How to show custom logo at Boot screen?

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How can I show a custom logo on Boot screen (my organization’s logo on PC startup boot screen), It is normally Motherboard Manufacturers Logo. Please Help me in following Points:-

1. What is the process for show custom logo at startup?

2. Is this legally valid to change this logo?

3. What size (dimensions and Size in KB) of image we can use in this logo?

4. What type of image (JPEG/GIF/BMP/PNG) can be shown in this Place?

5. By Changing this picture is its effects on warrantee or working of the motherboard?

6. What tools or Software required for this?

Best Answer by Oswald Nicola
Answered By 0 points N/A #168382

How to show custom logo at Boot screen?


Many people want to decorate their desktop with their desired designs. I use tune up utilities. It's a very good software .You can change the boot screen and log on screen with this. It also comes with a disk error checker. Try this.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #168383

How to show custom logo at Boot screen?


Hello Strairt Uas,

You haven't mentioned your OS that you are using now. There are many ways to show a custom logo

At Boot Screen. I am giving you some suggestion to try:

1) Whether your operating System is XP, you have to create 640*480 image, put in windows and save as boot.bmp. You also have to add the following switch as booth definition into your booth in the file.


2) You can also use this software for booth screen:

3) If your operating system is Vista, see this video to set up custom Boot Screen.

4) You can read this forum page to set a custom booth animation.

5) If your OS is Windows7, you have to download an application named BoothChanger from online. After downloading that install and run the program. Choose your own boot logo and restart your PC. If it fails to change screen you have to back up your PC before changing again. If anything goes wrong Boot changer will ask you to create a system restore point.

6) If your OS is Mac then going to this link and follow the command:

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