That means I can open these files using Preview or any other picture viewer. Is it just right clciking the drive that starts the Windows installer or do you right click first and select some other option such as [explore] or [open]? 2. Thanks a lot :-) Report emy- Jul 25, 2009 11:20PM hi there.. This issue was documented clearly by Lavasoftusa in it's Lavahelp Knowledgebase. http://jscience.net/windows-7/virus-on-startup-windows-7.html
My problems started when my server lost power (win2k3 ent version) and when it came back up it was wigging out (things acting up and not responding to inputs) so I the problem I'm having right now is that I don't have a windows xp cd available around me and this system has to work sometime soon. Thanks, Heather Report usmc0211› Def.Confused - Dec 21, 2009 08:57AM how did you resolve the issue with your laptop my wifes is doing the same thing and I feel like I Type-in the built-in Administrator password to enter the Console.
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Restart again and boot from Offline XP password and Registry editor CD. Won’t it then be wanting the credentials that the other computer expects to logon? Uygunsuz içeriği bildirmek için oturum açın. Windows Xp Logon Logoff Loop Fix I started working with the repair disk and may have made it worse.
This, wsaupdater.exe, seems to be the most widely seen culprit, but it could potentially be other things, too. pls see that. Lovely.Boot from last good settings: Same- login, background, logout.Alternate Safe Modes: (Networking support and something else that wasn't Command prompt) SameBoot from Dell's provided XP Disc: I switched up the device try to create a partition of ur hard drive, enough space to install a new windows XP OS into it(approx 1.5GB) 5.Install windows XP os(any windows xp OS pro,home,etc) 6.
it doesn't seem to work. Windows 7 Logging Off Automatically Düşüncelerinizi paylaşmak için oturum açın. Below is what I did (hope it helps) Use the Windows XP disk, at the welcome screen press r for recovery As the user had changed the drives it took a Thanks.....
I am looking forward to a solution to this problem and I hope to find some solution to this problem soon..... Sanix April 13, 2009 @ 3:01 am Baily I think then you have to attach your hard drive to another system which is running properly and copy the file to the Computer Logs Off Immediately After Login Windows 7 But registry tools included in that CD are not of that kind. Windows Xp Auto Logoff This took me 2 days get around to this problem A very big thanks Jason June 25, 2009 @ 7:47 pm Ahmed Ehtesham Zaedi May 21st, 2009 at 12:34 pm XPLogonLogoffLoopProblemSolution
and finally started my system. this content Capture Date Discussion Wow, 2 Comments! I did a safe mode logon (which worked fine!), then did a system restore to a previous state, but when I tried to logon, it again went into the loop. press F8 to accept agreement then if repair function is available, try it..but if u already do, then skip to it. 4. Windows 7 Logs Off Immediately After Login Domain
please advise how to solve it? Bu videoyu Daha Sonra İzle oynatma listesine eklemek için oturum açın Ekle Oynatma listeleri yükleniyor... Start PC, and during logon, press shift key 5 times, command prompt will appear. http://jscience.net/windows-7/windows-7-hang-on-startup.html Q: why didn’t i just copied 1 from my windows OS CD?
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Now I can finally get some GD work done. will that work ? Works great now. -That’s my experience, individual results may vary =) -G Nando in Miami October 16, 2009 @ 7:29 am Just fix the log on log off loop problem. Windows 7 Logon Logoff Loop Windows XP Logs In Then Immediately Logs Off Started by Becca , Apr 08 2005 09:09 AM Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 Next » Please log in to reply
Just post the output of "DIR /a c:\" here. am sorry but am not plagarizing ur work or solution..the solution i made just popped out of my mind when i was reading something in the net. PinkF2000 5.971 görüntüleme 0:35 Daha fazla öneri yükleniyor... check over here PS: I also like Linux but can't get proper volume ......do it switches me back to windows........
If the problem persists, follow with the solution 2. Unhide all the hidden files and important OS files (I hope you to know how to do this). Report girisusee- Aug 11, 2009 10:01AM This is due to some virus.when you reach the welcome screen of XP press "Alt+Ctrl+Delete" or "Ctrl+Shift+Esc". c:\AHCache 5.
which makes me feel reinstalling entire system on LINUX + vmware server on it, and then XP on VMware as a virtual machine. AmbrNewlearner Oct 2 '08 #30 reply 100+ P: 176 harshadd Hello, Does that mean that you are unable to open .JPG files with any other photo editor too? The file was deleted by the antivirus, but the registry key wasn't fixed: hence the autologoff behaviour... by giving the following command; “expand CD:\i386\userinit.ex_ C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe" b) reboot the computer. —————————– This solution worked for me, but i believe some people are most likely misunderstanding the instructions on what
You'll see the prompt reading C:\Windows (Or any other drive-letter where you've installed XP) Type the following command and press Enter.CD SYSTEM32(If that does not work, try CHDIR SYSTEM32)COPY USERINIT.EXE WSAUPDATER.EXEQuit EDIT: Ah....I just forgot to add that Offline password and registry editor runs over linux kernel and so in this case too it is linux that saves our system. I was expecting to find something like autorun.inf in the root of your drive but could not find something like that :( If I find something I will notify in this At the movement i deleted the partitons that rightclick problems was stopped.
Or if both machine machine connection to same wireless internet connection ? when i log on windows, it automatically logs off.. After which i have the issue being discussed here. Solution 2: (Virus Attacks Likely) The logon process is initiated by a file called userinit.exe which is located in System32 directory.
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