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When i log on to my windows profile the screen

When i log on to my windows profile the display will always be in the vertical position even if the screen is horizontal, but when others log on the displey is normal if you know how to fix this please help

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Try reset the display settings click right on the desktop

choose diplay parametrers.

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Create a Hidden User Account This tweak allows an account that is...


Create a Hidden User Account This tweak allows an account that is normally displayed on the Welcome screen to be hidden from view. To log on using the account it's necessary to use the Log On To Windows dialog box similar to the one in Windows 2000 i.e. press CTRL+ALT+DEL twice.

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Modify/Create DWORD Value of Data type REG_DWORD Named [Type Name of Account to be Hidden]
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When i log on the screen turns black


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My windows xp will log onto the welcome screen, but will not log


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first of all try to boot your computer in safe mode with networking and you can do this by pressing F8 on your keyboard for 10 times while starting your computer ,check that wether you are able to log on to your computer .if you are able to log in then try to take a back up of all your data and then try to create a new profile ,because might be possible the profile that you are trying to log on to on normal mode might have gone corrupted .
if it does not work please get back to me on fixya or on my email address ullekhtandon@gmail.com
i would try to take a remote of the computer and would try to solve the problem .

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techbuddies .

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If you want to correct the problem, you need to put the monitor into the same resolution and use its menu functions to adjust the size and position. Try pressing F8 when the machine boots to get into the Windows startup menu. This will probably also be shifted, so you can adjust the settings while the menu is being displayed.

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