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aalh004

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A user account screen started to come up now every time i boot my computer, how the heck do u stop it coming up. I dont need this window as im the only user and i have no password!!! I know its just silly, but i dont like it!!!!!!!!!! I tried looking around fro some option in user accounts, but i cant find any option that stops it coming up!!!
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darth_ash

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Hi aalh004,
Download TweakUI, a Microsoft Powertoy from the following link:
http://download.micr...wertoySetup.exe

Install and open TweakUI.
In TweakUI, Expand Logon and click on Autologon; enable the Log on automatically a system startup option and set the username there if not already set.
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Emery Herman

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There is a way to do that witout Tweak UI.

Here goes:

Start-->control panel-->useraccounts-->change the way users log on- and off.
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Actually the cause of this screen coming up is that you downloaded the .NET Framework v1.1 from Windows Update. If you go back to Windows Update and download service pack 1 for it and then go back again and download the critical update for the service pack 1 (yeah yeah i know typical microsoft, couldn't just add them to the original .NET v1.1 download) your problem will be gone.

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