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Imagex and Bootscreen Modding

Hey, I am currently doing a small project where i am modding the bootscreen of Windows. Now in one of the steps taken to do this I have to mount a .wim file using imagex. When the file is mounted the actual .wim file will be broken down into two bitmap images, the same images used for the bootscreen. Here is my question and I am hoping someone in this forum is an expert at utilizing imagex. Can I write a small program which will allow a sound byte to play and then unmount the two bitmap files and the program back into the one .wim file. Is that possible?

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