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1. Click Start
2. Click Run
3. Type this in the run box: c:\Windows\System32\oeminfo.ini
Something like this should open in notebook:
[Version]
Microsoft Windows Whistler Edition
WinVer=5.01
[General]
Manufacturer=vpr Matrix ™
Model=Personal Computer
SupportURL=http://matrixsupport.net
LocalFile=c:\matrixsupport\file.html
[Support Information]
Line1=”Visit us online or call our toll-free Customer Support number 24/7!”
Line2=”http://www.vprmatrix.com”
Line3=”system properties, xp pro - cb_transparent_l.gifus.gifspace.gifarrosystem properties, xp pro - space.gifass=space.gifspace.gifspace.gifspace.gifspace.gif(800)332-4800cb_transparent_r.gif in the USA and Canada.”
Line4=”"
Although I wouldn’t play with anything under the version section, you can edit the information in the other sections. You can edit anything to the right of the = sign.
Save it before you exit notepad and you’ll be set.
You can also edit the bitmap that will be displayed on this screen by changing this file:
c:\Windows\System32\oemlogo.bmp
It must be 172 X 172 pixels in size.

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