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everytime my wife logs into her username msn homepage automatically loads and covers up the background picture. I've tried everything, i can not remove this from starting up. When I log on to my user name it loads the right way... what do you guys think?
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What have you tried? Are you talking about the Internet home page or the wallpaper?
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i've tried to change and reload my background and still the web page covers half of the screen. It's like i'm on the net only i can't shut it down. I went into msconfig and tried to change my start up process, looked into bios and to see if anything could be done there. Still it loads.??
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Try this:

1- Open your Display Properties by right-clicking on the desktop and left-clicking on Properties.

2- Open the Desktop tab.

3- Click on Customize desktop.

4- Click on the Web tab.

5- Uncheck My home page.
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thanks, i'll try that.
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