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getting out of user account

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by donboy01, Mar 31, 2010.

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  1. donboy01

    donboy01 Thread Starter

    Mar 31, 2010
    I need help getting out of a user acount i set up with out haveing to turn off my pc.
    I am useing my sisters pc an its haveing problems restarting so i just keep it on all the
    well i did turn it off the one time to set up the user acount an had a hard time restarting it.
    I need to go back to her acount thu .I've got her password an prepission to do what i need to do
    so thats cool.Can i do anything to change acounts without haveing to restart the thing.
    I hope your following what i'm saying! <Removed email address by moderator - ETAF>
  2. paisanol69


    Sep 7, 2005

    Welcome to the TSG website.
    You should post what operating system you have installed on your computer, you will get a better answer to your question.

    I have reported your thread to the moderators, because you have included your email address in your post, and that is going to cause you no amount of spam email, since the web is crawling with spam bots. You should never include your email address in an online post/forum, unless you love unwanted spam at the email address you post.

    Best of luck with your problem, and once again, WELCOME TO TSG!!!!!
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