January 2009


 

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i was bored last day and decided to give make something crazy on my newly installed Win-7 OS. Upon surfing some site i was captured by a picture of system properties from xp machine and was amazed coz the OEM logo was change.. it was a tux logo.. so i tried it for my self on my machine.. it was pretty damn easy.. just follow this steps:

a logo must be of 120×120 px.. 

open a notepad and copy this

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\OEMInformation]

“Logo”=”C:\\Windows\\System32\\oemlogo.bmp” <— anywhere in ur drives.. but i prefer C:\<logo.BMP>

“Manufacturer”=”<name or what so ever u like to add>”

“SupportHours”=”<hours u like>”

“SupportPhone”=”<phone number u like>”

“SupportURL”=”<your url>”

After waiting for days, i was able to make my MagicJack to in Windows 7 beta.. by following this :

PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 6:47 pm    Post subject:  

OK, I had to test this for myself and I got it to work. It requires two things. 1. Copy the mjusbsp folder from a working install on XP or Vista to the C:\Users\YourUserName\appdata\Roaming folder in Windows 7.           

2. You have to start it the no splash way to get it to load. Otherwise, you will get an error that it’s not plugged in. 

“C:\Users\YourUserName\appdata\Roaming\mjusbsp\magicjack.exe” /scf _magicJackPersonalDataRoot X:\magicJack 

Just substitute your username and your drive letter for X. 

sc-mj2

 

 

 

 

 credit to “stroths” for this guid