Bios Logo Changer 1.2.1
Each time you boot your computer, you might noticed a personalized logo, which each motherboard has. However, there might be situations when your BIOS does not display any logo but this may result due to motherboard malfunctions, so you might want to check if an update is available for your current motherboard, otherwise you are not able to use Bios Logo Changer.
Bios Logo Changer is a practical and effective application that comes in handy for users who need to modify the EPA Energy Star logo, which is located in the upper right corner when a boot action is performed, and change it with their favorite image.
Because it works very well with command prompt, novice users might get confused using Bios Logo Changer so if you don’t know how to work with basic commands, we advise you to use other applications that guide you through the process of changing the BIOS logo.
When you use the application for the first time, you need to check if the CBROM is compatible with your BIOS file. It will automatically list all your files in your BIOS such as ACPI table, PCI driver and EPA pattern, to name a few. Additionally, you can view the remain compress code space, which notifies you if there is enough space that can be used by your favorite logo.
In case you want to remove the current logo from your BIOS, you can easily use the ‘EPA Release’ command.
Still, when you choose which photo you want to display each time you turn on the computer, you need to make sure that the logo dimensions are not too big to fit in the BIOS. Also, you might find it necessary to reduce the number of colors so you can be able to squeeze the image into your BIOS.
Considering all of the above, Bios Logo Changer comes in handy for users who need to change the BIOS logo according to their preferences.