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Windows 7: problem in auto power on . please help me


10 Jun 2010   #1

windows 7
 
 
problem in auto power on . please help me

hi
i install auto power on Windows 7.
in option of this program there are Cadre by this name "Auto Logon (WinXP/2003/vista/2008/Windows 7).
but when i click on "Active" the field "user" & "password" not active an they are disable.
please help me.



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10 Jun 2010   #2

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tariran View Post
hi
i install auto power on Windows 7.
in option of this program there are Cadre by this name "Auto Logon (WinXP/2003/vista/2008/Windows 7).
but when i click on "Active" the field "user" & "password" not active an they are disable.
please help me.
More info about "auto power on" please
My System SpecsSystem Spec
10 Jun 2010   #3

windows 7
 
 

in option of this program is a choose by this name "Auto Logon (WinXP/2003/vista/2008/Windows 7)".
in usual when i click on "active" must two field "user Name' & "password" enabled. but when i click on active they field no change an not enabled.
i want when my computer power on auto logon to a user.
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