95 Password

Can't get rid of password after reload.
Must be a way to dump this pesty item.
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clo1Commented:
Try to get Tweakui from Microsoft and there is a option for disable the login prompt when system start, something like that. And not only this option, you can tweak the windows in many ways through this program too.

You can download it from here.

http://ftpsearch.lycos.com/cgi-bin/search?query=Tweakui&filetype=All+files&otype=Navigate&oquery=ftp.geophysik.uni-frankfurt.de/pub/win95/tweakui


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blueforceCommented:
Assuming your talking about the box that pops up asking you to log on to Windows when you boot the computer - here's how to disable it:

If you have not set up multiple users:

Open Control Panel
Double Click Network icon.
From the list "Primary Network Logon" choose "Windows Family Logon".
Press OK
Restart Windows.

If that doesn't work - you have created a password sometime in the past.  To fix this delete the .pwl files then re-do the former suggestion.

If you do have multiple users set up:

1 Start\Run\Regedit
2 Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\NETWORK\LOGON
3 If not present - create a new binary
  value called "Process Logon Script"
  by selecting NEW then BINARY VALUE
  from the EDIT menu
4 Double click the new value you just
  created and change the value from
  0000 00 to 0000 01.
5 Reboot.
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tlikCommented:
Try this :
Delete all *.PWL and *.ACL files in Windows directory.
Then restart windows.
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MOPAuthor Commented:
Thank you gentlemen Prob solved, Have a good one.
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