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You can try installing Resource Hacker (it's in the App Manager), extract the boot screen in ntoskrnl.exe and edit it with a raster graphics editor like Paint.NET or GIMP, making sure that the colors are in indexed mode, and then replace the new modified bootscreen and then replace the kernel.
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