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how to add intro gif with sound to your boot process

ok i know that if i go to my windows- system32 - oobe i will find background for the boot screen it is a bit file. It allows me to chage the pic but not to a gif

You ever seen one of angelina jolie first movie "Hackers", i basically want to do what they do to thier laptops..
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Thats totally fake. But if you want something like that, start talking to people over at StarDock/Windows Blinds forums.
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You can probably modify the POST splash screen, but I don't know about it being an animated gif.....
    
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