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Remove Logo From IBM PC 340

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I have an IBM-PC 340 model number 6560-10U and I purchased it from a company when they were getting new ones.  It is coded with the company logo on the startup screen. (bios post screen).  I have found where to turn the logo off in the bios, but that's not good enough. I want to change the logo (or totally remove all traces of it).  Does anyone know how I can accomplish this?

Thanks!
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flash the BIOS.  what is the motherboard manufacturer and BIOS make?
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Kick ass! Thanks for the help.
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not a problem, glad I could point you in the right direction.
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