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My computer keeps logging off after entering the password help

I have tried several times to log in and my computer continues to go to the desktop without icons and then flips to logging off

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  • darcelo Jan 31, 2009

    how do i get into safe mode?



  • darcelo Jan 31, 2009

    i cannot get into safe mode successfully

  • aap516 Feb 07, 2009

    I have the same problem I tried your solution and nothing happens, the laptop keeps logging me off.

  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2009

    same problem someone please help ..I know its a virus but I cannot find a way to stop this. I have 2 hard drives so I can see everything but my documents because password protected so I dont want to reinstall the OS.please help

  • markeverhart Mar 24, 2009

    after i log on to laptop it immediately displays the logging off message. i tried options in safe mode but unsuccessful.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2009

    my computer won't accept my password in safe mode

  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2009

    Hey I have the same problem with my laptop. My laptop keeps logging off everytime I log in! :( Is there any solution for this? If not then how can I save all the important file from the harddrive. Any ideas?

  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2009

    it keeps logging on and off and it flashes the desktop briefly. how do i fix this??

  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning May 11, 2010

    Can you get into safe mode successfully?

  • Isaac Jayabalu Oct 17, 2012

    Change your profiles or rename your profile. Now login as a new user.

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Turn off the laptop
After turning it on begin tapping the F8 key

Tell me what happens .. if you get the options select
Disable automatic restart after system failure

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1. You need to connect the infected computer to a network. Make sure that there is one computer in the network which doesn’t suffer from this problem. Now, switch on both of the computers, i.e. the infected and the working computer.
2. From the working computer, Go to Start> Run, type regedit.exe and hit enter. This will launch the registry editor.
3. Go to File> Connect Network Registry, by using this infected computer’s name or IP address.
4. Locate the following entry:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\
5. In this entry there is a key named userinit, double click on the key and set its value to “C:\WINDOWS\System32\userinit.exe,”
If the problem still persists then you need to run a repair setup. Check out for detailed instructions on running a repair setup over here.

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My computer won't let me log in, when i log in it automaticly loggs me out, i tried safe mode but i just kept coming on then off. please help

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Hi,
Boot your computer in safe mode,right click My Computer>properties>Advanced>uncheck"Automatic restart" under System Failure.
Scan your whole computer in safe mode then restart normally.

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My compaq_nx_8220, connot boot up after entering the password on the welcome window?
any advise please?

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CANNOT RESET PASSWORD


Which operating system ?????....
If you are regularly using a Windows laptop, it's always a good idea to password protect it, even if you are its sole user.
If you forget your password at any time, you will need to reset it.
You need to create a password reset disk before being able to reset your password.
If you know your password, but you just need to change it for security purpose, you can do that quickly as well.

Create Password Reset Disk

Turn on your laptop.
Insert a USB flash drive or other removable media.
This is where you will keep your password reset information.
According to Microsoft, you can only create one if you are a local user.
If your computer is on a network or domain, an administrator must reset your password.


Click the "Start" button. Click "Control Panel." Open "User Accounts and Family Safety." Click "User Accounts."


On the left-hand side, click "Create a Password Reset Disk."
Follow the instructions.
When completed, store your removable media in a safe place that you can access if you need to reset your password.

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Turn on your laptop and log in to Windows.
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Insert your password reset disk drive.

Follow the instructions in the Password Reset wizard.
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