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Anyone knows where i can find the windows 2000 bitmap displayed during boot time?

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I've managed to find it, but the news isn't good--the startup bitmap is one of the resources built into NTOSKRNL.EXE (you'll find this in the SYSTEM32 directory), which makes it almost impossible to change it--quite apart from the distinct possibility of rendering your system unbootable if you try! Sorry about that.
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I just need to extract the bitmap, so your clue about where to find it it's an acceptable answer to me. Thanks.
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