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Can you change the background on the login screen?

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Was just wondering if this can be done?


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yes it can be done...if you go to this shows you how to go about it...i have done it before from that site but with software where you just dropped a picture where you wanted and it did all the changing for you...take alot around that site...there is lots there !
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