QUOTE(greenday54261 @ Jun 10 2006, 03:38 AM)
To the two people aside from the original poster: I admire your eagerness, but this is NOT going to help him if he has X2.5032.
To the original poster:
I don't believe you can replace the X with another picture. It's just not a feature built into the X2.5032 BIOS.
As for customizing...
X2.5032 is what is known as a "Config Live" BIOS. This means it loads all settings, such as dash locations, logos, and the big X design, among other things, from a text file on the C or E drive named x2config.txt. FTP this to your computer, edit it, and FTP it back to where you found it on the box.
The file itself is pretty self-explanatory, but it's probably a good idea to load it into X2ConfigMaker and edit it that way. It's linked off the main X-S page, although the current version was written in .NET and is missing many features the previous version had. If you can snag that one instead, great, although I haven't had much luck finding it.
i all ready knew about the customizing stuff, but thanks
is there another bios that can replace the pic?