First of all we need a Bios Update file to edit the current logo, and the parameter /D to show all ROM segments. In our example we use the BIOS Update file "N24LD505.BIN" from the DFI mainboard "LanParty NFII Ultra B". The input of "cbrom215.exe n24ld505.bin /D" shows:
Then select UEFI Boot Mode, enabled. To convert an image to a bitmap (.zip), after selecting and converting the logo image you wish to use, click the conversion key. The image size can be modified based on its original data size; the current screen size could be 768 x 512, 512, or smaller.
First things first.... I have removed the intel logo successfully as per SticMan's instruction. Just remove the F0 module in MMtool. One thing to note is to use the MMTool ver 3.19Mod21fix. Version below this does not allow you to delete, add/insert or replace modules.
I moded the boot screen and took out the "Press tab to display BIOS POST message" from the multilanguage module. Also I removed the 'Intel' logo (module F0). all with MMtool. I tryed the OEMLOGO.exe to replace the screen but the modded BIOS will allways show CMOS setup error at boot. With MMTool theres no problem at all.
Whats brand is your MB? Extract your original logo using OEMLOGO.EXE. In photoshop(if you dont have one just download GIMP) and compare the properties/attributes of the image ie. color, size, etc. and make your new image the same.
Hello, i'm trying to remove the intel logo from this bios (see attached file) and also to customize the fullscreen logo (splash image). I was unable to find any BIOS editor wich works with this BIOS, can anybody help me? 2b1af7f3a8