^ *Warning: Do this at your own risk. ^
I can confirm that it works on Vista 64-bit (it should work on 32-bit also).
- Open the properties of the file "winload.exe.mui", click on the security tab and choose advanced to set the ownership to "Users"
Instead of giving ownership to 'Users'...I gave them full control. Whatever works for you.
I personally will not be using these boot screens because they don't look good on widescreen. They should look sweet on a standard screen although!
- Choose the "boot" tab and enable "No GUI Boot"
I don't like to enable this...I like the "bar". What's the second reason I will not be using these boot screens.
Anyway, if this is your type of thingâ€¦enjoy. Remember - Do this at your own risk! If you bork your setupâ€¦itâ€™s all you. :bigsmile: