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How to start postgres database service in windows 7

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I have installed PostgreSQL 8.4 in my Windows 7 System. Installation have created new user "postgres" and give service access to that user. After complete the installation I have restart the system and login using my id. But Postgres Service not started and couldn't start that service manually.
I want to set that service should start automatically when any user login my system using their id. Please let me know how to do this
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Thanks for your reply. I have solved this by installing Postgres superuser as LocalSystem.
postgres,exe --superuser LocalSystem

Now any authenticated user of the system can login and access Postgres
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Expert comment help me to think in that way got the solution.
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