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    Ok guys... One of my computers running XP has updated it's self and now I have to log in. I am sure there is a way around this but I will be hanged if I can think of what it is... Any ideas? A very humble bumble.......
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    Go to start/run and type "control userpasswords2" without qoutation marks and klick ok. Mark your account and untick the box for username and password.
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    Thank you soooooo much sas550!! I knew there was a way I had done it to one of my other machines.. Just could not remember what it was. Saved me a lot of hunting around!
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    Thanks... now I know too for future reference.


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    Hey, I learned something new Imagine that

    Thanks for the info

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    Yes Thanks from me as well. I have been wanting to get rid of the password for some time now. Poof it's gone

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    That's just about the first thing I look for when signing up on a new site. The "keep me signed in on this site when I return' option.

    I hate remembering passwords. Most of mine are the same for everywhere except where money is concerned.

    I use CC Cleaner and move the cookies for that particular site to the "save" area before running a scan and delete operation.
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