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Getting to in Win 98 without password.

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I recently installed Tweakit from Win 98.  Now everytime I boot Win 98  I am asked to sign in with a user name.  I want to go striaght to Windows without using a user name. How?

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atomic212 earned 100 total points
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When the login box comes up, dont enter a password, and hit cancel.
After you do this once or twice it should not ask you to log in anymore

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First do u have a network card installed? If you have then the username will show up everytime u start the computer. In order not to type the password everytime u start the computer, you have to type in a new username and press enter twice. ie do not type anything in the password box. Hope this solves your problem.

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