I have a computer-OS related question, can I ask here? - I found this is the most friendliest site.
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Well, I don't think it is good to post here, since millions of computer related forums are available, our aim is "SATELLITE RELATED" but you made a good move - you asked a permission before posting - that is acceptable to everyone - post it man, we will try our best.
Thanks Boknoy and Anver,
I have seen many times in the general tab of the system properties, there are company logo and their support info other than the MS logo. I would like to know - how to add my company logo and info over there. Please guide me.
I use windows xp.
This is under winnt\system32 - oeminfo.ini and oemlogo.bmp.
The logo also needs to be created in a specific way.
The image can be no larger than 182 pixels x 114 pixels. It can be smaller, but anything larger will be cropped. The file also needs to be in ".bmp" format. You will probably want to create a special image for this application so that you can make the best use of the space.
USE MICROSOFT OFFICE PICTURE MANAGER FOR THIS.
However with Windows XP (and Windows 2003 Server), if you use an image that is smaller than the optimum size, then Windows will just centre it in the available space.
With any version of Windows older than XP (2000, ME, 98, 95) Windows will stretch it to fill the available space. This can look odd. Therefore you might want to consider having two images and deploy different ones depending on the OS. If this isn't possible, using a fixed sized image is best as it will allow you to control exactly how the image looks.
Open a new notepad document and copy the text below in to it.
Manufacturer=Your First line here
Model=Your second line here
Line1=" Your first line here"
Line2=" A second..."
Line3=" and a third..."
add the information you required
Saving the File
Once you have finished creating the file, you need to save it.
The file name you MUST use is "oeminfo.ini". In order to be able to save the file without the ".txt" extension, choose in the "Save as file type" selection, change it from ".txt" to "All Files". You can then enter your own extension.
copy these to files winnt\system32 folder - replace if an older file found.
Restart the pc, but might hang in the first restart, but restart again and will work properly.
You can also batch the same for several users in your company.
Hope this helps you more.
Gr8 man ANVER, it worked - I really appreciate your help.
You are something wonderful - KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
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You are most welcome
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