Create a registry file (.reg) and edit it to suit your needs.
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Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\OEMInformation] @="" "Manufacturer"="Hewlett-Packard" "Model"="Compaq Presario SR1610IL" "Logo"="C:\\Windows\\system32\\oemlogo.bmp" "SupportPhone"="1-600-114772 (Toll free), 0124-2346992 (Toll Number)" "SupportURL"="http://www.hp.com/in/support" "SupportHours"="9 AM to 9 PM (Mon-Sat)"
The maximum size for the oemlogo.bmp is 120x120 pixels according to this forum post.] Use at your own risk. Always back up your registry and create a System Restore point before proceeding! I am not responsible for you borking your computer!
Please be aware that this only applies to Windows XP!
I know this could go in the OS forum...but it will get more attention here.
Ever want to change the graphic that displays when you open the System Control Panel?
That's mine. Create a bitmap file that is no bigger than 172x172 pixels and store it as OEMLOGO.BMP (case sensitive) in C:\WINDOWS\system32. This only works for Windows XP and its variants.
Now, to change the information shown ("Sovereign's Custom|SLI-79GTX 170"), create a file based on this template
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; Manufacturer and Model are displayed on System.General page ; Manufacturer is a required field [general] Manufacturer=Your Company Name, Inc. Model=Whatever you want to call your computer [Support Information] Line1=Write whatever you want Line2=on these lines. Line3=If you want to add more lines Line4=simply add "Line9," "Line10" etc. Line5=Capitalization does not matter! Line6= Line7= LINE8=Make sure to leave a space after the last line though! (It doesn't show here although I tried to make it show up...boo on CODE tags)
You're done! I found this at another forum, this is not my own (although the art you see in my logo-space is a compilation of logos from the companies whose parts I use. The only one excluded is Thermaltake).