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How do I delete a user profile in windows 98.....Thanks for your help
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start/settings/control panel/users/select the user and delete.
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by:Luxana
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that right or find all *.pwl files and delete them.....
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by:Chrism
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The other option is to go to C:\Windows\Profiles and delete the user tree from here.
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