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OEMINFO.INI  - logo and switches options

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Please help me with the switches options  for oeminfo.ini which will create a support button under windows 95 properties !

I would like to include a Logo ! I need the settings, switches, or details to include that in my OEMINFO.INI

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What you need is the OEM Preinstallation Kit. This can be found on the OSR2 CD Rom in the \Admin subdirectory. This and other similar documents can be obtained right on the Microsoft OEM site at http://oem.microsoft.com. When you purchased your OEM OSR2, you should have received a diskette that has the installation wizard on it. The wizard fully explains the process. If you didn't receive this diskette, you can create the wizard files this way.

On a running system, insert the osr2 cd rom disk in the drive. Click start, run and then type: (presuming that your cd rom drive is drive "D", if it's a different drive letter, change the syntax accordingly)

D:\MKCWRT /C:"COMMAND.COM /C MKCWRT.BAT D: C:\WIZARD"

This will put the Wizard in a subdirectory called "Wizard". Create a shortcut to OPKWIZ.EXE and then you can create any setup you desire. You will have create a bitmap though for any logo you intend to use.

If you need more, just ask.

Best regards,
Dennis



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Thank you for your proposed answer but I finally got it ! You might be right regarding the procedure, but what i was looking for was the oemlogo.bmb instructions. I found them at http://www.concentric.net/~Rdurfee/Win95Tips.htm so I am happy with that ! Thank you anyway for your help and I will give you some points but not all !
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Sorry about that Superfranco, but really you had that info in your windows 95 help file. You can generate a bmp file from almost anything you want!
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