Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 7 | Windows XP | Windows 2000 | Windows 2003 | Windows 2008 | Windows Vista | Windows 2012 SHA1 Hash: 822f35e2f97600e8e212d5be7701128462aa652b Size: 101.95 KB File Format: zip
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Boot Screen is a free software by Jason Hood and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 2012.
You can download Boot Screen which is 101.95 KB in size and belongs to the software category OS Enhancements. Boot Screen was released on 2009-04-15 and last updated on our database on 2017-02-23 and is currently at version 1.
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Boot Screen Description
Boot Screen package provides four animated Windows XP / Vista boot screens. They are based on Stardocks BootSkin 1.05a (aka 1.06 [4/26/04]), so if those screens do not work on your system, neither will these.
If you dont already have BootSkin, the service used by these screens
must first be installed; run "bootscrn -i" to do it. If you do have BootSkin installed, running that command will preserve the current boot screen. However, do NOT run it more than once, as that will confuse it and it wont uninstall properly.
Uninstall can be performed by running "bootscrn -u". If BootSkin is installed, it will simply restore the previously used screen. Otherwise it will remove the service and its associated file. Its then up to you to delete the files and whatever else you created.
The boot screen can be changed by using "bootscrn FILE", where FILE is one of the files mentioned below, or any "vidstub.sys" file created by BootSkin (in the "%SystemRoot%system32drivers" directory). No vaidation is done on the file, and using a wrong file WILL stop your system from booting (delete or replace "vidstub.sys" from safe mode).
Vista users: you must run as administrator; it may not work with BootSkin files (the checksum needs to be right); it still seems to load in safe mode, so youll have to use Last Known Good if it does go wrong; and the original screen may still sometimes be seen.