After power down and a cold restart, I automatically restart in my Administrator Account.  Running 10.8.4 with one Administrator account, one user account and one guest account.  Recently downloaded and installed 3rd party software (Panorama).

After power down and a cold restart, I automatically restart in my Administrator Account.  Running 10.8.4 with one Administrator account, one user account and one guest account.  Recently downloaded and installed 3rd party software (Panorama).  Installation required that I create a super user named Other with root privileges. I did so and successfully installed the 3rd party software.  I powered down a few days late and when I restarted, I went automatically to my Administrator account with no login password required.  I deleted the Other account, powered down and restarted with the same result - opened in Administrator.   I then followed the steps to disable root user, powered down, cold restart - same result, opened in Administrator account.
Any suggestions?  Any thoughts?  Much appreciate any help you might offer.
jtsinphl

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