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What is the name of the file that states   " Starting Windows 98 "  ?
How do you display all system messages on this screen?
       
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If you mean the first thing displayed when you bootup then that string is embeded in the system file IO.SYS.

Does that help?
If not, could you clarify your question a little.

Rob
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You're loking for the file called lo.sys.  it is mentioned in the msdos.sys by either turning it on (LOGO=1) or off (LOGO=0).  I don't know if anything can be displayed on this screen unless a program is written to dynamicly alter the image file as the boot procedure is executed.

PS: My source "Windows 98 Hints & Hacks" ISBN#0-7897-1750-6.  Publisher's website www.quecorp.com.

Best wishes.....
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