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OEM Logo in XP

#1
When you right click on your computer, and go to properties you will see a logo of the company that built your PC, (EX: Dell, Gateway). If you did not have one there to start with (built your own) how do you place one there?
 

Reg

eXperienced!
#2
This is done with OEM builds of Windows XP. OEMs are sent special authoring kits which allow them to customize certain features of the OS. You would have to use a third party program or obtain an OEM authoring kit to do it.
 
#4
Originally posted by xsk8zerox
Its in the system dir.. called oemlogo.bmp
you can replace it with anything you like as long as the image isnt bigger then 180x114
what if there was no OEM logo to beguin with? and which directory? the system or system32?
 
D

Daviesbad04

Guest
#7
Nope, just put the oemlogo.bmp file in the system32 folder and then go back to the system info and itll be there
 
E

efeezee

Guest
#8
hmmm....

I put a bmp oemlogo in the system32 dir, but when I right-click my computer and select properties, there is nothing...

any ideas?
 

madmatt

Bow Down to the King
Political User
#17
Tweak-XP

System + File Tweaks
Windows Tweaks II
Specify OEM Info on....

\windows\system32\
- oemlogo.bmp = image
- oeminfo.ini = information

example of oeminfo.ini

[Support Information]
Line1=name
Line2=company
Line3=address
Line4=city/state/zip
Line5=
[General]
Manufacturer=PC_name
Model=Pentium_type


Good luck.
 

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