Tuesday, 22 May 2007
By default, Vista does not display a boot logo when starting up. I found this very odd, as all previous version of Windows had a logo of some sort. After some investigating, it turns out that Windows Vista does indeed have a boot logo. You just have to enable it. Here's how:
- Press Windows key + R (This brings up the Run dialog box)
- Type msconfig in the Run dialog box and press Enter (This brings up the system configuration utility)
- Click the Boot tab
- Tick No GUI boot
- Click OK and close system configuration utility. A reboot is required.
The next time you start Vista you will see the boot logo.
NOTE: The scroll bar you usually see may not be displayed.
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