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Windows 7 | Login Screen Reworked

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:new: SP1 Released as of 30.05.2012
:bulletorange: "No logo" is discontinued
:bulletorange: Since few people will be upgrading to Windows 8, I will refresh the code and remake every graphic element to make this the best login screen (again).

:bulletorange:Over downloads: 30 000
Aurora Logon made possible with resources from Longhorn Build 4074 and Longhorn Reloaded Project.
WORKS also on SP1
:bulletpink: For this to work, you have to restore your original Windows 7 Logon and remove any Logon Changer, Logon Backgroung Changer, etc.

DirectUI Tweaks were made.
Dreamweaver was used for XML DirectUI syntax.

Wallpaper from Aurora Reloaded Pack by Uribaani

:new: (1 Aug. 2010)
authui.dll bug fixed. Hope you like this release!
x64 link back online, after long struggles (Thanks go to Rebdominator and Kimba for their support)

:new: (3 Aug. 2010)
Security Update:
:bulletorange:Fixed the possibility for someone to change your password permanently from the UI of this Logon, when you pressed "Ctrl+Alt+Del".
:bulletorange:Disabled the ability for someone to create a bootable flashdrive and access your computer from the UI of this Logon, also when you pressed "Ctrl+Alt+Del".
:bulletyellow:Also changed the arrows, scrollbars and cleaned the code a little bit.
Thank you for your support!

Aurora Background:

:bulletyellow:Easy Background Changer that works with this type of Logon
Mediafire Download Link (works both on x64 and x86):[link]
(I know that in the preview it still looks like the default 7 Logon, but it really does change your background, just hit "Test" button!)

:bulletorange: N00b Guide:

:bulletyellow: For Windows 7 X64, 64bits:
in "System32" you have the x64 files ---> main x64 system files
in "SysWOW64" you have the x86 files ---> dependencies for the 32bit processes running on your Windows x64.

So you should download the x64 link, and replace the files manually in the "System32" folder. If you are runnig the x64 version of Windows 7.

:bulletyellow: For Windows 7 X86, 32bits:

If you run the x86-32bit, download from the x86 link and replace in "System32" also.

That is IT!

Don't forget to take ownership(Search with Google for that, it's a *.reg file) and replace manually (also, make a darn backup, before replacing!) Tutorial on how to take ownership of a file:[link]
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