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How do I get rid of having to log on


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When I reformatted my comptuer I somehow now have to "log on." I am the only user on my computer and do not want to have to log on everytime I start my computer. How do I undo this feature?
Window XP :whistling:
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Run Microsoft Update to see if service pack one for.net framework is an update

http://update.micros...t.aspx?ln=en-us
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okay I downloaded the SP for .net ....now what??? I restarted and i still have to click on my "username" and log in.

I guess it's no big deal, but when I start my computer in the moring I want to start it and leave but I have to wait because I have to click on my username (log in) there is no password attached because, like I said I'm the only user of this computer.
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You need to run Microsoft Update for the hotfix now

If you click start then control pane, click user accounts then change the way users log on, is the guest account off and are use the welcome screen and fast switching ticked?
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