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Login Screen changes

I have a simple Netgear wireless adapter and when I install it on my Windows XP Home machine, the login screen changes from the icon selection to manually typing in the user name like you would on a network computer. and when i try to change it back i get an error message saying that a program named RtlGina2.dll is causing the issue. i know another person with the same problem. why does this happen?

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Hi there is an excellent site http://www.dougknox.com/ where you can get a fix for this problem once on the site click on the left hand side WIN XP UTILLITIES then choose from the list it brings up Fix WINDOWS LOGON follow the instructions and it should solve the problem.This is a registry fix so as in all cases when dealing with registry fixes make sure you back everythin up first.

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