When I try to delete a Windows XP Home user account, it goes to "not responding.' How do I solve this problem? Tags: Windows XP Last response: January 21, 2014 2:37 PM in Windows XP Share Clippy January 21, 2014 2:22:05 PM When I try to delete a Windows XP Home user account, it goes to "not responding.' How do I solve this problem? More about : delete windows home user account responding solve problem ram1009 January 21, 2014 2:37:06 PM You can try reinstalling XP from the disk. If you do a repair it will install only the system files leaving data and setting alone. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedin windows xp i want to delete a directory ,but clicking on delete pc shows access denied , how to solve this problem Forum Solvedin windows xp i want to delete a directory ,but clicking on delete pc shows access denied , how to solve this problem Forum SolvedHOW TO DISSABLE USER ACCOUNTS IN WINDOWS XP HOME Forum How to restore my deleted old user account in windows xp Forum Windows XP Home Edition, User Account Problems Forum How to delete my user account windows 7 if administrative password is lost Forum SolvedHow to operate windows that requires password of deleted user account Forum Can't delete user account in windows xp Forum SolvedManaging windows xp home user accounts Forum error 80070402 deleting user account on win xp home Forum How to disable user account in windows 7 home premium Forum How to solve user environment error for windows xp Forum How to delete the guest account windows xp ? Forum How to solve user environment error for windows xp Forum How to stop Automatically created user account windows xp Forum How to prevent a limited windows xp user account from reformating hard drive Forum How do I keep windows xp from asking which user account do want to use to run th Forum How to use another User Account's icon on Windows XP Forum Managing windows xp home user accounts Forum How do I delete the pictures etc in my pictures in windows xp home ? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !