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Read this post and tried everything including clearing the cookies. No subfolder, No http:// Try it. Jan 12 '08 #8 reply P: 1 futuremacuser A user has a Dell Dimension 4600 running XP Pro. Send bitcoins 12YYK5Yed3CMKUpUMBsmrzYE1B7oPH8zRC If you would like to receive a confirmation email, please send me an email mentioning your bitcoin address or the amount. Source

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Windows Xp Auto Logoff Problem

So, what's the tool to edit regedit? Upon a successful completion, this folder and files are deleted automatically. Join our site today to ask your question. When you get to the logon screen select the Administrator account.

more clear instructions on how to replace it would be helpful so here's what happened to me last night. AmbrNewlearner Oct 4 '08 #37 reply 100+ P: 176 harshadd Hello, Yeah....that is what I want. COPY USERINIT.EXE WSAUPDATER.EXE but I get the error The system cannot find the file specified. Computer Logs Off Immediately After Login Windows 7 Had the same issue during my login.

I guess this is just a php related problem/bug with ISII. This is the admin account by default and is identified with uid=1 in the users table. Login to post comments Access rights? check that Just uncheck the box that says something about showing the welcome screen after the screensaver activates.

Thanks Waqar! Windows Xp Keeps Logging Off So I did. If not then check them now in my previous reply. I'm having the same problems as everyone else.

Windows Xp Auto Logoff After Inactivity

I needed BartPE (god bless Bart!) to make it work, but it did. If deleting Config.msi doesnot helps, tell me............... Windows Xp Auto Logoff Problem I'm glad you found the guide useful. Windows Xp Logon Logoff Loop Fix f1shnch1ps commented May 21, 2007 at 5:02am Thank you thank you thank you.

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 this contact form Like others, I'm amazed that this thread is so long-running. Thank you for illuminating the missing file! Finally I used an unix regedit tool to check the registry (used 2nd option under http://www.raymond.cc/... Windows Xp Logs Off Immediately After Logging In

  1. After hours of searching I realised the userinit.exe had been removed somehow and I just replaced it with one from here http://www.f-prot.com/support/files/win-xp-sp2-de/userinit.exe and it restarted perfectly!
  2. When I click on my user icon to log back on, I can watch the text under the icon say "loading your personal settings" (or something like that) and then suddenly
  3. it says it cant find the file...

so I am going to do step 7 followed by step 2 verry soon. Report pillbug- May 18, 2009 at 02:26 PM Ain't work for me, I'm trying to enter CD SYSTEM32 (to start Recovery console) and does not allow me to enter except first This fixed worked for me (Drupal 5.1 and PHP 5.2), but it would be nice to understand why this problem exists... have a peek here extract first then copy the extracted userinit.exe.

and that also means I open Other files using MS Photoeditor as well as other pict viewers. Windows 7 Logs Off Immediately After Login Domain Anyone with this problem needs to check this out... If anyone has a clue, i've enabled clean urls and still the same problem! --- MultipleX www.hambastegimeli.com Don't click this link if you don't know Farsi!

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I used 2nd Repiar option to fixed my problem and today I realised that this was most probably because of disabled "userinit.exe" . Log in or register to post comments crazy, but I turned off ad bl gunner commented August 27, 2004 at 4:02pm crazy, but I turned off ad blocking, and it allows All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Disable Auto Logoff Windows Xp And after it finished, I sorted all files with Modified Date, and Created Date...

ckclarke commented April 16, 2006 at 6:59pm Was able to log in using Firefox and then suddenly not IE, but then also found that using IE on another machine with an so I came on conclusion that it is not related to problem I am facing. Note that you must be in the c:\windows directory to type this command (this is the default directory in the Recovery Console) The second parameter on the expand commandline tells it Check This Out this is a bummer, otherwise my first experience creating (but not administering) a drupal website was grand till now.

Oh please. Oct 3 '08 #33 reply Expert 2.5K+ P: 4,988 RedSon may contains so many things which are not legal to use. Later!! i was able to login with your site by creating an account...

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