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Windows XP Startup Login

by DickyDum / November 21, 2006 7:33 AM PST

Running Windows XP SP2.
Since loading up a commercial program that incorrectly loaded and I had to completely remove,I now get the LOG IN screen appear,which never came up before. I am the only user and would like to get rid of the User Log In Screen. Is this possible?
Thanks for any help.

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TweakUI
by jackson dougless / November 21, 2006 8:09 AM PST

I'd suggest setting a password on the account, then using TweakUI (a free download) to set up an automatic login. Use Google if unsure on the details of how to do either part.

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jackson douglas
by DickyDum / November 22, 2006 5:28 AM PST
In reply to: TweakUI

Thanks for info but I will hold off loading TweakUI for the time being.

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jackson douglas
by DickyDum / November 26, 2006 11:29 PM PST
In reply to: TweakUI

Many thanks jackson, TweakUI did the trick. I did not have to set anything, just to set start up without any LOG IN.
Once again
Thanks for HELP.

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Had a similar problem with winme or win98se, asked
by DarCLew2 / November 21, 2006 12:52 PM PST

man who supplied info. Said to click accept as a blank [enter or something similar]. Showed a few times and stopped with a blank password. DarCLew2

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MICROSOFT.NET FRAMEWORK could be the problem??
by bently / November 22, 2006 1:10 PM PST

Go to Control Panel, Add or Remove.
Check to see if you have " MICROSOFT.NET FRAMEWORK".

It can be removed using "REMOVE" in the ADD or REMOVE feature in Control Panel.


I installed a new HP 4-in-one printer, and the HP software installed "MICROSOFT.NET FRAMEWORK".

"MICROSOFT.NET FRAMEWORK". changed my login to where I have to click on a LOGIN icon to get to my desktop.

Removing it, brought my boot back to normal.

However...when I remove "MICROSOFT.NET FRAMEWORK". , my printer will not work properly, but that the only program that it affected on my computer.

Ben

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DarClew2
by DickyDum / November 26, 2006 6:12 PM PST

I have never used the log-in system or entered any password. However I will certainly try a blank but I would have to delete my name to achieve this.
Many Thanks.

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(NT) DickyDum, Name is needed, Password is blank.
by DarCLew2 / November 26, 2006 9:53 PM PST
In reply to: DarClew2
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