Windows 7 username and password start up screen suddenly small

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by coolcar221, Oct 9, 2011.

  1. coolcar221

    coolcar221 MDL Novice

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    When I used to boot my computer it went to the Windows 7 screen with my username, large icon above it, and a spot to enter password below. Recently it started going to the same screen upon bootup, only now my username and icon are smaller than before and I must now click the small icon before it turns big, and then I can enter my password. Does anyone know how to go back to bypassing this annoying extra click before entering my password?How do I solve this?I only have one admin user account and guest account is disabled.
     
  2. hbhb

    hbhb MDL Expert

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    Coolcar,
    I am just bumping your thread, I know what you are talking about. It does happen in my system at times, 64bits. I never looked it up as one click inst a bother.
    However i will look it up next time.
    The user logo comes up without the text fiel under, and u need to hit it , for the text field /password case to generate,then input. Gotcha:D
    at least i can confirm u r not alone or crazy:tongue2:
     
  3. ahlehleh

    ahlehleh MDL Novice

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    Hello. Such problem usually existswhen there are hidden accounts present in your system. Did you happen to install VMWare or any similar programs that could have modified your system? If it is much of a bother for you, you might want to do the following: Type netplwiz in the search box in Start menu and run as admin. Remove the account that happens to have a queer name. Do note, however, that such removal would cause its dependents to not work. How that this fixes your problem.
     
  4. hbhb

    hbhb MDL Expert

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    dude:aerobueke: what u said isnt accurate , as there are no hidden accounts,vmware or queers around
     
  5. oohgodyeah

    oohgodyeah MDL Novice

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    LOL, what a humorous use of the literal definition of 'queer' that sounds completely offsense. Too funny. :p
     
  6. PhaseDoubt

    PhaseDoubt MDL Expert

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    Like Zombies. old threads never die, they just wait to be reanimated.