How to edit an Asus splash screen

Updated April 17, 2017

Desktop and laptop computers with Asus motherboards typically display a splash screen featuring the Asus logo shortly after you power on the device and before it starts to load the Windows operating system. The motherboard generates the splash screen and you can therefore usually edit this feature from the Basic Input Output System (BIOS) screen during startup. Asus offers a free tool on the computer motherboard software installation disc that lets you customise the splash screen with your own image.

Insert the Asus software installation DVD disc in your computer's optical drive. Select the "Install Utilities" option in the installation pop-up window that automatically displays on your computer screen. The option description may vary slightly depending on the model and software version.

Click to select the "MyLogo" utility option, or the "MyLogo2" option on later models. Click the "Next" button and wait for the setup wizard to install the tool. When prompted, restart your computer.

Double-click the Asus utilities folder to open the program. Select "Update" in the main menu bar, and then choose "MyLogo" or "MyLogo2." Click "Change the BIOS Boot Logo" in the list of options, and then select "Next" to open this feature.

Select "Browse" and go to the computer folder that contains the BMP or JPEG image file that you wish to use as your splash screen in place of the standard Asus logo. Highlight to select the image, and then click the "Open" button. Click "Next" in the MyLogo dialog box, and select the "AutoTune" option to format the image so it works as a splash screen. Click "Next" and then choose the "Flash" option.

Wait a few seconds for the computer to restart with the selected image as the splash screen instead of the standard Asus logo.

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