Getting a .jpeg to utorun on insertion of USB flash drive

When I put my USB flash drive in my computer - each time the U3 pop-up flashed up on the screen
and then goes away. Ok no problem - that is design of the product BUT how would I get a different logo
(which i have as a .jpeg) to flash up on screen instead?

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ComplyCommented:
You need to change the ini.jpeg file in the program. Without seeing your file on the USB drive I have know way to tell you how. Each is different.
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MereteCommented:
another idea is use icons themes, IconPackager  from stardock it has a huge and awsome selection of icons that can be changed including the windows explorer run all programs usb everything that has an icon. , I also use xp styler. xp styler has 2 themes visual and themes with icons packs.
http://www.auslogics.com/vstyler/details.php
http://www.auslogics.com/vstyler/iconpacks.php

http://www.stardock.com/products/odnt/

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