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How to 1) solve slow boot-up and 2) deactivate user accounts

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    Larry Wiemer
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    Windows XP. Gateway 1.6 P4.

    1) Takes over two minutes to boot up. I have Symantec NIS 2004 and Nortan Antivirus 2004 Pro installed. Also, because of all the ‘junk’ that has accumulated (there are approx 45 different programs to choose from in ‘start-up), I use selective start-up and only activate the cc app and Noton programs. Any idea why it takes so long to boot up? How do I know which program can be deleted from selective start-up and how do I do it.

    2) How do I de-activate user accounts? When I go into user accounts, slect ‘change the way users log on or off, and de-select “use teh welcome screen” I am still required to log on before system fully boots up. My wife somehow activaed this feature, but know that we don’t want it, I can’t figure out how to make it go away.

    Any help would be much appreciated.

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