On Tue, 2019-12-31 at 13:22 -0500, Frank McCormick wrote:
This APPARENTLY solves the defaultuser0 problem. YMMV
I found this from a google search.
When you get that message, try restarting a few times to see if you
will let you setup a proper account.
That sounds like a real windows approach (just keep rebooting).
If not, do the following at the sign in screen.
Hold down the shift key on your keyboard while clicking the Power
button on the screen.
Continue to hold down the shift key while clicking Restart.
Continue to hold down the shift key until the Advanced Recovery
Click Reset this PC
Click Remove Everything (I'd be careful at this step)
Fully clean the drive (Same here)
That sounds like a real "screw you" from a software programmer.
There's no way that you could figure out that you had to do that
masonic handshake sequence of clicking, you'd need to find explicit
instructions, along with a reason for when to do it.
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