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Unable to display password sreen

Sir, when i start my computer with windows xp sp2 it is unable to display password screen.i have already set my password. so i am unable to use password.please solve problem

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Re: unable to display password sreen

Hi Try this: Control Panel =>User Accounts =>Change the way users log on or off =>and uncheck the select box "use the Welcome screen. If you need help ask. Good Luck.

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