Hi, I've been running WinXP PRO x32 for the l

January 20, 2011 at 03:16:09
Specs: Windows XP pro, 3.0/1 gb
Hi, I've been running WinXP PRO x64 for the last two years and I love it!

But since yesterday, everytime I reboot it deletes all my stored passwords, that is:

1.- Web sites passwords, such as my router's web interface password. Even if I check the "Save password" box.
2.- MSN Messenger. Now everytime I reboot the login/password fields are empty.
3.- Network/domain credentials. The "Stored User Names and Passwords" box goes empty. I really need this one to connect to several shares on my network. It is anoying to authenticate to ecah one every time I reboot.

It seems that happened after I downloaded a bunch of Windows Updates and I cannot tell which one caused the problem.
I already uninstalled them but still getting the same problem.
I allready turned off my Windows firewall (I have no other FW).
I double checked for viruses and malware, found none. After that, I uninstalled my antivirus so it won't interfere.



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January 20, 2011 at 04:12:50
"Stored User Names and Passwords" dialog is empty

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January 20, 2011 at 08:29:23
x32 or x64? Did you install or run any type of cleaning program such as CCleaner? I don't know why you would want your passwords saved anyway. The point of having a password is security. If you have them saved, anyone using your machine can access your accounts, therefore you have no security.

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