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    Howdy,
    I recently reinstalled Windows and Centrafuse. I copied my custom logo.png and splashlogo.png to the centrafuse/skins/aura folder and started up CF. Oddly enough the stock CF logo and splash logo still function, both of which have been removed completely. I have also tried some custom logos floating around here with no avail!

    Could anyone provide assistance on this matter?

    Thanks much!
    Over a year later I guess it's true...a carPC is NEVER complete

    2002 Mustang CarPC

  • #2
    Not to be rude, but are you sure your using the Aura skin in centrafuse?

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    • #3
      lol, no worries. Yeah I am suing the Aura skin. I even switched to Onyx and then back to Aura to try and fix the issue.
      Over a year later I guess it's true...a carPC is NEVER complete

      2002 Mustang CarPC

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      • #4
        did you replace the files that were in the folders with your new one? im guessing you didnt or have something wrong with the file names

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        • #5
          yes, make sure you replace them in the skins/aura folder not the main centrafuse folder.

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          • #6
            the skins/aura folder contains my new logo.png as well as my new splashlogo.png. Both of which are a mustang logo. I also tried to download another logo.png from online and placed it into the skins/aura folder. There has to be another install of flux media/centrafuse floating around...I dont see how the original files are deleted but yet still working lol

            Thanks for the quick replies...I do appreciate them
            Over a year later I guess it's true...a carPC is NEVER complete

            2002 Mustang CarPC

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            • #7
              are there any in the main folder?

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              • #8
                I do not believe so. I searched for the two file names in that folder and didn't notice anything
                Over a year later I guess it's true...a carPC is NEVER complete

                2002 Mustang CarPC

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                • #9
                  are you using EWF or anything that might be replacing those files on restart?

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                  • #10
                    I'm sorry to be a noob, but what exactly is EWF? Otherwise, no, not that I am aware of. I simply have centraufse installed and some misc intel drivers
                    Over a year later I guess it's true...a carPC is NEVER complete

                    2002 Mustang CarPC

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                    • #11
                      it's a component of XP embedded. it protects your system drive from file changes. thats why i was curious, might have been reverting.

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                      • #12
                        I am running Vista, so I doubt I have anything resetting items on reboot. I'm glad to see that I am not the only one that is stumped
                        Over a year later I guess it's true...a carPC is NEVER complete

                        2002 Mustang CarPC

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                        • #13
                          when you right click on the files in windows and click preview does it show the correct image?

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                          • #14
                            does vista protect the program files folder? maybe it's not allowing you to overwrite files in the program files folder (assuming CF is installed in program files).

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                            • #15
                              I haven't tried to preview the item yet, however, the thumbnail shows the correct image. I'm not sure if the folder is protected I don't think it is...
                              Over a year later I guess it's true...a carPC is NEVER complete

                              2002 Mustang CarPC

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