eliminate unnecessary running sequence

Dear all,
     After I installed win98,I try to "Add User" by using the add user function in control panel.Then I reboot.I would be prompted for choosing user before everything appear on the desktop.It okay.I delete the user afterwards.However,each time I enter the window,I am also prompted for choosing the user again(but no user in the list),so I can only click to cancel to proceed on entering window.How can I eliminate it?
    On the other hand,each time I enter win98,I will be prompted to connect to the internet before everything appear on the desktop.How can I eliminate it also?
ps:Nothing exist in the Startup folder
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hpchong7Asked:
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MrbreezeCommented:
This will get rid of the Log on screen at boot
1)Go to the C:\Windows directory and delete all files with the .pwl extension.
2)Restart Windows.
3)When the logon box comes up leave it blank and click OK, from then on you will not see the password box again.
4)When it finishes loading
5)Go to Control Panel,Passwords and double click it. Click the User Profiles tab and check the first box.

                       Mrbreeze
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hpchong7Author Commented:
Thnaks your advice.I've solved the first part.
for the 2nd part,
However,the dialup connection box still prompts me each time I get into the window.How can I do?
thanks!
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MrbreezeCommented:
If you are going to ask two questions about separate problems you need to post them separate. Most likely you can cure the problem by opening the properties of IE and click the Connections tab. Uncheck the option Dial Whenever a Network Connection is Not Present
                       Mrbreeze
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hpchong7Author Commented:
Thanks!Next time I would post separately.
However,I cannot find such option in my IE4......
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MrbreezeCommented:
Hp,
Glad to help you and I was just kidding with you about posting separately. If we can help again just ask.
                             Mrbreeze
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hpchong7Author Commented:
Thanks!
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MrbreezeCommented:
Anytime
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