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Password Screen Disappears

Password Screen Disappears

Password Screen Disappears

(OP)
when my computer boots up and displays the Network Login Screen it only show for about 3-5 seconds and then disappears.

If I hit the "ok" button before it disappears it will give me an error and then re-display the Network login screen. If I do not hit the "ok" button in time then I have to "log off" the computer then it display the login in screen correctly.

This problem will occur on the cold boot and on restart.

If I use Netware Login or Microsoft Networks Login it does the same thing.

Need help please

RE: Password Screen Disappears

Do you have tweakui loaded?  this tool has a option to automatically logon to network without halting on Windows load.

RE: Password Screen Disappears

(OP)
No I do not have tweakui loaded, it never lets me logon, are there settings in the Regedit that tweakui changes that I can check?

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