You'll need these utilities: cbrom205.exe, bmp2epa.exe A simple search should lead you to something. Everytime your PC starts you may be forced to see a full screen logo of the manufacturer of your motherboard or PC; I'm not talking about the loading screen either which you can change in Windows anyways. Well say no more to these advertising billboards and customize your own logos. If you have a mobo that uses Award bios(mine is version 6 and I don't know if this mod works for previous versions) and are getting tired of the same old logo when your PC starts, follow my MOD, if you want to call it that. Note: I just learned this a few minutes ago so do this at your own risk. :blackeye: As always, back up your current bios, but you should be able to download them if you don't want to back them up. I certainly don't backup mine. There are many versions of cbrom and I just happened to use cbrom205. First step is to make a bitmap logo that's 640x480 8 bit and make sure you save it as .bmp. The file size of my logo was 300kb so make yours the same until everything works out fine. For simplicity, put cbrom205.exe, your bios file and the bitmap file in the same directory. In a dos prompt, change to the directory where the files are located. Type cbrom205 [your bios file] /logo [your bitmap file]. If everything worked out, you shouldn't see any error message. Basically what this does is replace the old logo with the new one inside the bios file. Next step is to flash your bios and see if every thing worked out fine or maybe not. If you want to go a bit deeper, you can also change the small Energy Star compliant logo in the top-right corner of the screen, after the initial logo is displayed. This step is a bit more involving and I don't have time to show the details since I'll be going to school in a few minutes. Remember the Golden! rule: never blame erwin1978. :rolleyes: If you don't like your logo, simply reload the old firmware.