Internet troubleshooting turned up this problem as related to a virus (Windows XP Security?) that attacks the Registry. Let me explain my steps and how I finally solved this problem. it will fail... I will consider the clean install which will take some time to gather all resources, and consider this problem closed, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Maurice Source
Why don't you try and find a solution instead of spewing your bullshit all over here and acting like a complete bafoon. I’m struggling now with that log in – log off loop and frankly it’s killing my nerves. Is there a different way to access/change the registry after removing the HD? So I unchecked it and am waiting to see if that works. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - nope, didn't work by jason_maxham · 9 years ago In reply to i'll try
Report lensman- Apr 28, 2009 at 08:04 AM Worked a treat. what I suggest you to do is : PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU SCAN YOUR WHOLE HARD DRIVE WITH THE LATEST VIRUSES DEFINITION FILES. Steps for rectifying this problem: Log on to a networked computer. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
Please make attention over the fields where you used Khmer language – even google translate couldn’t help me understand what’s written Once again – GREAT BLOG ! ឆ្លើយតប me | First I used knoppix to check whether userinit.exe exists in C:/windows/system32, it was there. I used mini PE, copy userinit.exe from my computer and copy to my friend computer as userinitnew.exe. Windows Xp Keeps Logging Off Report iceover- Apr 30, 2009 at 05:31 PM hello I know this was last year but if I can log in how to I get to these steps.
Cheers! I ran the software which detected and removed the virus however when I log in now the system automatically log me back out. will work. my site The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
Report Thuso- May 19, 2009 at 09:32 AM Just extract the userini.ex_ from your XP installation CD to c drive then copy the file back to c:\windows\system32 step1: expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ C:\ Windows 7 Logs Off Immediately After Login Domain Is it E:You have to type in something likex:\frst.exeat the command prompt.If C is the hard drive with Windows, and D is the CD drive, and if E is the USB I've tried the Safe Mode and the Networking Mode, but it wouldn't log me into my admin account either. Top Ratedចំណេះដឹងល្អៗ Fix Windows auto logoff after login Unhide Folder after Clean Viruses Fixing No Run, No Search,No Shutdown.. របៀបដោះ Password ឯកសារ Word-Exel ពេលមេរោគចូល ប្រកាសពេញនិយម Orkida English-Khmer Dictionary Best way
I also tried to repair it using windows xp but it doesn't do anything. https://moniroth.wordpress.com/2009/03/04/best-way-to-fix-windows-xp-auto-log-off-after-login/ Update it. Windows Xp Automatically Logs Off Select the HKEY_USERS hive 3. Windows Xp Logon Logoff Loop Fix and if he company can't solve it?
Example: Set it's data as follows: C:\Windows\System32\Userinit.exe, Note: If there is no Userinit.exe existed on your system, Please use the windows CD to copy it back as my previous post said. The photo above was taken in Vietnam last year although you can't really tell because of my big face in the way. :) If you've had enough of this techie stuff When you are prompted to do so, type the Administrator password. have a peek here A malware infected registry can cause this harmless but annoying problem where Windows immediately logs off straight after logging on.
I suppose my system is "too crippled' at this point. Windows 7 Logging Off Automatically Report lolzors- Apr 16, 2009 at 09:31 AM If you're going to waste your time calling someone a buffoon, at least spell it right numbnuts. Report kacorsen- Nov 16, 2009 at 07:12 PM Hi, I dont know if you use this anymore, but I cant find my system recovery disc, is there any other way to
Hoping to learn and share some IT knowledge from yall. Thank you, Report Prasanna- Feb 1, 2010 at 08:33 AM Remotely connecting to registry and adjusting the values worked for me..... I only have a flash drive with me. Bartpe I found a Windows XP CD.
It's right here :) You can connect with me too - there's a whole lot of different ways to connect on the left. Thanks, Heather Report usmc0211› Def.Confused - Dec 21, 2009 at 08:57 AM how did you resolve the issue with your laptop my wifes is doing the same thing and I feel Generated Sat, 18 Mar 2017 07:14:34 GMT by s_hv1055 (squid/3.5.23) An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Check This Out I didn't understand the option of copy it frm other system.
I see everyone thinks your post works but I don't understand wher you put this propt into? I get to the xp logon screen, insert my password and it logs right off. Thank you!!! You know what to do with that address, don't you?
C:\windows\system32\config>exit Now hit the F8 key and boot into safe mode. If you find a GOOD solution: [email protected] Report Paddy- Mar 3, 2009 at 04:36 AM I have tried this and when I type in the "copy userinit.exe wsaupdater.exe" part (without the Finally I used an unix regedit tool to check the registry (used 2nd option under http://www.raymond.cc/... at noon today when I woak up to get on it it had restarted.
Please type in each of the following bold lines, pressing ENTER after each one. Browse to your Windows installation drive C:\Windows\System32\Config\ 4.