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Windows System Properties Logo Question

Discussion in 'General' started by Flakvin, Mar 27, 2002.

  1. Flakvin

    Flakvin New Member

    Ok, here's one for you peeps who know Windows inside out. I've seen, on many manufactured machine, with Windows installed, that there is a logo (usually a manufacturers logo) in the bottom left of the 'System Properties' (you know, right click on my computer).

    Now, does anyone know how to get your own logo into that little space?
  2. Gallstaff

    Gallstaff Member

    I don't think it can be done. I heard something about this on techtv and it's a very complexly coded logo because that shows that the software came with that specific computer. I might be confusing this with something else as i watch call for help religously... ;)
  3. Flakvin

    Flakvin New Member

    I dont think its that hard.. I mean, I've done it once with Win98, but that was like 3 years ago, and I've forgotten how to do it.
  4. Gallstaff

    Gallstaff Member

    maybe i'm just thinkin' xp then
  5. Mysticales

    Mysticales New Member

    Yes I can do it...I can make my OWN OEM branding. (When you do sys properties or so on) It could show my own pic, names, other then the one Compaq gives OEM wise. This is win 98se that I do this on. I think it works for all tho....
  6. Curtis

    Curtis Member

    I think its just a matter of altering an obscurely named file in the windows/system directory. I just can't remember the name of the thing...

    EDIT: I think I have found what you are looking for in the shape of the OEM Logo Manager. It works for me :)

    (Edited by Curtis at 7:13 am on Mar. 28, 2002)
  7. IceDigger

    IceDigger Founder Staff Member

    VERY easy to do, I do it for the pc's I make my customers all the time.
  8. Flakvin

    Flakvin New Member

    Cheers peeps :)

    I'm downloading that OEM logo manager now, I'll see if that helps :)

    Cheers :)
  9. Mysticales

    Mysticales New Member

    ::Uses X-Setup:: ok whatever lol

    X-Setup is GOOD for cpu techies but BAD for newbies...you can really screw yourself over if you dont know what your doing.

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