Shutdown screen

Discussion in 'FIC' started by Keith Dawson, Aug 20, 2003.

  1. Keith Dawson

    Keith Dawson Guest

    Hi all,
    Slightly OT but...
    I have a 503+ v1.2 in an AT case on an AT PSU, using W98SE "as is" on a
    HDD out of a previous PC which was in an ATX system.
    I updated the BIOS to JE4333apm a few weeks ago when I fitted a K6-2+
    450 (now at 4.5 x112!!) but I am missing the "it is now safe to turn off
    your computer" shut-down screen. This was not a problem with the old
    15incher as it clicked once Windows shut down. I have now acquired a
    better montitor which does not make any noticeable click on shut-down
    and it's a bit hit-and-miss knowing when to switch off the PC.
    Can I recover the shut down prompt without an OS re-intsall (I know it
    exists cos using the restart option puts it up momentarily)?

    Keith Dawson, Aug 20, 2003
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    Leo Tick Guest

    have you tried the win98se shutdown fix?
    Leo Tick, Aug 20, 2003
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    Roger Hunt Guest

    The "Windows is shutting down ..." and "It is safe to ..." images are
    held in \Windows\System\logow.sys and \Windows\System\logos.sys,
    respectively. (Open with mspaint to examine)
    If yours are not there, they can be found in one of the W98se
    installation .cab files - is the one you want.

    If they are present and correct, I'm not sure what to suggest - I know
    that the startup logo can be suppressed but the only way I know of
    disabling the shut down logos is to remove them.
    (This with my 503+ with AT PS, W98se)
    Roger Hunt, Aug 20, 2003
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