how to remove: control, alt, delete to begin – at bootup

Does this do it for you?

Click on Start-Run, type control userpasswords2, click on OK. When that opens, click on the “Advanced” tab, and in the “Secure Log On” section UNCHECK the appropriate box.

How To Enable or Disable the CTRL+ALT+DELETE Sequence for Logging On in Windows XP

If your computer is connected to a domain, the Ctrl-Alt-Delete options is frequently required.

Hope this helps.



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