Comment insstaller un "bootskin"

Discussion dans 'Windows' créé par PiouPiou, 24 Décembre 2005.

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    PiouPiou C'est toi Chuck !!?
    Voila, j'aimerai savoir comment je dois faire pour installer un bootskin après l'avoir télécharger sur, par exemple, www.themexp.org ...je rame un peu là, j'ai été voir sur google mais c'était pour créer sois-meme le logo avant de l'installer donc ca ne me convenait pas car moi j'aimerai l'installer après l'avoir tlécharger :)

    merci beaucoup et bonne journée
    PiouPiou, 24 Décembre 2005
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    baze Touriste
    The simplest and safest way to change a boot screen is to also use a quality third-party application such as Style XP 2.0 from TGTSoft or LogonUIBootRadomizer by UserXP. If you feel comfortable doing it manually though, here are the complete instructions for doing so.

    In Explorer, browse to C:\Windows\System32 and find the file named "ntoskrnl.exe".
    Copy "ntoskrnl.exe" to "ntoskrnl.exe.bak", (COPY not RENAME). This way if anything goes wrong...you will have a backup.
    Extract the files inside the .zip file you downloaded to a temporary location of your hard drive, but NOT to C:\Windows\System32.
    Reboot your computer into Safe Mode (hit F8 before the boot screen appears) or into true DOS mode (from a boot disk)
    Browse to where you extracted the files for your new boot screen in Explorer and select the correct file to copy to C:\Windows\System32. If you have SP1 for Windows XP installed use ntoskrnlsp.exe, otherwise use ntoskrnl.exe. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO USE THE CORRECT FILE, OR YOUR SYSTEM WILL LOCK UP ON BOOT.
    If using ntoskrnl.exe, copy the file to C:\Windows\System32 overwriting the existing ntoskrnl.exe, (which should have been backed up).
    If you are going to use ntoskrnlsp.exe, delete ntoskrnl.exe in the temporary folder and rename ntoskrnlsp.exe to ntoskrnl.exe. Then copy the file to C:\Windows\System32 overwriting the existing ntoskrnl.exe, (which should have been backed up).
    All done! Reboot your computer as you normally would and enjoy your new boot screen.
    baze, 24 Décembre 2005
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