Cannot Log Off Window Xp
from there you can do basic command line level stuff like copy the d:\i386\userinit.ex_ to your c:\windows\system32. In the text, you wrote "unix regedit tool as above", I just can not find it from your hyperlink. Cleaned a large portion of the drive using an external USB adapter and another PC (NIS and Malwarebytes found several viruses/trojans, etc), then regular booting had the same issue. the expand command worked.
Are you a data center professional? Type exit to quit Recovery Console. As to the sound issue, that was a HUGE problem with WIndows 98 shutdown, I can't say that I've seen it in XP though. ~Candy~, May 7, 2008 #8 [emailprotected] What physical evidence exists that shows motor proteins "walking" within a cell?
Report Haroon› SNoWDoGG - Mar 21, 2009 01:20AM I've tried the userinit.ex_ solution, bu the system shot back with no disk in d: drive and when I tried to open the View all 6 comments Report south- Feb 18, 2009 11:01PM I'm having these same logon/logoff loop issues but because I can't access the system files (or any part of the drive) Why? Report ab- May 21, 2009 03:58AM i edit the registry c:\windows\system32\userinit.exe to c:\windows\system32\explorer.exe now after restart the laptop I can't log on when I am trying to login it go to
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thnax a lot Report infinity- Mar 22, 2009 04:06AM if windows is not open, then how to run regedit command to rectify this problem Report shri- Mar 23, 2009 02:25PM Hi Follow 7 answers 7 Report Abuse Are you sure you want to delete this answer? I am having the same "file cannot be specified" error after copy userinit.exe wasupdater.exe Report raj- Feb 24, 2009 07:21AM mate, have you able to fix your problem me too getting http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-update/xp-wont-log-off-shutdown-or-restart/62614c8a-4970-4a87-97b7-7649e869a3f3 I tried to change the values in REGEDIT (both values) but still problem remains.
Why aren't interactions between molecules of an ideal gas and walls of container negligible? will work. Report Shwapon- Sep 24, 2009 03:55AM Dear sir, in the Registry editor file menu I can't see "connect remote registry" but there is "connect network registry" After I connect network registry Helpful +1 Report max_Jhon Feb 7, 2009 01:34AM Thanks for all the help on this issue.
Log In or Register to post comments Please Log In or Register to post comments. You must have taken some authorisation(s) away for the main-user. And it always had before. What makes matters worse is that it is doing the same thing in safe mode and my computer won't stay logged on long enough to find a fix/solution.
thanks for the help though, I really do wonder what was wrong there.... I'd experiment unchecking whatever is there, then add things back one by one until you can replicate the shut down problem. I found a Windows XP CD. When quoting error messages, they should be wrapped in quotes for clarity.
Then I tried to copy an userinit.exe / explorer.exe of my pc to this pc but this did not solve the problem. and...... Atleast now I can get in to windows really quick and get my files and then reformat the drive. Forum SolvedWindows XP SP3 2016 ,I can't log on,the computer resets(or reboot) solution SolvedCANT find/log on with a new user account after deleting Ntuser.dat from my pc solution Windows 7 Invalid
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Sorry to ask dumb questions when you all sound you know what you are doing and I am bumbling around like an idiot. I think some process is looking for a network resource.
So I updated my norton and tried to fix it but now I have the auto log off.
Click Start, Run and type REGEDIT. Helpful +1 Report galatic Feb 16, 2009 11:19AM Many thanks It works fine. How can I figure out which process is not listening to the shutdown command? But now when I started my computer it logs in on its own, and I get an error message taht I Was unable to copy and paste here.
It makes my mom and dad happy for the minute. Report KP- Mar 21, 2009 05:16PM You're an idiot, Rodes. I grab Windows in Safe Mode ? What now?
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 http://windowsxp.mvps.org/peboot.htm 5) Added Shell and Winlogon information to Registry keys (as the antivirus had removed them altogether) Under HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon Shell=explorer.exe Userinit = C:\windows\system32\userinit.exe, (don't forget the , at the end) Browse other questions tagged windows-xp user-accounts thinkpad or ask your own question. I've tried in both modes Normal & Safe but no luck View all 7 comments Report bongo- Dec 7, 2008 02:56AM You might want to try the fix that is mentioned
Oh I also have all the setting in "user accounts" enabled for switching users and the welcome screen.