Windows 10: 9860 asks me to select OneDrive options on boot

  1.    24 Oct 2014 #1

    9860 asks me to select OneDrive options on boot


    Since my update to build 9860..
    Every time I login I get the OneDrive screen asking to set options with the Next button. No matter what I select or do, it just keeps appearing.
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       25 Oct 2014 #2

    Hi do you use Onedrive ?
    You can click Start and if it's not on the apps list go to the all apps section and right click Onedrive and click on Uninstall,
    I believe there was an issue with Hotmail.com/ Outlook.com yesterday not being able to sign in possibly that's what is causing the problem,
    You can always go to the ms store and redownload Onedrive app later
    Cheers.
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  3.    25 Oct 2014 #3

    OneDrive is integrated in the OS and the only way to really get away from it is to switch to a local account. I had that issue and got rid of it with a reinstall.
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