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Old 10-22-2007, 08:17 PM
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Default Delete Logon Process

On startup, I want my system to go directly from the black screen, "Booting from CD" to my desktop without having to go through the process of logging on...

Since I'm the only user that matters, there is no need for all that rigamarole At one time I had it working that way, but my daughter did a number on things, and I had to reinstall Windows XP I have that dumb logon business to deal with...and I've forgotten what I did to get rid of it last time...should learn to write things down...bummer...

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Old 10-23-2007, 09:23 AM
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start > control panel > user accounts
if your account is the only account, other than programs which make accounts, click it and choose "remove password" (assuming you had one)
type your password, and it's gone

you will likely need to go into the "change how users log on and off" option now, and turn off fast user switching if it is enabled. This should make the computer log on as soon as it starts up.


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