Well it most likely rebuilds it. Did you try using Stardock's Logon Studio Vista again?
Have you already tried doing a System Restore using a restore point dated when you had the default log on screen to see if that restored it?
I doubt it would go that far back.
I may have to re-install windows to get rid.
Earliest it would go back was 16th June. I had the screen longer.
Did you see if uninstalling and reinstalling the program, then trying to change the image back using the program as Peter suggested already?
If so, then a reinstall may be needed.
This is really awesome...
Thanks a lot Brink
You're welcome Smylena.
So it seems depending on what alterations you make in tune-up, can affect your logon screens.
Needless to say I had no trouble on Win7 as it (TUP) wasn't installed.
We live and learn.
Over the years I've learned to avoid anything that remotely resembles a tune-up utility or a registry cleaner as they always end up breaking something in exchange for whatever dubious benefit you may gain elsewhere.
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