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I donot use magnifier or narrater,How can i stop them from coming on each time i start computer

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Go to start all programes then to accessories. then to accessibilitys and click on narrater or magnifier. and unmark show magnifier.for narrater click exit

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A Windows XP that has failed Product Activation will lock its users out of the operating system. Windows will simply refuse to login, and will redirect users time and again to the activation option. But is there a way to still access your content via the operating system? Launching Windows in Safe Mode will permit access to the basic functionality of the operating system. But there is another way.

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2. Run in safe mode. Log in using the profile Administrator. Go to control panel then user accounts. You can change the password of your profile.

3. Dell systems have the built-in factory image restore. It can be found in the WinRE. To go to WinRE, turn system off, power on computer, after pressing the power button, tap on F8 till it gives you a screen that says Advanced Boot Options. Select Repair your Computer. Click on a few things for the language. Then you will have a window that says Windows Recovery Console. Click on Dell Factory Image Restore. Then there you go! it will restore the system back to its factory settings.

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2. You may have accidentally changed the size of text and icons.

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I hope this helps. If so, please remember to rate my post.

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