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Type Regedit , Hit OK
Find The Following Directory
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > MICROSOFT > Windows NT > Current Version > WinLogon > Special Accounts > User List
Now on the right hand side of this screen one you click on User Lists Find the old account that has disappeard , if is not in the list right click and choose:
New DWORD Value
now name this the same as the account that is missing , hit enter and then double click on the new DWORD Value you jsut created, in the window that pops up put 1 in the Value Data Field Hit OK Close REGEDIT and logoff
you should now see your old account if you did it properly
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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