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Strange1

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I have a Dell 2400 bequeathed to me when a friend died and when I boot up it says to log into Windows and has her name on it. No password is required tho and I just click on OK and it finishes booting up. How can I get rid of this little log on window? Thanks

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** Please don't be offended if I over simplify - some users require more assistance than others - if you feel smart reading this - all is well - it's good to feel smug sometimes!!**

Hi there,

Once logged in go to your start button (bottom left hand corner of your screen) then control panel then user accounts.

Once here - the system controls are very simple - you click on an account to modify, delete or you have an option to add.

This is the place to either rename you user account or start yourself a new one.

Have fun personalising it!


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Thank you, I should have known that. :whistling:

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Hey there,

Chill - we all learn something new everyday - and forget twice as much.....

The point of these forums is to share what we know and take some control back from those who wish to make money out of misery... (bit deep for this time and indeed this forum) - hehe

Have fun with your new machine and come back for any advice or support you need, your always welcome!

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