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Changing  OEM info in Windows 2000 system properties, general tab

Posted on 2002-07-22
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In other versions of windows, the default oem information is stored in a file named oeminfo.ini in the windows\system directory.  In windows 2000 its all different.  Where is that info stored and what file or registry entry needs to be edited to change that in 2000 PRO.
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by:cookre
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Take a look at

C:\windows nt\system32

That's where mine is.
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Sorry, brainfart, make that c:\winnt\system32
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by:elamp
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Thank you.  That worked.
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