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1steveinkaukauna1

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The system could not log you on. Make sure your username and domain are correct then type your password again. letters in passwords must be typed using the correct case. If I click on the error message it goes away and my computer starts normally. I am asking how to stop getting the message.

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So what's the issue?
Can you not log in?
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The issue is that I cant stop getting the message. If I click on the message the computer starts fine. What I need is help from someone who knows how to help me stop getting the message. Thanks
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Neil I'm not sure what OS this is but based on this comment in original post it sounds almost like the system is on a network or has Network Login instead of Microsoft Family Login. ;)

Make sure your username and domain are correct then type your password again


What I need is help from someone who knows how to help me stop getting the message. Thanks

Steve we understand you are frustrated but understand you have provided no information on the system as far as: :D
  • Laptop or Desktop
  • What OS you have
  • Is this system on a network at work or home
  • Is this a branded system like Dell or HP
  • When did this start and was there any updates software or hardware done just prior to the issue starting.
  • Did you change any account settings just prior to this starting



The more info you can give the better Neil can assist you. ;)
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This NO OS desktop computer comes loaded with an Asus P5GC-MX 945GC Intel socket 775 motherboard and Intel Celeron Dual Core E1200 processor. Based on energy-efficient microarchitecture, the Celeron dual-core processor delivers superior energy-efficient dual-core performance. Also onboard is a 160GB SATA II hard drive and 1GB DDR2 PC5400 RAM. Systemax has also included a DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive for all your entertainment, backup, and program installation needs Windows XP Home network cant remember what changes were made at the time the issue started
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