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My computer is stuck on classic login mode, when i tried to swich it back it said i had to unistall client sevices for netware, i looked for it, but i can't figure out what it is, or where it is, does anyone have any suggestions?
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Open Network Connections Start ... Control Panel ... Network Connections
select the Local Area Connection entry where the Novell Client for
NT/2000 is being used.
Click Properties to bring up the properties dialog for that connection.
Highlight the Novell Client for Windows entry in the connection
Press the Uninstall button. Windows will confirm that you want to
remove the Novell Client for Windows from all connections and not just the
current connection.
Answer Yes to this prompt and the Novell Client for Windows and
dependent Windows network services will be removed.

This may result in you being unable to log in, if you actually use a
Novell-based network... so be careful and, if applicable, contact your IT
department/network admin if you aren't sure.

you should be set to go to your USER ACCOUNTS and activate the WELCOME SCREEN.
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