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For those that cannot get it fixed with the bcdedit and bcdboot commands and neither the startup repair just like me, I may have a solution. Andrea Borman Just looked again at my big laptop which is a full desktop sizex. Yau Well, I did try those commands and they didn't fix it. Tom H The above commands may not work if you booted from another partition. http://mobilethreatnet.com/windows-7/windows-7-x64-dual-boot-with-vista-x86-wierd-problem.html

It's worked perfect!! Had to do step 2. Thank you very much! Please sir, this boot screen really annoy me..

Windows Vista Boot Animation For Windows 7

NOTE: If the above method doesn't work for you, provide following command again using Command Prompt: bcdboot %WinDir% /l en-US And restart your system. works like a charm! If your monitor's native resolution is smaller than this, Windows 7 will show Windows Vista boot screen. I also have two other files missing in C:\WINDOWS\System32\en-US.

chaz Yahoo! VG do you have any other things that can help me up. What I was missing was to register the dll (Run [Win+R] > regsvr32 bootres.dll). Windows 10 Boot Logo Missing Thanks!

thanks man Xleorking Great Tip mr VG but can I ask you a question the vista boot screen is very fast than 7 one how I can get the vista boot Windows 7 Boot Screen Changed To Vista Style Tech Support Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Vista XP Office Software Themes Firefox Chrome IE Opera Etc [Fix] Windows 7 Boot Screen Changed to Vista Style Its a very Most of the time it happens when a user tries to repair the boot loader or adds a new entry for Windows 7.

Mark This is a very good solution for that problem!

I figure it cannot run on a netbook is why because of my screen resolution as you say. Windows 7 Boot Screen Missing For example, I boot into Grub4DOS (active partiton), then boot over to Windows 7 (not active). Exit Command Prompt and restart your system. I think it could be because they are netbooks so it is set to use less resources.

Windows 7 Boot Screen Changed To Vista Style

That does have the boot screen but my netboks don't. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/enable-hidden-bootscreen-in-windows-vista/ Success. Windows Vista Boot Animation For Windows 7 I have Windows 7 32 bit on 3 of my netbooks but none of them have the animated boot screen. Windows 7 Boot Animation Missing Best regards, Julio PS: Yeah, I do love the damn Win 7 boot screen. =) Wirek I agree with Xleorking - Vista style progress bar is several seconds faster than 7

Don't have to register them; just copy/paste. http://mobilethreatnet.com/windows-7/vista-taskbar-for-windows-7.html If you are also facing this problem, then here is a very simple and working solution for you: 1. It didn't work though. Gustavo Vieira Thanks!!! Vista Boot Logo Generator

I was having this problem in Parallels Desktop 9 the second command fixed it bcdboot %WinDir% /l en-US Julio C. thank you so much Leave a Comment Cancel Comment Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website or Blog Connect with Us RSS feed | Email newsletter Twitter | Facebook Andrea Borman Nope it does not work for me. have a peek here Now the new animated Windows 7 boot screen should be back in action.

Now right-click on "Command Prompt" and select "Run As Administrator". Windows 7 Boot Screen Changer My netbooks originally came with Windows 7 Starter but I upgraded them to Home Premium but still no animated boot screen. So I took it and copied to my current boot drive.

It'll work now.

In this case, bcdedit and bcdboot may not find the files needed, and the {current} identifier may be different. it really worked! ;-) c.m Great tip! They were: winload.exe.mui and winresume.exe.mui. Windows Xp Boot Screen UPDATE: Also try the command given in following tutorial to restore default boot screen in Windows 7: [Fun Tip] Enable Windows Vista Boot Screen in Windows 7 Share this article: Facebook

Look in C:\Windows\System32\ Look for bootres.dll & bootres~1.dll. PS: Please keep in mind that new Windows 7 boot screen requires at least 1024x768 screen resolution. Mine was missing, and fortunately I have another drive with Win 7. Check This Out Had tried step 1 from other sites, your was the only one I found that worked.

I would like to get beck to the fast green progress bar on the other laptop. As we all know Windows 7 contains a new animated boot screen which shows animated items/balls that come together to form Windows logo. I have no idea what has caused it. it really worked .

The progress bar vanishes when it is no longer needed in the boot process and the dots animation has to build the whole glowing window in order to vanish even though Roxel Thanks a lot bro.. I hope this might help somenone else with the same problem as myself.