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Change pie chart color in drive properties

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Hello all....

Most of us knows that when we right click the drive and choose

properties there will always a pie chart

(except you've remove them...hehe..).

I don't like the color of it...

So I manage to change it...

Searching it everywhere and I found this thread about 1,5 years ago... (at msfn)

Still couldn't solve my problem though :no: ...

But yesterday... It inspiring me.. :D

then I start searching through system file and

WOW I Found It.....!!! :lol:

here is my mod...

propdialogmod.th.png

Here is what to do....

open shell32.dll with any hex editor... (you better copy it somewhere else before open it...)

and then...

[Pie chart]
Original
90 00 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 00 00 80 00 80 00 80 00

Replace with
90 0F 63 FF 00 1B A9 1B 00 01 31 8C 00 01 57 01 00


[Free Space]
Original
68 FF 00 FF 00 EB 09

Replace with
68 1B A9 1B 00 EB 09


[Used Space]
Original
68 00 00 FF 00 FF 71

Replace with
68 0F 63 FF 00 FF 71

Note: search the original hex code and replace with reserved code...

Replace Back to system32 folder...

(use replacer for the easiest way... but it's better to make backup first...)

Done.... that's it....

Enjoy.... B)

Huge thanks to Mr. Peteski at msfn... for his hex color code and his color suggestion....

but the rest I did it myself..... :icon_cool:

PS: sorry for my (bad) english....

I'm sure this applies to all windows version....

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Is it possible to do with shell32.dll.res?

Anyway I don't know where is located these codes. :confused02:

I used hex editor.

I know these codes located in shell32.dll - dialog 1080 and 1081

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Hm.. you should copy your shell32.dll to somewhere else.. then open it with any hex editor.. find those bytes with find hex values function or replace function to do replace as soon as possible, once you have replaced the code, you have to replace back your shell32.dll to system32 directory, for the easiest way just use replacer-google it- it's always better to have a back up.., hope this help..

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Hm.. you should copy your shell32.dll to somewhere else.. then open it with any hex editor.. find those bytes with find hex values function or replace function to do replace as soon as possible, once you have replaced the code, you have to replace back your shell32.dll to system32 directory, for the easiest way just use replacer-google it- it's always better to have a back up.., hope this help..

Yeah finally done it :thumbsup_anim:

Thank you

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