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I have giga byte motherboard during startup it show system property in black and white it look ugly is any way that to bypass this

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Well, that is the system BIOS that you see on any pc that starts up. It may be possible (depending on the motherboard) to enter BIOS or POST setup and move through the pages and look for something like "Show Logo on bootup" and check that feature.

Other than that, your stuck like the rest of us. :)

Cheers!

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