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  1.    3 Weeks Ago #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anak View Post
    When was the last time you ran a scan with your AVG Internet Security product?
    why is this required?
    i have windows defender security !!
    NO VIRUS
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  2.    3 Weeks Ago #12
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  3.    3 Weeks Ago #13

    Hi folks

    @remostalin.

    From the picture (Lenovo) it looks like there's a custom BIOS message -- sometimes these appear for example on Corporate Laptops at Boot as they use the individual company's logo as a splash screen.

    @Kari

    Somewhere there must be a setting to change this - either in the Laptop's BIOS or there's some start up file read at boot before the boot menu actually gets displayed -- I think it's called "The boot Splash Screen" but I'm not sure. The file will probably be a hidden one. Have a look for a file ending with a suffix of scr (.scr) or something like that.

    Try this cmd if you have a a UEFI type laptop (non MBR type boot)
    bcdboot C:\Windows /s c: / f UEFI

    that should show you any logo at boot. Note the actual splash screen comes in BEFORE the logon screen / Lock screen and could be hard coded in BIOS -- you'll just have to look.

    As with Kari I think the language is probably Russian but could be bulgarian.

    I know Linux distros can use optional boot splash screens so I'm pretty sure this is a standard Windows feature too as companies like to have their own "Marques" displayed where possible --e.g Dell laptops on boot show a DELL logo.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  4.    3 Weeks Ago #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by remostalin View Post
    why is this required?
    i have windows defender security !!
    NO VIRUS
    Just trying to eliminate the possibility of a virus. No reason to feel insulted or to shout.
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  5.    3 Weeks Ago #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
    Hi folks

    @Kari

    Try this cmd if you have a a UEFI type laptop (non MBR type boot)
    bcdboot C:\Windows /s c: / f UEFI

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Mine is UEFI i checked from here => C:\Windows\Panther\NewOs\Panther\setupact.log
    my firmware version shows UEFI

    And also my bios mode is UEFI in MSINFO32

    when i try this command i got this
    is this code correct??

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  6.    3 Weeks Ago #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by remostalin View Post
    is this code correct??
    Jimbo had an accidental typo in his command example. There should be no space between / and f:

    bcdboot C:\Windows /s c: /f UEFI

    Kari
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  7.    3 Weeks Ago #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
    Hi folks

    @remostalin.

    From the picture (Lenovo) it looks like there's a custom BIOS message -- sometimes these appear for example on Corporate Laptops at Boot as they use the individual company's logo as a splash screen.

    @Kari

    Somewhere there must be a setting to change this - either in the Laptop's BIOS or there's some start up file read at boot before the boot menu actually gets displayed -- I think it's called "The boot Splash Screen" but I'm not sure. The file will probably be a hidden one. Have a look for a file ending with a suffix of scr (.scr) or something like that.

    Try this cmd if you have a a UEFI type laptop (non MBR type boot)
    bcdboot C:\Windows /s c: / f UEFI

    that should show you any logo at boot. Note the actual splash screen comes in BEFORE the logon screen / Lock screen and could be hard coded in BIOS -- you'll just have to look.

    As with Kari I think the language is probably Russian but could be bulgarian.

    I know Linux distros can use optional boot splash screens so I'm pretty sure this is a standard Windows feature too as companies like to have their own "Marques" displayed where possible --e.g Dell laptops on boot show a DELL logo.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  8.    3 Weeks Ago #18
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    EDIT: Doing some research I found this: it's for Windows 8 but it appears to me it's similar to your situation. Whether or not there is a solution for what you want to accomplish still needs to be determined and I'm hoping that can be done

    I had forgotten to include the link for that
    It's Language of Start menu different than windows language
    Language of Start menu different than windows language - Microsoft Community

    This one might be more helpful as it deals with Hindi & English
    How to Change the Display Language in Windows 10
    How to Change the Display Language in Windows 10
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  9.    3 Weeks Ago #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeAndMyComputer View Post
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    I'm certainly not an expert but here are my observations.
    On the those 2 words in which we do not know what language they are, do you know what language they are?
    If not please post them in text so we can see if we can determine what language they are.
    The reason I ask is this, your country of origin is India: I suspect your computer's basic setup is either India or the country of origin of that language. In summary, You set up your user account to be English but some of your basic apps might be maintaining the original setup language. Even if I'm wrong I won't know if I do not ask. But I'm hoping that will help us move on with a sense of direction of a couple of basic setup questions.

    EDIT: Doing some research I found this: it's for Windows 8 but it appears to me it's similar to your situation. Whether or not there is a solution for what you want to accomplish still needs to be determined and I'm hoping that can be done
    its not computer basic setup faults.
    only softwares do..
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  10.    3 Weeks Ago #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Absolutely no idea about the language in this case, my guess is either Russian or Bulgarian.
    Certainly not Bulgarian - as a native bulgarian I can say that is Russian or ex-Russian-republics language, quick google translation gives 'troubleshoot problems'...
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