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An error that indicates that my current profile is corrupted when I tried to login to

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by john_1234, Jul 25, 2010.

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    john_1234 Thread Starter

    Jul 25, 2010
    I got and error when I tried to lo-gin to my PC with Microsoft windows XP professional SP2; The error said something similar to ( that system can not load my current profile , and that this problem might be because my current profile is corrupted or that this is a security issue) , and there was a timer for 30 seconds and after that the system displayed a box which indicated the system is reconfiguring my settings(internet explorer setting, etc) , and after that my background image where changed and most of the icons on the desktop were removed, so I restarted my PC then i keep clicking on F5 button ,and then i selected to reload to the last known configuration ,, and after that every thing went well and I got all the icons and my background image were returned back to the old one ,,, but my question is might my computer be infected with a virus or something like this, or this error is related to a technical problem, baring in mind that the problem did not occur again till now?
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