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  1. GPS / Nov 13th, 2012 5:39 Quote Reply

    It’s working

  2. xpclient / Dec 8th, 2012 20:15 Quote Reply

    Cool. You are very clever. I am glad I can do something about the horrible Windows logo.

  3. Andrew / Dec 25th, 2012 19:31 Quote Reply

    I am interested in your tool, but I am not so good with batch files.

    If you were to make a simple batch file, that only removes the bootlogo, what would it look like?

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      KNARZ / Dec 25th, 2012 20:28 Quote Reply

      “bcdedit /set {globalsettings} custom:16000067 true”

  4. David / Jan 14th, 2013 10:02 Quote Reply

    Thanks..great job

  5. Stu / Jan 18th, 2013 23:52 Quote Reply

    Hi, im trying this but its not working, although it says the operation completes successfully. I did manage to disable the loading circle by entering msconfig and checking ‘no gui’ option. Im on a packard bell (ugliest of all logos!) te11 on the basic home windows 8.

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      KNARZ / Jan 19th, 2013 1:07 Quote Reply

      This than has to do with UEFI and bootmgr settings. The logo you see is from some UEFI specifications. I only tested under normal Bios conditions.
      I guess it won’t work with UEFI enabled. (But don’t disable it!)

  6. Nathan Hastings / Nov 24th, 2016 19:48 Quote Reply

    Why will this work on the crappy Windows 8 but not 8.1?

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