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On an idle Sunday afternoon, I came accross an article about not showing the animation at the Windows start, and followed the instruction to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> System Configuration ->Boot tab.
I clicked the No GUI Boot box and re-started. True enough no animation, but no quicker, so I decided to restore it, went back and clicked No GUI boot to clear it and re-started again, ok except now I get the message 'Windows is Preparing Your Computer For First Use' At each boot, it does nothing, my desktop and programs all work, it's just annoying, can I get rid of it?

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Last Post by TonyG_cyprus
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Yes, put it back exactly as it was, it doen't do anything, just stays on the screen for ten seconds or so and then continues with normal welcome screen, So I suppose I could just put up with it.

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Fixed it thanks harinath, system restore sorted it Duh! Why is it we never think of the obvious simple answer first, always assuming some disaster is about to befall..............

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