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    here I saw DOA changed his BIOS picture to his own

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/showthre...0&pagenumber=7

    as everybody is really busy changing the hardware, maybe this would be an opportunity to submit all the links regarding software changes

    changing the BIOS pic is already one helluva neat job :thumb:
    share us your links with guides on how to change other funky settings :)
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    guesst his wasn't something interesting...oh well
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    how do you change the bios picture? I would love to do that.

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    I figured out how to change the System Information picture and that stuff when you press the windows key and pause/break.

    see:
    http://www.romulus2.com/articles/gui...go/oemlogo.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpetrie
    how do you change the bios picture? I would love to do that.
    www.biosmods.com

    at least we have something starting here ^^

    gonna change the windows pic too :)

    edit: bugger, just saw this is for older windows versions...
    oeminfo.ini isn't in the XP folder :(
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    Not true, that guide works for all versions of windows. Im running windows XP and it worked for me. Just do a search for oeminfo.ini

    It should be in the C:\Windows\System32 folder. If its not there then just create a new text file with notepad and put this in it

    [Support Information]
    Line1=write anything here and it will show up
    Line2=under the support information button
    Line3=try it!

    [General]
    Manufacturer=your name or whatever
    Model======================

    Then save it as a .ini file. If your computer doesnt have a oemlogo.bmp file then just make a picture using mspaint that is 180 pixels wide by 114, NO LARGER!!!!! then you can paint whatever you want in there and it will show up if you either go to My Computer>Properties, or if you hit the windows key and pause/break on the keyboard.

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