type ("copy and paste") the following into your "Run" box on the Start Menu
....and press [ok] - This should bring up the "Local Users and Groups" console.
From here, you can see all the profiles currently set up on your XP installation.
This includes "hidden" accounts.
It could be that installing "Total Commander" has configured .Net Framework.
When .Net Framework is configured, it causes a new "hidden" profile called "ASPINET"
to be created.
This has the "knock-on" effect of making a PC with only one profile and no password,
that used to boot straight into Windows with no logon, to then begin to stop at the
You can override this effect, whether caused in the way described above or in some
other way, by downloading and using this tiny Microsoft utility called "AutoLogon"
Download "AutoLogon" by clicking on the link below :
Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :-)