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Windows Product Activation

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by sawyer_booster, Mar 22, 2010.

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  1. sawyer_booster

    sawyer_booster Thread Starter

    Mar 22, 2010

    When i start my pc it show logon dialog even before this it doesn't. Whether i logon with user or administrator i get the same error. it said "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc000001d). Click on OK to terminate the application ".I also cannot use CTRL+ALT+DEL key combination. There is nothing except blue background when normal and black when safe mode. i recently update adobe reader. i also uninstall k-lite codec pack and reinstall k-lite mega codec pack without reboot in the first place. I use norton antivirus. I had already try using windows xp cd by copy explorer.exe to the windows.

    Now, the problem had solved by using Hiren Boot CD v 10.2 by restore to the previous system check point.

    However, i get new error when restart. The tittle show"Windows Product Acivation". It said "A problem is preventing Windows from accurately checking the license fo this computer. Error code:0x8004005".

    When I start windows in safe mode with networking, I get the same problem. But, this time I was shown with the user account icon. When I click each user account (User @Administrator), the previous 'activation' error shown.
    This mean I can log on while in safe mode only. One more thing the start menu disappear and only the desktop icon was shown. I can run the task manager and browse My Computer, but I do not know what to do. Besides, it took very long for my windows to show the safe mode windows. Please help. THanks in advance.
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