[Solved] Windows 7 sysprep need help with OEM logo, OEM info & default wallpaper

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by DMDraegon, Dec 23, 2016.

  1. DMDraegon

    DMDraegon MDL Novice

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    Hello,

    Although this is my first post I've been lurking a lot here, even before I made my account 2 years ago!
    I want to start with a thank you for everyone!

    For the problem I currently face:
    I've made an unlocked Windows 7 x64 multilanguage disk with all updates integrated.
    So far everything fine and well, it works like a charm.

    I'm stuck now on changing the default wallpaper after setup and integrating oem logo and oem info.

    I'm messing around with the $$OEM$\$$\OEM folder I added to the source directory but things don't go the way I want.
    I have a feeling it's simple but I'm messing something big.

    Could someone enlighten me about what I need to do to make sure it works?
     
  2. Tito

    Tito Super Mod / Adviser
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  3. DMDraegon

    DMDraegon MDL Novice

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    Thank you!
    Did a forum search but my keywords didn't bring up that thread.
     
  4. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Addicted

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    I wonder, why you are not using Windows 7 right-click menu "Personalize" feature and Yamicsoft Windows 7 Manager.
    There is everything You need.Of course, You must have original logo (.BMP) and default wallpaper(s) and other OEM info, but usually it is available on the manufacturer website.
     
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  5. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    What manufacturers are you talking about? I have not seen any who offers ready to use logo's, wallpapers etcetc... the multi oem project files are collected from running systems by contributors.
     
  6. Mr.X

    Mr.X MDL Guru

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    #6 Mr.X, Dec 24, 2016
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    Wow!
    What a misleading information we read sometimes here in MDL or Wilders! :eek: :puke: :D ;)
     
  7. DMDraegon

    DMDraegon MDL Novice

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    @kaljukass
    The link posted by Tito helped me.
    I edited the multi-OEM files completely to suit my needs, stripping all the OEM's I don't need and modifying the scripts to modify what I wanted to on each install.
    Although it's not "newb-friendly", it's much easier to modify existing files then create them yourself from scratch.
    I work as IT technicien and need my own branded install I can run on a lot of different computers without manually doing post-setup edits.