My heart sank when I installed .NET framework and saw it had added the necessity to press to log on and now my worst nightmare has come true. If I try to log in to my PC it immediately logs off me back off. So, How do I get back into my PC? The problem followed me cleaning system32/userinit with BitDefender rootkit following browser problems and a Exploit.Bytverify being found on my PC - no idea where that could have come from on my trading PC. My guess is that it is a malicious trick by this trojan if it is tampered with. If anyone has the address of the writer of this please forward............. Have tried Last Known Good, start in safe mode, even tried a WinXP2 CD in the CD drive thinking upgrading may bypass it. The irony is I no longer use the software that I installed this stupid SLOW .NET framework for and no longer consider installing anything that uses it as it clearly unable to cope with trading. Both apps that used it (Ninja trader and Marketdelta) hanged regularly in a fast moving market. I have backup(s) but this is a last resort and would prefer to be able to get past this STUPID log on added by MS as an add on to .NET framework against my wishes. I can't get in to overwrite the userinit file or entire Win directory. Great idea that logon screen Bill............ Moral of the story is don't install this or programs written for it.