Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Change your login screen

Are you bored of seeing the same blue welcome screen??
then here is a way to change the login screen
first down load a login screen of your choice from the following url
htp://themes.belchfire.net/index.php?dlcategory=12
then extract the .exe file n save it to a directory say login_screen

*now open the registry editor
start>run>regedit>hkey_local_machine>software>microsoft>windowsnt>current version>winlogon

now on the right hand side locate uihost
right click that and select modify
and paste the address of the location where u stored your " .exe file"
for example: If u stored the > exe file on the desktop in the directory login_screen n the name of the exe file is 123
then your address would be
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\login_screen\123.exe
and your done
check this by pressing winkey+l

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

hey in my computer their is no winlogon in the regedit


please help..........


thanks in advance

huntme said...

Are you sure that it's not there??
Try one more time
Follow the path i gave u correctly.
That should be present on every computer operating with windows xp

Anonymous said...

hay my login screen is not working i tried this way alot of time but when i press window key+L then it shows me the classic logon window but in registry it location is bulldog theme plz tell me da reasong why its happeing

ASAP

Anonymous said...

Hey do u know d way to change d windows booting screen..?
i wud lik to knw..
plz share with us..
waiting for ur rply soon..
thanx in advance.

Anonymous said...

ow can i get back to tthe original xp lo gon screen

Anonymous said...

restore ur pc.....programs>accessories>system tols>restore.

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hunt said...

To get back to your old login screen

open the registry editor

start>run>regedit>hkey_local_machine>software>microsoft>windowsnt>current version>winlogon

now on the right hand side locate uihost
right click that and select modify

the write “logonui.exe” there (with out quotes)