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Branding your PC with your name & Logo in system properties

Branding your windows with your name

When PCs are brought (Purchased) from big brands Like LG, HCL, SAMSUNG, etc. They have their logo’s and Names of the company on the System Properties. This is known as branding the system with company name and logo. However, We can also brand our PC with customized Logo and Name as you wish. You can brand your PC with your name or any name as you desire. Check here to brand your name and logo on windows 7.

how to brand Pc with your name and logo


Follow the below procedure to brand Your PCs…

Step 1: Open notepad and Copy the Below Code and Paste in the Notepad and Modify the manufacturer name and model name. Furthermore, modify support information an additional information to describe. After customizing save it with the name OEMINFO.INI

Manufacturer=Your Name Here
Model=Your Model Here
[Support Information]
Line1=Your Name Here
Line2=Your Address Here
Line3=Your Email Address Here

Branding your PCStep 2: Now, Copy the "OEMINFO.INI" file to Windows\System32 Folder directories (where window OS is installed). To Open the folder directly, Go to Start –> Run and copy the below Line and paste to run dialog box to open the System32 folder.


Branding your PC

Step 3: Now, Copy and paste the "OEMINFO.INI" file to System 32 folder. Check System properties to view the brand name as you have customized. To check System properties, Press Window Logo + Pause Break button on keyboard and check on General Tab at the bottom. When Clicked on Support Information button, you would be able to see the additional Information.

Name in System Properties in Windows XP

Now if you want to display some more information to Support Information, then simply increase the line to the file.
e.g.: Line4=Your mobile Number or anything.


How to Add Logo to System Properties

To add logo to System Properties, you need to satisfy below three conditions.

  • Image file must be Saved with .bmp file extension.
  • Image should be named as oemlogo.bmp and should be saved in Windows\System32 Folder.
  • Images should be of about 180 (width) x120 (height) pixels.

Step 1: First, Create image using any photo editor. You can use Paint Brush editor and create an image of 180*120 pixels. Its width or height can be less than 180*120 but can not be greater than the specified limitation. Alternatively, you can also download logo from here.

Step 2: Now, Copy the image to System32 folder. Open Run Dialog Box, Go to Start –> Run, and paste the below path into run dialog box to open the System32 Folder.



Now Paste the oemlogo.bmp image in System32 folder. Now, Check the Logo on System Properties.

Note: Image won’t be shown if OEMINFO.INI is not present in system32 folder.
If you still not able to configure your system, download the file from here and copy those files directly to system32 folder. This will show HP computer logo and some Info.

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    It took me 30 minutes to look for oeminfo.ini but to my surprise i do not have this file. Did you know why?

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