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Change UEFI Logo

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HP ProBook x360 440 G1 Notebook PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)


When I power on my computer the UEFI logo shows up as a HP logo. I know this is normal for an OEM computer but I would like to change it to the original Windows 10 Logo. I have read there are certain ways to do this that are supported by HP but none of these methods can be done on my computer. If there is any way to change this then can somebody please tell me. I know that messing with the BIOS and UEFI configuration is a risky thing but I am willing to do it if there is a way.



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You can go to this website.

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I hate it when they put forums on developing websites. On top of the regulatory registration terms don't bother anyone there. Even if they say it like that's okay. It's a trap. If you have questions. Wait.

And don't post on other person's questions. They'll assume you're a bother.

As far as the eufi image change. It is possible. And not easy. It's supposed to be. A resource.

And a good thing to mention. It's very easy to break eufi memory container. They become unresponsive to writes like sd cards that get frozen. Usually you'll need a custom bios update from original manufacturer. And to avoid the risk of corruption you have to leave the first 16 block empty. Of course that's not a guarantee.

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