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Welcome Screen Hi I am operating on Windows XP Pro. I have lost my Welcome Screen (Blue) and the sign on which I require to replace. I now have some small sign on boxes, on going to Control Panel and User Accounts then Chang way users sigh on and off.......one is advised Clint services for netware has disabled the Welcome Screen........to restore this you must uninstal "Clint Services for Netware" Please how do I find this service I have been at times over the last week been trying to find this programme on this computer. Please are you able to offer any assistance. Thank You Nick. e-mail nhickman@btinternet.com .

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1. Go to "Start"
2. Go to "Control Panel"
3. Double Click "Network Connections"
4. Now you should see an icon for "Local Area Connection". Right click on it and hit "Properties"
5. In the Local Area Connections Properties dialog box, click on "Client services for Netware", then click "Uninstall"

That will get rid of the problem , once you do that , restart and goto the User Accounts in the control panel to change the way you login , that will fix you right up!

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