Solved: Need Help With Problem On Windows Xp Logon Screen.
Elevation Productions by musicfreakcc 277,533 views 5:51 Computer Startup Problems -Fixed- - Duration: 2:34. Report Weed- Mar 25, 2009 at 07:58 PM Hey PDUB, Well as far as I can tell I am screwed. Hope this helps. I need some data on this comp, otherwise I would say erase away. Check This Out
Sign up now. Scan your computer for viruses, again from Safe Mode. The mobo has a second IDE controller slot (where his two DVD drives are attached). Report nez- Apr 16, 2010 at 04:01 PM what key? http://ccm.net/forum/affich-18121-computer-will-not-load-past-welcome-screen
Not sure how else to explain it. I was unable to fix it so I had to hit alt+F10 during bootup so I could reset my computer. anyone know what she could do? There are a couple of ways to hit this problem – but the most common cause is because you have changed your password inside Windows XP.
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I have xp on a flash drive but can't use as wont come up. Good. Are there other files that could be causing this same effect, that I should replace along with USERINIT.exe?
Other things you can try in Safe Mode are: Running a Windows System Restore to undo recent system changes.
On a PC that has had Spybot Search and Destroy run I am getting the login loop. I have only seen it in PC's with older MB's and not in one with dual bios chips. Report iza2098- Jun 12, 2010 at 11:30 AM i dont know if this will help but my computer was doing the same thing but safe mode work I got it to Safe Mode If you choose Safe Mode on the Advanced Options Menu, Windows will attempt to start up in a special mode where only its most basic components are loaded.
Restart the computer, and it should be working. I was then able to put fresh OS on HD and blah blah blah. *Another weird thing was that my comp would shut down 3 minutes in after being cleaned....found that Restart your system Hope that helps! Reinstalling Windows If your Windows system is still not starting up correctly, you may need to consider completely re-installing your system.
Do NOT press a key to boot from CD when that message appears. http://blightysoftware.com/solved-need/solved-need-a-bios-guru-weird-problem.html Tekzilla 350,910 views 1:14 Recover Your System With Free Tools - "Ultimate Boot CD" - Duration: 9:03. A CCM membership gives you access to additional options. I cannot reformat the harddrive as I do not have the windows XP disk, I have the key, just not the disk.
Click OK. Report PDUB- Mar 16, 2009 at 03:28 PM I wasn't comfy with existing version so I actually did new install of OS on a different HD and it worked. Something totally different. http://blightysoftware.com/solved-need/solved-need-help-on-trojan-vundo-problem.html Report Will- Aug 16, 2009 at 09:30 AM I'm haveing the same problem I was wondering if you found a solution if so can you let me know.
You can use a external box or device to read the HDD and get the data off that you want to keep. This video is shot from the moment I hit the power button. When I click the LOG ON button it shows 'Windows Loding Your Personal Settings' then it will show the message 'Windows is logging off' and I end up back at the
Thanks for the help.
stressed Helpful +0 Report ashnrev Feb 9, 2009 at 09:35 PM my mom is having a similar problem with her computer. What worse, in the last couple of days trying to resolve this problem I have had 2 more computers dropped in my lap with the same problem. Tried every pw on my list. Everyone remember this.
Upon selecting the profile (there was only one) the machine would flash the desktop (no icons) and then return to the Welcome screen saying "Saving settings . . ." and then All the "#", all the "\" and \Dos keys. I took my HD out and brought it over to a friends house and did a full scan. navigate here Welcome Screen only.
Report cher› Weed - Apr 10, 2009 at 09:10 PM I have had these problems and more with pc's. I have tried a repair install of XP but it did not fix the problem. If you're having problems even getting that far, see my list of Free Bootable Antivirus Tools for some programs that will scan for viruses even without access to Windows.A virus or same issue: lost password after I tried windows 10 then reverted back to 7 pro.
Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? Shutdown problems in Windows XP are most commonly caused by what is know in computer circles as legacy hardware - old technology components and peripherals that are not Plug and Play Starting Windows with the Last Known Good Configuration will return driver and registry settings to the state they were in the last time Windows started up and shut down properly, possibly Safe Mode with Command Prompt - provides you with a command prompt instead of the graphical user interface.
Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language English Español Deutsch Français Italiano Português Nederlands Polski हिंदी Bahasa Indonesia Log In Subscribe If your computer was shutting down,but all of a sudden it won't shut down properly, or it restarts during the shutdown, if you installed any new software or device drivers, remove I could shut down, but never properly attain the desktop. Report vmishi› Weed - Sep 14, 2009 at 11:02 AM Yes, yes and again yes, its helped me.