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How to change system files?

Posted on 2004-09-17
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Hello...

Windows XP (and 2000?) have a protection for systemfiles... They are restored after changes... How can I change such a file without being restored?

Thanks for advance!
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Check out http://www.jonmega.com/iceman/stuff/tutorials/replacing_sysfiles/ ("Replacing System Files in Windows XP")
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