

it would be nice if someone just uploaded the thing to someone were on the net and post a download link for it here... :)

if been searching around on google for a nice download link for it, and guess what i found? nothing lol

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I'd like the MCE one also. :w00t:

please (is that the magic word :hello::sneaky: )

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Can someone HELP me?

I am trying to make my Boot Screen look like the one post-92414-1167939616_thumb.jpg, but when Windows is booting up it is showing up as these LAST_SESSION.INI with distorted colors. Which file I need to edit in the Windows XP Pro CD and what do I need to do to correct this problem?

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I know this is an old post, but Home Edition has been deleted too. If the original creator could post back with the files, or perhaps PM me with them, I can host them on my website for everyone. I have 60gb bandwidth a month so I'd be happy to host these.

@machkris, if you want to add these files to your Windows XP install cd, you must use the makecab utility and compress the file and overwrite the original file on the source CD. Thats the only way I know to put it on the original disc. if you want to patch an already installed XP install, you must boot in safe mode and overwrite the NTOSKRNL.exe file in System32.

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