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xp is auto logout immediately aftr login

By kkn_kumaran ·
fter I login to win xp, it was immediately logged out. it takes me to loading user preferences, then immediately to saving user settings without even showing the desktop.
It does NOT show any errors like paging file missing or virtual memory low.
Pls help me to fix this problem

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by NormH3 In reply to xp is auto logout immedia ...

Have you tried booting in safe mode???

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by kkn_kumaran In reply to xp is auto logout immedia ...

verified in safe mode also but it shows same result (it was immediately logged out. it takes me to loading user preferences, then immediately to saving user settings without even showing the desktop.) and i am not having any xp cd, pls suggest way to solve this problem.

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to xp is auto logout immedia ...

Well honestly there is no repair possible without the original Windows CD if you can not get into Windows in Safe Mode the only option left is to do a repair install.

However there are a few things to try first if possible try another Power Supply to knock out a defective Power Supply and also make sure that the Heat Sink s properly fitted to the CPU with the Fan running and that it isn't all blocked up with dust and other rubbish. If that fails go into BIOS and turn off any Power Settings and System Shutdown aspects of BIOS as a sensor may be giving a false reading and shutting things down. This generally happens if the CPU fan isn't spinning or running slowly or the the Temp Sensor on the CPU is not working properly and reading the wrong temp and throttling back on the CPU's duty cycles.

To make sure that you really do have a Windows problem download The Ultimate Boot CD from

http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/

and set the computer to boot from the CD/DVD drive and see if it works properly if it continually shuts down when booting from the CD you have a Hardware Problem and it is nothing to do with Windows but if it works perfectly you'll have to do a repair installation of Windows from the Control Panel and to do that you need a Restore CD or a Windows CD.

If you have changed something and the computer has been acting like this ever since the reboot you may be able to alter the changes that you made by fitting the drive to another computer and using it as a Slave Drive and editing the changes on the slave drive then refitting it to the original computer. But if it is something that has just happened I would first be looking for a Hardware problem and then resorting to Windows.

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Good advice, but...

by danday In reply to

That's not the prob. Reg is Currupt, and he will need to boot in safe if possible...

There is another way, switch to FC 10

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by dclanton In reply to xp is auto logout immedia ...

There may be some sort of batch file running in your startup causing this to occur. Have you checked your startup group. You can do this by going to run and typing msconfig

Hope this helps

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by gene/od In reply to xp is auto logout immedia ...

suggest you check your memory. remove your memory stick. Then reinstall 1 stick and try to reboot your system. if it boots then you know it a bad memory stick.

Or take your memory to a tech center for testing.

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by jamesmondtan In reply to xp is auto logout immedia ...

Can you boot into dos, press the f10 for boot option. try to do the scandisk see what happen.
I can't recall what i do last time but i face this before.

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by jamesmondtan In reply to

I suspect it was your motherboard having problem. Check if its capacital have any liquit.

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by little_diffrent In reply to xp is auto logout immedia ...

Well.. friend it seems your XP is unable to load user profile so do one thing Copy any user profile from another computer and rename it with your user name..ok. And another there might be virus in your system that stoped some services that are necessary to log on so you have scan your hard disk for viruses by attching your HD with any other system.. GOOD LUCK!

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