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Are you boored with the Windows 7 default Boot Screen ?
If yes then you can change it simply by using “Windows 7 Boot Updater”
Jeff Bush @ “Coder for life” has developed an excellent tool which can customize Windows 7 boot screen.

This program makes it easy to update the Windows 7 boot animation and text. And requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 and the Microsoft WIM library.
The new updated version Alpha 9 no longer requires Test-Signing! Can save and load boot skins as a “bs7” file for applying later, on another computer, or distributing. Also we can now preview the boot animation in the program.

* Modifies the boot animation
* Modifies the boot text “Starting Windows” and “© Microsoft Corporation”
* Will create the animation from 105 BMP, PNG, GIF, or TIFF images or uses a single (non-animated) image
* Does not require any other applications (like ImageX)
* Designed to be idiot-proof by having numerous checks
* Automatically backs-up the modified files
* Does not require test-signing or no-integrity-checks to be enabled
* Works for all versions of Windows 7: any language, any edition, 32-bit or 64-bit
* Works even if your setup has the hidden “System Reserved” partition

We have tested it & it works good with no errors. But before using it we highly recommand you to backup your Windows 7 first so if in any case something goes wrong you can restore Windows 7.

Download it Here (32 Bit )

Download it Here (64 Bit )

Though the tool works great but after changing the boot text & animation , when you run it again , in the preview it would shows the default windows bootscreen & text , not the modified one.


Comments on: "Change Windows 7 Boot Screen Using Windows 7 Boot Updater" (11)

  1. It’s great you tested it but there are tons of people around the internet that have my error and cannot find ONE fix… it goes someth like this:
    There was an uncaught exception while updating the files:
    System.AccessViolationExceptio­n: Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt. at ?A0xe3bced55.Decompress(Bytes* , Bytes* ) at ?A0xe3bced55.load(String path, UInt32* err, UInt16* lang, Bytes* data, Bytes* program1, Bytes* program2, Bytes* decomp, Boolean readonly) at Win7BootUpdater.Bootmgr.Update­(FileUpdater bootmgr) at Win7BootUpdater.Updater.Update­……WTF???

  2. How do u do the back up?

  3. Go to
    Control Panel -> System and Security -> Backup and Restore
    there you can create backup .

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