Information In System window

I'm going to be building a computer for someone. It's gonna be using the windows 98 OS.
You know how when you go into the system windows in control panel and it says at the bottom... Manufactured and supported by and it has the company's logo? well how do you fill in the information and put in a logo?
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dew_associatesCommented:
You'll find all the OEM INF files you could possibly use right on the Windows 98 or 98SE OEM installation disk in order to make this modification.

Do you have access to the Microsoft OEM site. They have help files there as well!

Dennis
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ClareBuxtonCommented:
You have to get the distribution kit from Microsoft.

When you install the system, it asks you for your company information, then lets you reset the installation back so that the user is asked for their details when the turn on the PC.

It forces them through a subset of the installation procedure.  Like when you buy a PC from Dell or other manufacturer.

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davsgroAuthor Commented:
Where on the cd? What are they called? What is the sites address? Please help me out here I think you can give me the answer I need.
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davsgroAuthor Commented:
I found the answer to this question and am not accepting any more answers!!!!
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ClareBuxtonCommented:
Well serves us right:-~, let me just jot down your alias ...
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rayt333Commented:
What was the answer?
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ClareBuxtonCommented:
Dennis's ...

The OEM Disk is what system builders get from Microsoft.
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dew_associatesCommented:
davsqro,

I believe that you will accept the answer I originally posted as it is the correct one. And, my friend, it will be an "A" grade. Further, I may also split those points with other here as well!

You do not come to this site, obtain answers and then try and remove the question or downgrade either. Removing you would be a simple request.
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rayt333Commented:
davsqro
Don't tug on Superman's cape


Dennis
way to go, this guy has suddenly turned into some kind of moron, he has posted several answers that were nothing more then copy comment and paste as the answer
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davsgroAuthor Commented:
Ok fine whatever, I ended up figuring it out on my own. The files are in the windows\system folder I went to find and typed oem. But I guess you did give me the answer even though I didn't use it so here you go, 200 points, sorry bout that
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dew_associatesCommented:
Thanks davsqro!

Ray, Claire, there's points up for both of you!
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davsgroAuthor Commented:
your welcome
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