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Have the ones in the signature, paint.net is good, you need .net framework 2 for the most recent version
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Hi again On my new computer the documents and setting are in my name . so when my girl gets her e-mail or when any comes in or goes out it always says edwards documents and settings......

i wish to change the name can you tell me how thanks
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What e-mail programme do you have

Is there an e-mail account for your girlfriend
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e-mail is not important just want to change settings to different name in document and settings

like my computer says c:documentandsettingsEdward................just like yours with your name....

but i want my girls name
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See if this helps

http://support.micro...om/?kbid=310441
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couldnt i just do it here ......................................cause its not resgistered yet i mean the windows


its hard to explain............
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C:\Documents and Settings\Edward\My Documents\


up above want change to

C:\Documents and Settigs\Girl friend name\My Documents\.................
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Try this as well

http://support.micro...kb/283111/en-us
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ok .......i got xp pro sp2 so what step i take

microsoft was blurry the page you sent me
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1. Right-click My Computer, and then click Manage.

2. Click Local Users and Groups to expand it.

3. Click Users.

4. Right-click the account that you want to change, and then click Rename.

5. At a command prompt, run the set command; the %HomePath% variable still points to the old user name.
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got manage .......but no user account
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You should have this, click + next to local users and groups, then click the users folder

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in the user folder what do i change
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hi

i got a program for you check out since you have hi-speed just wanna how good it is

http://www.driver-soft.com/
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You should right click the name you want to change then click rename

Had a look at the programme and it's a paid for thing, I don't put those in my signature

As long as you have the installation CD's the advantage of the programme is having them all in one place, the disadvantage is if you lose access to the one place

Still looking for a real high speed connection to improve on this

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