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windows xp logs off immediately after loggin in

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windows xp logs off immediately after loggin in

darkwngduck
Upon logging into windows xp [home], system logs out immediately afterwards; no matter which account used
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    ---TK---

    have you tried jumping into safemode to investigate what is going on?

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    VINAY_HARISH

    CHECK THE RAM STATUS. OR OTHERWISE INSTALL ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE WITH UPDATED

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    kevin_parker

    You can try one of two things to start with.

    Try booting into safe mode
    On starting your pc hold down the F8 key you should be taken to a menu to boot in safe mode.
    When you get to the logon screen select the Administrator account.

    If you cant do that take you Hard drive out and put it in your mates pc or another pc if you have one and transfer the files that way.

    These will only work If your hard drive is not faulty.

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    Ron K.

    I must be missing something.

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    .Martin.

    didn't he...

    that's what happens when you plagiarize.

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    .Martin.

    STAB HIM!!!

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    Ron K.

    Insert the Windows CD go to Start\Run and type in sfc.exe /scannow<br>
    SFC is a System File Checker designed to replace any system files that are corrupted or accidentally deleted. The drawback to that command is that you need a Windows disk for your pc and not manufacturer's system restore discs.<br>

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    kevin_parker

    You can try one of two things to start with.

    Try booting into safe mode
    On starting your pc hold down the F8 key you should be taken to a menu to boot in safe mode.
    When you get to the logon screen select the Administrator account.

    If you cant do that take you Hard drive out and put it in your mates pc or another pc if you have one and transfer the files that way.

    These will only work If your hard drive is not faulty.

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    Ron K.

    Insert the Windows CD go to Start\Run and type in sfc.exe /scannow<br>
    SFC is a System File Checker designed to replace any system files that are corrupted or accidentally deleted. The drawback to that command is that you need a Windows disk for your pc and not manufacturer's system restore discs.<br>

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    ---TK---

    have you tried jumping into safemode to investigate what is going on?

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    VINAY_HARISH

    CHECK THE RAM STATUS. OR OTHERWISE INSTALL ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE WITH UPDATED

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    kevin_parker

    You can try one of two things to start with.

    Try booting into safe mode
    On starting your pc hold down the F8 key you should be taken to a menu to boot in safe mode.
    When you get to the logon screen select the Administrator account.

    If you cant do that take you Hard drive out and put it in your mates pc or another pc if you have one and transfer the files that way.

    These will only work If your hard drive is not faulty.

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    Ron K.

    I must be missing something.

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    .Martin.

    didn't he...

    that's what happens when you plagiarize.

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    .Martin.

    STAB HIM!!!

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    Ron K.

    Insert the Windows CD go to Start\Run and type in sfc.exe /scannow<br>
    SFC is a System File Checker designed to replace any system files that are corrupted or accidentally deleted. The drawback to that command is that you need a Windows disk for your pc and not manufacturer's system restore discs.<br>

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    kevin_parker

    You can try one of two things to start with.

    Try booting into safe mode
    On starting your pc hold down the F8 key you should be taken to a menu to boot in safe mode.
    When you get to the logon screen select the Administrator account.

    If you cant do that take you Hard drive out and put it in your mates pc or another pc if you have one and transfer the files that way.

    These will only work If your hard drive is not faulty.

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    0 Votes
    Ron K.

    Insert the Windows CD go to Start\Run and type in sfc.exe /scannow<br>
    SFC is a System File Checker designed to replace any system files that are corrupted or accidentally deleted. The drawback to that command is that you need a Windows disk for your pc and not manufacturer's system restore discs.<br>