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|2. november 2001, 12:59||#1|
WindowsXP Startup Logo...
Noen som vet hvordan du kan bytte ut Windows XP oppstartslogoen? Den er ganske stygg synes jeg. Jeg vet at det funka i Windows98, ved å redigere filen logo.sys, men XP er noe helt annet. Noen gode råd til meg?!?
Zar0niX Will Return...
|18. november 2001, 00:30||#5|
Registreringsdato: nov 2001
XP startup screen
Tror jeg lar starup bildet mitt være som det er jeg men
Her er hva jeg fant:
There is a way to do what you want to do, i take no credit for this as
all i have done is copied and pasted
HOW TO CORRECTLY CHANGE XP BOOT IMAGE
I will try and keep this short and simple. It took me a lot of effort
to get my boot image just the way I wanted it and I have uploaded a
version of one of mine here for you all to use as a guide.
NOTE: The XP startup image is composed of a system palette that you do
not have access to edit. If one were to extract the XP startup images,
they would find the images to be pure black. I tried the palette
editing/replacement necessary for this hack in Photoshop, Fireworks,
and Paintshop Pro. Of these, only paintshop pro is capable of palette
editing required for this hack. You are welcome to prove me wrong.
DOWNLOAD THE PALETTES
I extracted the system palette from Image 5 of NTOSKRNL.exe to create
the palette for creating a custom boot menu. This palette is what you
are limited to in creating your boot image and I have made the
Paintshop version of the startup palette available for download here:
You will also need the Black replacement palette that is already
present in the default images located in NTOSKRNL.exe. Feel free to
download the Paintshop version here:
EXTRACT IMAGES TO BE EDITED
The NTOSKRNL images you will be editing if you have the Pro version of
XP are 1, 8 and 10. Extract all of these bitmaps and launch Paintshop
Pro. The images for the home version are 1, 7 and 9. If you haven't
screwed up, each of the three images should be pure black in paintshop
IMPORT CUSTOM PALETTE AND EDIT IMAGE
At this point, import(shift+O) the custom 16.pal palette I provided
and ensure that you Maintain indexes. If you did this correctly, the
images should no longer be all black and exact representations of what
you see on startup. Image 1 is the main background, 7 or 8 are the
loading images, and 9 or 10 are the text for your specific version.
INSERT YOuR OWN CUSTOM IMAGES
Here, I edited the images to customize them to my own aims by
switching bakc and forth between the 16 colors and RGB mode. RGB mode
allows you to perform effects and fades, while the 16 color allows you
clean to up the artifacts to represent exactly what you would like to
see on bootup. Remember that the 16 color custom palette is what the
image needs to be restricted to.
Once your image is perfect, import the custom win.pal palette to
revert it back to all black. Ensure you again Maintained indexes and
your image will now look pure black.
REPLACE NTOSKRNL BITMAPS
With the replacement black palette, Save the images as a windows
compatible BMP with Run Length Encoding. The file size should be
extremely small. Compare it to the original extracted bitmap size from
NTOSKRNL.exe adn it should be within 10 bytes of the original's size.
I don't think it is possible to get the exact size for each image.
I also replaced my image 10 (the word professional) with a 1*1 pixel
image so that I didn't have to deal with the issues of aligning my
original image around this thing.
Once you have edited your particular three images, replaces the black
palette, and saved them, replace them in your version of NTOSKRNL.exe
REPLACE NTOSKRNL WITH CUSTOM VER
There is a dozen ways to get your version of NTOSKRNL to be used on
bootup, I chose to save my custom images in a copy of the file adn
replace the original in XP safemode.
I hope these directions work for you, here is my image for some
Lykke til dah..... hehe