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Enable Vista’s new bootscreen

May 11th, 2006 by Zack Whittaker

1. Boot into Vista
2. Once it’s started, press Windows key+R to open the Run dialog, and type in msconfig then press OK.
3. Once it’s opened, switch to the Boot tab and make a tick to No GUI Boot.
4. Click on Apply and OK and reboot your PC.

Thanks to the AeroXP for hosting this on their forums, and AJ Collins for pinging me on Messenger with this info!

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Posted in Windows Vista | 6 Comments »

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6 Responses

  1. Andre Da Costa Says:

    Hello Zack,

    I realize there is some tension between us and I would like to resolve it. Why are you deleting my comments from MSBLOG and why did you put me on a mod list? Your attitude is crossing the line and unbecoming of a Blogger who does not believe in freedom of opinions. Instead of deleting my comments, why not try to counter them with a response?

    I believe what makes an enthusiast blog/website special is the opportunity it presents for persons from within the community to participate, share ideas, opinions and most of all have a civilised discussion, whether responses are negative or positive. I see that you are against that and it’s sad really. Not because I have made a dedication of correcting a number of your post in the Vista public newsgroups means there needs to be hatred against me or war between us.

    We are both on the same side and I am sure we can participate, share our ideas and our passion for technology through constructive criticism which you refuse to take.

  2. Deansweb2004|NT Says:

    Round 1 has started hehe. But seriously Andre is right, for example if people had the same opinions we probably wouldnt even be here now e.g Blogging about Microsoft Products since somewhere someone has probably said No!, thats a bad idea but in the end it turns out to be a good idea.

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  4. Andre Da Costa Says:

    Hey Dean, thanks for agreeing with me. And its so ironic, if Microsoft can take criticisms about its products ( through beta programs, general public), its business in general, I don’t see what a little criticism from me is gonna do to Zack. And I think thats why we love Microsoft, they love our criticisms, because it helps them to make a better product. So can’t my little harmless criticisms help you be a better person Zack?

  5. Patrick Elliott Says:

    The guys over at AeroXP must have a LOT of time on their hands 😛

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