A temporary account is in windows 8 software opening everytime i switch on the laptop

ritu.frenz

everytime i switch on my laptop, a temporary account is opening and it says 'you ar signed on through a temporary account. you cannot access or save any file while working in this account. all your files will be deleted. to fix the problem, sign out and sign in later.'
a tried restarting the machine, but it didnt help.

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owen
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 Someone else had the same problem with Windows 8, hopefully this will help you resolve it: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-system/window...

 

jimlynch
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Owen's link looks like the best option for this problem. Nice job, owen.

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