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Stravinsky
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Posted:12/17/2009 7:54:00 PM # 1
Hello dear mates!! recently i bougth a G72 asus notebook and i found "what i imagined" a very cool and "fancy" programe. so i program it with my own "pimps" but the program didnt worked! i tought it was a program to give asys a fancy boot, but that didnt happened!
i have win 7 64b and the option is on in the bios !
can some one help me and tellme how does this program works!?!?
cheers

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Tony
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Posted:3/1/2010 8:58:00 PM # 2

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Author: Stravinsky Posted: 12/17/2009 7:54:00 PM

Hello dear mates!! recently i bougth a G72 asus notebook and i found "what i imagined" a very cool and "fancy" programe. so i program it with my own "pimps" but the program didnt worked! i tought it was a program to give asys a fancy boot, but that didnt happened!
i have win 7 64b and the option is on in the bios !
can some one help me and tellme how does this program works!?!?
cheers

WTH did you just say?!?

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Andri
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Posted:3/1/2010 9:17:00 PM # 3
Uhh...allow me to translate that for you:

Greetings, fellow Asus notebook owners. I recently bought an Asus G72Gx notebook and discovered a nice and interesting software utility called Asus Fancy Start. I tried using it to put a picture that I have, but it didn't work. I thought the utility allows us to change the startup screen with a customized picture, but it's not working. My notebook has Windows 7 64-bit, and I have already enabled the Asus Fancy Start setting in the BIOS. Can someone help me and tell me how to use this software utility? Thank you.

Err, I think that's how it's supposed to go.

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Tony
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Posted:3/1/2010 9:39:00 PM # 4
Now that sounds right! I felt like someone had slipped me crazy pills the last time i tried to read the original post.

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dewdude
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Posted:3/2/2010 7:05:00 AM # 5
I believe Asus had a similar utiliy for my old motherboard. In that case, it DID let you change the boot logo to whatever you wanted. The G72Gx's bios doesn't use a static image...it has an animation and sound..so I don't imagine the Fancy Start using a static image would work.

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GridironDuck
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Posted:11/18/2010 3:52:00 PM # 6
My Static image works. My problem is adding a sound (wav)that is supported.

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Go Ducks!!!
Alex
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Posted:8/8/2011 10:32:00 PM # 7
I have a U36JC and i was able to get everything working

The trick to get the static image and sound(wav) working is to switch the mode setting from single to sequence. Then you can unselect the ASUS default image or sound file as well as add multiple sound files or images that will be played one after another when the computer boots

Hope i was of help :D

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Massimo
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Posted:12/7/2013 6:37:00 PM # 8
Hi, I have given Fancy Start a try to see how it works. I set a default sound at the boot screen of my pc and now i would like to remove it! but i don't know i i can make it! please help me. >best regards>Massimo

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