Removing workgroup or user

  rogerpwwwwwwwwwwwww 22:30 26 Dec 06

I have a PC which automatically boots up straight into a user. If I try to remove this user the system will not boot up at all. The system is windows xp pro.

I think the problem is that the user belongs to a workgroup. So how do I remove this user or workgroup?

If I try to remove it at the system then will not boot up and I have to use safe mode to put back the user.

This means that now to get to my user I have to boot up into this user and then logout and change user to get to my user or the administrator user. The problem user does not have admin rights nor does it have a password but it seems impossible to remove. Please can anybody help

  SANTOS7 22:42 26 Dec 06

Removing a User

To remove a user from a workgroup:

1. Login to the workgroup as Admin
2. Click on the Admin icon
3. Click on the User Administration button
4. Click on the Delete button to the left of the user account you wish to remove.

click here
text taken from link,hope it helps, good luck...

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