The hibernation logo is located in C:\WINDOWS\system32\NTOSKRNL.EXE. I change it using reshacker.
I've searched quite a bit, and it seems no one is able to remove or change the windows XP logo which is displayed when going into hibernation.. the way I'm looking at it is that the image has to be housed in one of the DLL's or EXE's and is just waiting to be reshacked into whatever our hearts desire.. so really, the issue is figuring out which file or files handle the hibernation routines; which file has the windows logo that hibernation uses.
I thought I had struck gold when I tested ntkrnlpa.exe in reshacker, as it had the hibernation specific images!! alas, the changes I made to it took no effect when i hibernated.
So, my question is:
Anyone have any ideas which files windows uses for hibernation?
Its number 2 and 5 under bitmap
Your right, i just corrected my post above.Originally Posted by DJiK
Well, that closes the book on this, heh. Thanks!