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    Kishan is offline Senior Member
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    Default Dimage Bliss V Wallpaper Logon Screen for Windows XP

    Dimage Bliss V Wallpaper Logon Screen for Windows XP created by me. Hope you will like it.

    How to install?

    1. Extract the zip file and open it.
    2. Go to the “Normal Screen” folder or “Wide Screen” folder according to your monitor.
    3. Copy the file “LogonUI.exe” to “%windir%\Resources\Logon“.
    4. Double-click on “Install.reg” in the archive and select Yes.

    That’s it. Restart your computer to see the new logon screen. To uninstall, just double-click on “UnInstall.reg” and select Yes.

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    Nice .......

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    Nice but XP?? I don't know of anyone who still uses it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seti View Post
    Nice but XP?? I don't know of anyone who still uses it now.
    I still use it, man.

    Good work Kishan, but exists also a Wallpaper desktop version?

    Using 1920x1200 pixel resolution.

    Thank you.
    Last edited by Max_Payne; 12th November 2009 at 15:10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max_Payne View Post
    I still use it, man.

    Good work Kishan, but exists also a Wallpaper desktop version?

    Using 1920x1200 pixel resolution.

    Thank you.
    http://dimage.deviantart.com/art/dim...iss-V-40072174

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    My schools computers have done something like this---Can I do this with windows 7 ? ( the blue screen I get is very tiring...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by redblade8 View Post
    My schools computers have done something like this---Can I do this with windows 7 ? ( the blue screen I get is very tiring...)
    There are many logon changers available for Windows 7. Just google it.

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    Thx--I will try that =P Lets hope I find one though...I can search for hours for something, and then never find it...
    Thanks Again!

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