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Press Windows+R key and type
regedit and click ok
Backup the key by exporting to your PC
Now expand the key and if you find a subkey called .DEFAULT -Delete it
Restart the PC and let me know if that fixed the other user issue.
Generally I would open my computer and look in your c drive for c:\users\ to find the actual name of the account ... it probably isn't what you think it is and may be something like 'owner' or 'user'. Also if this a work computer and associated with a domain then you may have more to type in... but I need more information if that is the case.
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