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Windows is in a coma. userinit.dll refuses to load when xp home boots up (splash screen ok then dialog box alert) i have cd part code 409456-022 but that requires windows to be working, i need a fix for the level above that....

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Reinstall the Operating system......................Sameeraryan

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Missing user32.dll


User32.dll errors come from issues inside Windows that involve the User32.dll file. This file contains important information regarding graphics details for objects such as dialog boxes. When there is an issue with the file, there will be problems when using other programs that use dialog boxes and other pop-up windows. Normally, a quick Windows update will solve all errors and problems.

Click the "Start" button and then "Run." This will open the "Run" window. Type in "wupdmgr". This will open Windows Update. It will now scan the computer to detect any necessary updates that are available from Microsoft. Turn on automatic updates by clicking "Start" again, followed by "All Programs," then "Windows Update." Select "Change Settings"; then select "Include recommended updates when downloading, installing, or notifying me about updates." Click "OK" and everything will be set. Windows will download the necessary update and install it to correct the User32.dll errors Hope this helps.

Jan 21, 2013 | Acer Aspire One Netbook

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I cant log in


there is a virus in your system which corrupts a registry of the files userinit.exe and explorer.exe.
Its better to format or to repair:
So the problems is After you clean the viruses you won't be able to log on to your windows desktop. I think here is the best ways to fix it:
Step 1: Create a BartPe Bootable CD
" BartPE" (Bart Preinstalled Environment) is the bootable Windows CD-Rom or DVD from the original Windows XP that we can say Live CD that, very suitable for PC maintenance tasks.
To built it by ur selves please go to : http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/ to download the PeBuilder latest version and read the instruction to built your own bootable CD.
Step 2: Verifying and fixing the Userinit.ext
1. Insert the BartPE CD into the drive, and boot the system from the CD. Once the file loading phase is over, the Bart PE desktop will be visible.
2. Type Regedit.exe in the prompt, and press Enter. Select the HKEY_USERS hive
3. From the File menu, choose the Load Hive option. Browse to your Windows installation drive C:\Windows\System32\Config\
4. Select the file named SOFTWARE (the file without any extensions), and click Open
bartpe4.png
5. Type a name for the hive that you've loaded now. (Example: MYHOUSE)
6. Now the SOFTWARE hive is loaded, and present under the HKEY_USERS base hive.
7. In order to fix the Userinit value in the loaded hive, navigate to the following location:
HKEY_USERS \ MYHOUSE\ Microsoft \ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ Winlogon
8. Double-click Userinit and set it's value correctly. Example: Set it's data as follows:
C:\Windows\System32\Userinit.exe,

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PCCLINIC KANPUR

Sep 12, 2011 | PC Laptops

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When my computer is turned on it shows the blue login page, when i click on the login icon, it goes to log-in but logs out automatically by itself.


Hello jwbandit402,

Try booting the computer into "Safe Mode" by pressing the F8 key at startup and see if it will continue with the login process. If not try performing a "Repair Installation" with your Windows Install disc to repair any corrupted system files that may be keeping you from logging in.

Hope this helps. Don't forget to leave feedback. Thank you.

Feb 24, 2010 | Toshiba Tecra A8-S8514 Notebook

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Computer loads personal settings and then logs off instantly


Sounds like a malware issue I've seen before:

XP logs user off immediately when the user tries to log in - can't get to any desktop

Allegedly 3rd party advertising software Blazefind (homepage and searchbar highjacker)

Fix:

Boot to the Windows XP CD (RAID systems will need the RAID driver floppy during the bootup - hit the F6 key when directed in the bottom message).

Enter the Recovery Console by choosing 'R' at the Welcome to Setup screen.

Choose the OS shown (1) and hit enter.

Hit enter for a blank password if asked for one. If this isn't accepted, make sure that the user is using the correct XP CD (using a PRO version CD for a HOME version install or visa versa will result in a password rejection. If the user has upgraded to PRO over a HOME edition, try booting the HOME CD). If the CD is correct, and the user can't produce the correct Administrator password, then a clean reinstall of the OS (with full data loss) becomes the final answer.

Assuming the user now sees a command prompt, type "CD %systemroot%\system32" (without quotes) and hit ENTER. Normally the %systemroot% default is "c:\windows\" but this depends on if the system defaults were kept or changed during OS installation, of course.

Type "COPY USERINIT.EXE WSAUPDATER.EXE" (again, without quotes) and hit ENTER. This makes a copy of "userinit.exe" and simultaneously names the new copy "wsaupdater.exe".

Type "EXIT" and ENTER. Remove the XP CD while the system is restarting.

The user should now be able to log in normally... but there is one more thing that needs to be done or the issue will repeat itself when the user runs his anti-spyware program again.

Once logged into an administrator account, click the START button.

Choose RUN from the Start Menu.

Enter "REGEDT32" in the OPEN window (notice there is no "i" in edit) and click OK.

By clicking on the + signs next to each branch, click through the tree in the left pane until you get to

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS NT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON

Click on the WINLOGON folder in the left pane tree, so that it is highlighted.

Look for "UserInit" in the right pane. It should have a value of "C:\WINDOWS\system32\wsaupdater.exe," (yes, there is a comma at the end of the value). Double-click on "UserInit" and carefully change its value to "C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe,". Click OK.

Close the Registry Editor. Reboot. Fix is complete. Anti-spyware programs will probably identify and remove "wsaupdater.exe" but the system is no longer using it.

Jan 27, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook

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When i turn on my computer it loads up and everything but it just go right back to the windows xp page so im not able to do anything what do i do ?


The most likely cause is that you either lost your USERINIT binary, or Windows is looking for it somewhere else. Both may be caused (and usually are) my a virus or malware.

The simplest solution is to run a repair install from the XP Boot CD.

If the USERINIT was simply misplaced or removed, it is possible to recover it by:

- booting the system from XP boot CD-ROM
- clicking R to enter the recovery console
- running the following command:

expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32

- as soon as the file has been expanded and copied, type "Exit" to reboot the system.


This will recover a faulty USERINIT, but won't be able to fix a wrong userinit pointer in the registry. To do that you need a repair install:

http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/How-to-repair-Windows-XP-t138.html

Jan 22, 2010 | Acer Aspire 3610 Notebook

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Bsod, error code:0x00000024, hdd problem booting xp os


Can you do this

Boot from the Windows XP CD.
Watch for a Press any key to boot from CD... message similar to the one shown above.
Press a key to force the computer to boot from the Windows CD. If you do not press a key, your PC will continue to boot to the Windows XP installation that's currently installed on your hard drive. If this happens, simply reboot and try to boot to the Windows XP CD again.
When the Windows XP Professional/Home Setup screen appears, press R to enter Recovery Console
Select your OS and enter password (if needed)
When you reach the command prompt type the following and then press Enter:
expand d:\i386\hal.dl_ c:\windows\system32\hal.dll
Using the expand command as shown above, d represents the drive letter assigned to the optical drive that your Windows XP CD is currently in. While this is most often d, your system could assign a different letter. Also, c:\windows represents the drive and folder that Windows XP is currently installed on. Again, this is most often the case but your system could be different.
If you're prompted to overwrite the file, press Y.
Take out the Windows XP CD, type exit and then press Enter to restart your PC.

Apr 24, 2009 | Sony VAIO VGN-T170P/L Notebook

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Can't log in


The repair CD that came with it doesn't need to be run from inside Windows. All you need to do is turn the machine on, and boot the machine with the CD itself (just as you would if you were installing a fresh copy of Windows).

Jan 15, 2009 | HP 510 Notebook

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Windows will not boot


When u turn on the PC enter the BIOS setting in that enter boot first from CD .............. & save the changes. When u boot again insert the recovery cd & try to recover if this also does't help go for fresh installation of Operating system..............................Sameeraryan

Jan 15, 2009 | HP 510 Notebook

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BLUE SCREEN W/ MESSAGE STOP: C000007B BAD IMAGE.


Try to look for your windows xp cd.
Turn the computer off. Restart it and start tapping f12 right after.
Insert the cd. Choose the option that says CD/CDRW/DVDRW from the screen and press enter. Watch out for a prompt that will say 'Press any key to boot from cd'. press any key as soon as you get this. If you miss it, you'll get the error again. You should get the blue windows setup screen if you caught it at the right time.
Wait until you get the 'welcome to setup' screen.
Press R.
Follow any other instructions that you may get until it gives you the C:\> prompt.
Type in bootcfg /rebuild.

Below is a listing of the common steps you are likely going to encounter.

* Prompt for the identified versions of Windows installed. When you receive this prompt press Y if the bootcfg command properly identified each of the Windows operating systems installed on the computer. It is important to realize this command will only detect Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows NT installations.

* Prompt to enter the load identifier. This is the name of the operating system for the boot.ini. For example, Microsoft Windows XP Home users would enter "Microsoft Windows XP Home edition". If you have Windowx XP pro edition, enter 'Microsoft Windows XP Professional'

* Prompt to Enter OS load options. When this prompt is received type /fastdetect to automatically detect the available options.
Then type 'exit'. and let the computer reboot. If you get two options for microsoft windows. Choose the one that says what you entered when you were in the recovery console.

If you are able to boot correctly after those steps, go to start>click run. Then type msconfig. Click ok. Click the boot.ini tab. Click 'check all boot paths'. Click ok or yes. click close and restart if prompted. You shouldn't get the prompt for two microsoft windows anymore.

Jan 02, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 1300 Notebook

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Startup issue


Ok, that rules out the problem some systems with an AMD processor have with SP3.

Before we try anything else, unplug the computer, remove the battery and leave it like this for a few minutes. But the battery back, plug it in and try it.

If that does not work you will need you windows CD.
Put it in the drive & boot to the CD
You need to press R and go to the recovery console
type chkdsk /r
If this does not work, repeat and this time type fixboot

Oct 10, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook

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