Thanks all :).
- Yes, I did… With the program called Hyper Cam. The only problem is, the program can’t record before Windows has started, and it can’t record the shutting down-sequence. You can’t record it with a video camera very well, so I installed Windows XP on a virtuel computer (with the program Microsoft Virtuel PC). Then I could film everything, from the booting to the screen after the PC was turned off.
If you havn’t got a clue on what a ‘virtuel pc’ is, then read this:
A virtuel pc is a complete pc with it own hard disk, processer, RAM, graphic card etc. The only different is, that it runs within a program, which runs on your normal PC. It’s a computer inside your computer… The harddisk of the virtuel computer is “in reality” 1 big file, the RAM and other hardware is virtuel, generated by some harddisk space and processer power on your “real” computer.