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Automate the above task using this utility This tiny utility provides you the option to choose a color from the Color Picker dialog and can reset the logon Wallpaper if you want. Choose your preferred Color and click Apply Background color. Remove Logon Screen wallpaper option clears the logon
How to disable the Windows XP Splash Screen / logo at startup ?
To disable the Windows XP splash screen (logo) at startup, and to see the list of drivers loading at startup, follow these steps:
Click Start, Run and type MSCONFIG
Click the Boot.ini tab
Under Operating Systems section, select the appropriate entry and then enable the /SOS switch in the Boot Options section below
Click OK and close MSCONFIG utility.
The corresponding entry in the Boot.ini file is automatically added. Example given below:
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(5)\WINDOWS="XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(5)\WINDOWS="XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect /sos
The /sos parameter displays the names of the drivers as they load during the boot process. Use when startup fails (while loading drivers) to determine which driver is failing to load. See Boot Parameter Reference for more information.
Also see /noguiboot parameter, which can also disable the splash screen.
10 times blinking of your unit indicated that the processor sense the missing 15v from the power supply. This problem is quite technical since I've already read your post that you have a reading of 15v in P25.
Now, we have to examined it deeply to determine where the fault came from between the two board.
If you have a 15v coming from the power supply but its go to 0v after a while which trigger the 10 blinks, you have to check the feedback circuitry of the power supply for faults. If you can't find any faulty parts on that section means that the feedback circuitry trigger to shutdown because it sense fault in the D board.
Remember that it has a good regulation output from the power supply, the issue here is the feedback circuitry that sense the fault. If you are going to ask my opinion I've suspected that the fault is in the D board.
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