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Windows ME unwanted login/password screen

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by lucytogo, Feb 8, 2005.

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  1. lucytogo

    lucytogo Thread Starter

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    This login screen comes on when I boot up. It wants user name and password. I just hit cancel and it will go on away and finish booting windows up. My question is how do I get that login/password screen to stop coming up? PLEASE HELP ME! :confused:
     
  2. Elvandil

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    Depends what log in it is. If it's the normal Windows log in, all you need do is leave the password box blank and click OK. It shouldn't come up the next boot.

    If you open the Networking applet in the Control Panel and see Microsoft Networks installed, then you are seeing a network log in box. Change your protocol to Windows Logon, remove MS Networking, and the log in box won't appear any more.
     
  3. lucytogo

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    It comes up, I leave user blank and password blank, just hit cancel and it keeps coming up everytime I boot up my system. Help please!?!
     
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    Then you will need to remove Networking (unless you are networked, it is not needed).
     
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