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  • Your Logon Screens

    Just a place to throw up pictures of your altered logons/desktops, not sure if there is a place for this already... Enjoy; these are two I made to match my car, although my car is Magnesium Metallic.
    Oh yea, I also understand I will have to redo them size wise when I put them it all in my car, thanks. Leave some comments. Also tell whether or not you designed yours or not.
    Logon Screen: Two Different RSX screens by: Me




    Hmm, I used the [img][/img] tag, I guess it is oversized.
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    2005 Acura RSX - (A.k.a "The Asian Wife")
    2.0ghz AMD Athlon XP 2400+
    632mb DDR , 200gb and 40gb

    My real home is ClubRSX.com

    WTB: 7" Lilliput Touch screen

  • #2
    Most of us don't use logon screens, my system boots directly to my frontend, no logon needed, I like it to be as stock looking as possible.

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    • #3
      ya, I wasn't going to, but for now while it's still in progress I wanted to play around with something that would look good in my car. Thanks for the input tho.
      2005 Acura RSX - (A.k.a "The Asian Wife")
      2.0ghz AMD Athlon XP 2400+
      632mb DDR , 200gb and 40gb

      My real home is ClubRSX.com

      WTB: 7" Lilliput Touch screen

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      • #4
        I'm with UK_MP3Car, logon screens are a waste of time in the Car PC especially if you have nothing but a touchscreen for input!
        Ford Focus MP3 : www.stevieg.org/carpc Blog Updated 29 January 2009!
        Car PC Status: Complete - Undergoing Software Redevelopment

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        • #5
          Yeah, no reason for a logon screen in car. Jeepers, most of us are trying to integrate our computers with our cars. If we want the 'logon' experience, we'd just tape laptops to the dash.
          Chrysler 300 - Fabricating
          http://hallert.net/

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          • #6
            but you see that when you are hibernating out going onto standby so imo its worth making them
            So far - 1.1ghz athlon 4 Sharp Laptop, 256mb RAM, 20GB HDD, 32MB on board graphics. CDRW/DVD, 600W Boschmann amp, K301 InDash Screen

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Ryanmt
              but you see that when you are hibernating out going onto standby so imo its worth making them
              You know you can disable the logon screen when coming out of standbay and/or hibernate.....
              Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
              How about the Wiki?



              Under normal circumstances, a signature would go here.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DarquePervert
                You know you can disable the logon screen when coming out of standbay and/or hibernate.....
                Yep, in fact why would you NOT disable it!
                Ford Focus MP3 : www.stevieg.org/carpc Blog Updated 29 January 2009!
                Car PC Status: Complete - Undergoing Software Redevelopment

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                • #9
                  because im a flid?

                  come on explain how ya do it then :P
                  So far - 1.1ghz athlon 4 Sharp Laptop, 256mb RAM, 20GB HDD, 32MB on board graphics. CDRW/DVD, 600W Boschmann amp, K301 InDash Screen

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Ryanmt
                    come on explain how ya do it then :P
                    start/control panel/power options

                    advanced tab/options/ - uncheck "prompt for password..."

                    done
                    Mobo= Epia V
                    Ram= 640mb
                    Ps= m1-atx
                    Screen= Lilly 7" ts
                    Hd= 40gig
                    case= 1/10 scale model of my car (04 Saturn Ion QC)
                    soundcard= soundblaster mp3+
                    GPS= Holux gm-210

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ryanmt
                      because im a flid?
                      Uhhhh... What's a flid?

                      come on explain how ya do it then :P
                      To disable the logon at startup, go to START > RUN > CONTROL USERPASSWORDS2
                      Highlight the user you want to automatically log on as and uncheck the "Users must enter a user name and password..." option
                      When you click OK (or Apply), you'll be prompted to enter the password for the user you highlighted. Enter it, and never see a logon screen at startup again.

                      Also, make sure your screensaver isn't password protected as well. That's done in the display properties on teh screen saver tab.
                      Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
                      How about the Wiki?



                      Under normal circumstances, a signature would go here.

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                      • #12
                        In addition to DarquePervert's post. you can use Microsoft's TweakUI for auto-login.

                        Derek
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                        View my Worklog to see some of my progress.
                        Downgraded Progress - Starting with another car... 09/13/06

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