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Why does my computer keep giving me a blue screen and rebooting when I login? 

by on February 6, 2011

Q: I have a gateway laptop and I was cleaning out some stuff and uninstalling them and it restarted on me and now it wont turn on. It tries to turn on but when he goes to to desktop where I sign in as guest or something it comes up a blue screen and then restarts all over again. How can I fix it?

 
 

How do I remove popup advertisements that show when I logon to my PC? 

by on December 2, 2010

Q: Every time I log onto my account on my PC a pop up advertisement appears and I can’t get rid of it. I have used Malware Bytes and scanned it with my anti-virus protection and after all that I still get the pop up? I am on Windows 7 64 bit but I don’t know if you need to know that.

 
 

How to change the login screen background on Windows Server 2003? 

by on August 25, 2010

Q: How to change the login screen background on Windows Server 2003 r2?

 
 

How come I cannot login to sites that require a username and password? 

by on April 10, 2010

Q: I cannot connect to websites that require me to log in (facebook, yahoo, ect). My internet connection is fine, I did system restore & even reinstalled Windows. My computer has been doing this for the past week and I have no idea what the problem is. I have windows Vista-32 and I need your help.

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Remove the Windows login screen 

by on April 7, 2010

Q: How do you setup Windows so you don’t have to log in each time you start the computer?

A: Some people like to just turn on their computer and gain access to it right away without having to enter a user name or password. Everyone should remember that if you can do that then anyone else with access to your computer can do the same though so if you store personal information on the computer then it might not be the best idea. The good news is that removing the login screen on Windows is pretty easy and we will walk you though the process. Read the rest of this entry »

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How come my login window was open when I left my computer in standby mode? 

by on April 3, 2010

Q: Before I left for work I put my laptop on standby. When I got home the login window was open. Normally, you need to press the power button to open the login window. How could the login window be open if I live alone and was at work all day?

 
 

How come I get logged out of Windows right when I login? 

by on January 25, 2010

Q: My XP SP2 machine logs me out immediately upon login. Applies to all user accounts. Tried deleting/recreating a user account. The machine is on a domain. All other machines are good and can log in to domain. Machine is Dell Optiplex 755. They are supposed to be RAID 1, but haven’t pursued it b/c it must be OS related.

I’ve tried safe mode, didn’t work.
I’ve tried multiple accounts, even domain and local admin, didn’t work
I’ve deleted a user profile from the machine via the network, didn’t work.

Next will try unplugging one drive to see if that will work.

 
 

How do you setup Windows so you do not have to login each time you start the computer? 

by on January 3, 2010

Q: How do you setup Windows so you do not have to login each time you start the computer?

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How come my computer freezes everytime I use a website that requires a login? 

by on November 28, 2009

Q: I am running Windows Vista and my computer freezes up randomly. It happens nearly every time that I login to a website: i.e. yahoo, gmail, askageek, or any other site that requires a login. Is there a reason for this and how do I fix it?

 
 

Can I get into Windows XP after changing the administrator password to something I don’t know? 

by on August 24, 2009

Q: I’m trying to fix a friends computer and I was attempting to turn on the automatic log on function in Windows XP. At run I entered “control userpasswords2”, cleared the “users must enter a username and password to use this” however I left the password blank for Account Administrator. I clicked apply, OK etc.

When I tried to restart the Welcome Screen comes up and a box to enter a password. I get a message that says “unable to log on because of an account restriction”. When I hard reboot, I cannot access the setup menu, I cannot boot into safe mode or anything else. It just goes to the log in screen.

I’ve managed to lock myself out completely. Is there any backdoor methods to get round this? Can I take the hard drive out and set it up as a slave drive in my computer and change anything to get access? I have tried starting it with my Windows ¬†XP c.d in but it just boots up normally. Any help would be Greatly appreciated.