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Fix for Windows starting in "administrator" instead of your account

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#1 stx57


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Posted 14 March 2009 - 08:48 AM

I'm sure many of you have encountered this problem and for some reason the fix isn't apparent when you Google for an answer. You make a change in user accounts for how you want Windows to start then the next thing you know it will only boot up in the Administrator account and all your files and programs are missing from the desktop. Here's how I fixed the problem. Download and install Windows power tool Tweak UI from here: http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/c...wertoySetup.exe

Once you've opened the program go to the submenu of "logon" called autologon and put in the user profile name at the top that you want Windows to start in. That should do it.

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