## Blog entry by Brittney Griffin

### RamonaandBeezus2010Bluray720pDTSx264CHD !!TOP!!

RamonaandBeezus2010Bluray720pDTSx264CHD !!TOP!!

RamonaandBeezus2010Bluray720pDTSx264CHD

One significant change in Vista is that the Advanced Startup is no longer disabled by default in the booting sequence. This means that if your machine reboots, the desktop does not load, and no splashscreen is seen. The only way to get the screen to load is to manually start the service using the "Start" buttons in the Start menu. The code for doing this is:

The answer to your first question is "what is that line in the code?"
Well, first of all "it is a C program" and C programmers like to write lots of code that nobody needs and that is hard to understand.
But to answer your question, this is a call to the Win32 LoadLibrary function. The first argument is the name of the DLL file in the binary, and the second argument is NULL, so the function simply loads the library file without performing any functions.
Here's a list of the other messages that are being printed to the screen during startup. This is also a sample output from the "Resource Hacker" utility, which is a debugger for Win32 programs. If you are interested, you can download a free trial of this utility from :)
Message: jmp 0:57 0:00001a1a
Message: call 0:57 0:0000b809
Message: call 0:57 0:00001820
Message: call 0:57 0:0000111c
Message: call 0:57 0:0000111c
Message: call 0:57 0:0000113a
Message: call 0:57 0:0000c741
Message: call 0:57 0:00005b65
Message: call 0:57 0:00005b65
Message: call 0:57 0:00004b57
Message: call 0:57 0:00004b57
Message: call 0:57 0:00004bc9
Message: call 0:57 0:00001832
Message: call 0:57 0:00001832
Message: call 0:57 0:00001917
Message: call 0:57 0:00001917
Message: call 0:57 0:00001904
Message: call 0:57 0:000014e5
Message: call 0:57 0:00008ace

A:

Based on the decomposed data, the string looks like "mTV1", so $0 = "m" and$1 = "TV". You can join this with the digits in your string to get "9122010".

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