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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by jinxy, Oct 27, 2011.

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  1. jinxy

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    hi all my work computor has just started doing this
    getting to the account scren logging on with a flash
    of desktop then imeadiatly logging off,
    any one herd of this before, if so do you have a fix
    thanks
    j
     
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    was getting into safe mode but know cant
     
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    i have done the recovery thing it says which windows would i
    like to repair so i type 1 then it asked for a admin pass word
    which has been disabled through bois,
    it then says
    C:\WINDOWS
    j
     
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    So what's the problem?
     
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    ok see what you mean,
    how do you type the comand for
    the cd drive in this case it H,
    done the Dir userinit.exe says file not found
    now i have to copy the files from my windows CD
    how do i do that
    j
     
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    i have the C:\WINDOWS
    then the ^ thing do i type it after that
    or do i have to change the drive letter first
    j
     
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    You simply type the bold command after the C:\WINDOWS.
    The copy command itself specifies which drive letter to use.
     
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    is this what i need to type then
    H:\Windows\ServicesPackFiles\i386\userinit.ex_ userinit.exe
    j
     
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    Yes.
     
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    it keeps saying bad comand, i am a bit green at this stuff sorry
    j
     
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    ok i forgot to type copy
    can you type out exactly what i need
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    copy J:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\userinit.ex_ userinit.exe
     
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    THEN type

    copy userinit.exe wsaupdater.exe
    copy userinit.exe winlogon86.exe
    exit
     
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