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    i found this web site where you can download different boot screens. Before I download some I just wanted to know how to change it back to the original. Does anyone know hw to change the boot screen to the original>?

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    asmithz's Avatar Hi-Definition
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    This should have the original in it.

    http://www.stardock.com/products/logonstudio/

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    i had a pirated xp boot screen, just said pirated xp service crack 1, it fucked up my pc, i guess i didnt do it right

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    Mr. Blunt's Avatar n00b
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    http://www.bootxp.net

    Just use that program, it should work find. Even if you don't know wtf your doing.

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    I use style XP and here is my login screen.
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    Originally posted by TheFilePirater@2 November 2003 - 20:46
    i had a pirated xp boot screen, just said pirated xp service crack 1, it fucked up my pc, i guess i didnt do it right
    Yeah, I had that bootscreen for a while.
    It worked okay for me, the problem with it is that you can't see any screens for programs like Ghost or boottime defragmenting reports if you're using it.

    It's gone now.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    when you download a bootscreen make sure it's designed for XPsp1 or just XP.
    It should be noted in the info doc that comes with the boot screen.
    before you do anything, just copy your ntoskrnl.exe to another directory for backup.
    If it really screws things up, though, you'll have to boot to your Windows XP cd and use the recovery console to fix it.

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