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LAPTOP WON'T SAVE PERSONALISED SETTINGS AFTER RESTART! Please help!

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September 6, 2011 12:04:50 PM

Hi,

Please could someone help me? Just bought new laptop yesterday, however... every time I reboot, it comes up with a window saying 'Setting up personalised settings'! :??: 

Please tell me how to fix this.

Thanks

medsoluk - Laurence

September 6, 2011 12:31:08 PM

What settings are you talking about? Try changing one at a time instead of all at once... When you change more and/or multiply settings, not all of it is changed at once... If you can try one at a time and restart... BTW, what setting you talking about, Games or Windows or others?
September 6, 2011 1:06:38 PM

legendkiller said:
What settings are you talking about? Try changing one at a time instead of all at once... When you change more and/or multiply settings, not all of it is changed at once... If you can try one at a time and restart... BTW, what setting you talking about, Games or Windows or others?


My home page on IE9 changes to MSN/Bing and my desktop wallpaper changes back to the default + plus the windows that pops up every time!
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September 6, 2011 1:47:45 PM

legendkiller said:
What settings are you talking about? Try changing one at a time instead of all at once... When you change more and/or multiply settings, not all of it is changed at once... If you can try one at a time and restart... BTW, what setting you talking about, Games or Windows or others?


My home page and my desktop background go back to the default on reboot. It's getting annoying + plus the window that pops up takes some time to go away!
September 6, 2011 2:54:09 PM

Try creating a new user account, and see if that fixes it.

Type "Add user account" into the Win7 search bar and select "Add or Remove a User Account" Add the new account and try logging into it.
September 6, 2011 2:59:33 PM

:hello: 
tomatthe said:
Try creating a new user account, and see if that fixes it.

Type "Add user account" into the Win7 search bar and select "Add or Remove a User Account" Add the new account and try logging into it.


Yeah, just doen that and restarted and this account is fine :) 

thanks
September 6, 2011 11:38:39 PM

medsoluk said:
:hello: 

Yeah, just doen that and restarted and this account is fine :) 

thanks

I Dont recommend creating 2+ Account unless it's Server and/or Linux because creating lots of account will most likely to slow down your HDD and/or Hardware(Such as CPU and/or RAM)
September 6, 2011 11:38:40 PM

medsoluk said:
:hello: 

Yeah, just doen that and restarted and this account is fine :) 

thanks

I Dont recommend creating 2+ Account unless it's Server and/or Linux because creating lots of account will most likely to slow down your HDD and/or Hardware(Such as CPU and/or RAM)
September 7, 2011 7:11:41 AM

legendkiller said:
I Dont recommend creating 2+ Account unless it's Server and/or Linux because creating lots of account will most likely to slow down your HDD and/or Hardware(Such as CPU and/or RAM)


Delete my other one though...
September 8, 2011 3:21:49 AM

medsoluk said:
Delete my other one though...

okay, good luck lol...
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