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A little question about stand by mode

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Whenever I put my new computer into stand by and turn it back on it makes me click on my only account, any way to stop this? (OS is xp) Just wondering why this happens because my older computer with xp doesnt do this. Ive messed with all the little options I could find but no luck so far, just kinda annoying if you know what i mean.
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Click [Start] [Run] and type
control userpasswords2
Click [OK]
The [User Accounts] Property Sheet displays.
On [Users] tab, clear the [Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer] check box.
Click [Apply].
Enter a user name and password that should be used to logon automatically in the dialog box that appears.
Click [OK].
Go to [Control Panel] [User Accounts] [Change the Way Users Log On and Off].
Uncheck [Use the Welcome Screen] and [Use Fast User Switching]
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sweet thanks very much rep +
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Glad I could help.
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