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So, I only have one account on this computer, but when I boot up, I have to manually click the little icon to log in.

Not really a huge problem but it does save some time.

Thanks for you help! :tazz:
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If you click start then control panel then user accounts then change the way users log on, have you got ticks in use the welcome screen and fast switching

Have you installed .net framework without installing the service packs
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That doesnt realy help, maybe their is a misunderstanding.
I want to go from the bios>windows loading screen>to my account loading screen>desktop
I dont want to click to log in, I want it done automaticly.

As for .net frame work, I installed a bunch of recomended updates from the windows update website and I did install .net framework. Heres the list of stuff I downloaded (I highlighted the .net framework in blod):

WMDRM-enabled Media Players (KB902344)
Microsoft .NET Framework, Version 1.1 Service Pack 1 (KB886903)
Samsung Electronics CO., LTD. - Monitors - SyncMaster 910N/912N/913N/915N
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: x86 (KB829019)
Windows Media Connect 2.0 (KB909993) Friday,
Microsoft Base Smart Card Cryptographic Service Provider Package: x86 (KB909520)
WMDRM-enabled Media Players (KB891122)
Windows Media Player 10 Friday, J
Update for Windows XP (KB900930)
Update for Windows XP (KB896344)
Cumulative Update for Outlook Express for Windows XP (KB887797)
Update for Windows XP HighMAT Support in CD Writing Wizard (KB831240)
Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.1


I uninstalled .net framework (because I dont know what It Is and probly wont use it), put i am still requiered to manualy log into windows.

PS: I dont have a pass or anything
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The settings you have will affect the way the PC logs on
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Ok, I fixed it. THere was another account called 'asp.net..Machine A'. It didnt show up at the windows login screen, so I deleated the account and it works.

thanks
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.net framework with the service packs would have disabled that, I wanted the settings for user accounts to see if removing it had caused the log in problem

Thank You for letting me know
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