‘Select Administrator: cmd.exe’ with C:Windowssystem32 after each boot

upon any start up the screen displays with ‘Select Administrator: cmd.exe’ with C:Windowssystem32.

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    UGetFix.com says:

    If you have a Command Prompt window titled "Select Administrator: cmd.exe" with C:\Windows\system32, it means that a clean boot was performed (possibly by accident or by somebody else who used your computer before).

    Clean boot is a great troubleshooting technique that can help eliminate computer issues when it comes to software problems. However, after the issue is sorted, users need to make sure that they turned off clean boot mode, or Windows OS will not work correctly. Here's how to do it:

    1. Type in "msconfig" into the search box and hit Enter
    2. System Configuration window should open
    3. In the General tab select "Normal startup"
    4. Go to Services tab > de-select "Hide all Microsoft Services" option
    5. Go to Startup tab, click on Open Task Manager
    6. In the Task Manager, enable all the applications by right-clicking on each of them and selecting "Enable"
    7. Reboot your computer

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