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Enable Hidden Boot Screen in Windows Vista
August 5, 2007, 12:41 pm
Filed under: Windows Vista

Microsoft latest operating system Windows Vista has every thing from 3D flip to Windows Card space. So as the new visually appealing boot screen having Aurora effect, old progress bar, which is disable by the default in Windows Vista.You can turn it on your system very easily. Here is the procedure.

Before

  • Click start button
  • Type msconfig into the start menu search box and press enter
  • Click the Boot tab and check the No GUI boot box
  • Click OK and reboot the system. On very next start up you will see a new boot screen having Aurora effect

After

Note: You will get a message from System Configuration utility, just check the Check box besides the “Don’t show this message or start System Configuration When Windows Starts” and click Ok. This trick working fine on Windows Vista Ultimate.

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