User account problem to open computer

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Hey people, 

Today when I switched from some user accounts to my own user account on my computer and tried to run AutoCAD.

It always worked well but this because of the wallpaper changer which I installed to use my Flickr images as my desktop background? 

Please help me, as I can’t sort out the problem today it gave the following error:

Answered By 0 points N/A #103338

User account problem to open computer


The Image that you have posted is not quite readable. But I can somehow guess your problem.

First of all restart your Computer. Press F5 or F8 whichever is your option in bios and try Safe mode for the OS. I assume you have a copy of Windows. Next Login. If it accepts continue or if it does not accept, then Instead of safe mode, try the administrator mode. After login, Try User Accounts in Control Panel.

Open User Accounts, and click on the username. A window appears and click on delete the account. Delete all accounts and create one new Account with administrator permission and other as a standard user.

The Administrator account should be password protected. Try the NTFS file system to format all drives and in the security tab in Properties of each drive, give full access to Administrator account and the standard user permissions deny to write.

Now only at times you may use the Administrator account and always use the normal standard account for most purposes.


Answered By 574060 points N/A #306686

User account problem to open computer


If AutoCAD doesn’t work properly whenever you switch user accounts in Microsoft Windows, one possible reason is that AutoCAD might also be running on the other account which causes a problem with resources. You see, when you switch from one user account to another in Microsoft Windows, the other user account is still logged in.

Now, if you run the application on the other account, it might trigger an error if you run the same application on the current account. It’s like two users are using the same application on the computer. If this is the case, close the application on the other account before switching to another account. Another way is to log out your account instead of switching user accounts.

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