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default image at System startup

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How can I do this?  I wish to setup my system so that it shows company logo image before user log in sign shows up. In other words an image to show up right after the BIOS check is done & before user id screen shows up.
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a step by step guide is given in below link:

http://www.novell.com/communities/node/11748/how-change-windows-7-logon-screen-background


MAKE SURE YOU HAVE TAKEN BACKUP OF REGISTRY BEFORE MAKING ANY CHANGE
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worked. Thanks
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