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Windows will not boot

Have you ever seen the userinit.dll failed to load error message.
it doesn't even let me get back to the log in screen to run any repair from within windows because i cant log on...

i have tried F8 option safe mode and last known good configuration but all lead back round to the same screen (can sen you a picture soon to demonstrate this problem if you like)

i have HP recovery CD p/n 409456-022 that came in the box with it but that requires that i can get into windows in order to run its repairs. i need a fix thats a level above that

please help me

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