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Try booting into Safe Mode and logging onto the Administrator profile. Have the pc turned off, turn it on and keep tapping the F8 key until you get a black screen with different bootup options. Choose "Safe Mode" and now you will see the hidden Administrator account. Log into that, click "Yes" on the pop-up window and then click "Start" and then "Control Pannel". Go to the User accounts. Locate the profile with the bad password and then click to "Remove Password". After that is done reboot the pc again normaly and now you can log into that profile you want.
1- Boot up form the CD 2- Windows installer will start loading some files to your hard drive, when it finishes go for "To set up Windows XP now, press ENTER" so press ENTER 3- Press F8 to accept the License Agreement 4- Now Windows installer will search for installed Windows OSes on your hard drive and should find yours and lists it at the bottom, highlight it, then press R
Wait for the repair process to finish. I hope this solves your problem.
Never nice to see the blue screen. What is the status of your PC, does it still reboot? If so, press F8 after BIOS boot before it start windows. From there go to safe mode and execute a virus scan first.
After this shut down and restart pc again.
1) Strart windows in safe mode, generaly by pressing the F8 key during startup process
2) When in safe mode click START, click RUN, type REGEDIT
3) When in REGEDIT browse HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFOT\WINDOWSNT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON\NOTIFY
4) When in the NOTIFY sub-directory delete WGALOGON and all of its contents
6) Start Windows normaly
##As you can see the Nagging messages did not appear
7) Click My Computer, C:\ , WINDOWS, System32, (C:\WINDOWS\System32)
8) When in the System32 sub-directory delete wgatray.exe and wgatray.dll
Click On Start---> Run---> MSCONFIG---> click on BOOT.INI --> Then Click On Safe Boot --> Click Apply And Click Ok---> Restart Your system u'll get what u want.......... Temme If u need any help in virus removal...
Hi! The first thing to do is reboot your computer with the windows xp installation cd. After that select the REPAIR option. This will open a command prompt windows D.O.S. type. Execute the following command:
chkdsk c: /r
It will take a while to finish.
When it is done, type EXIT to reboot your computer.
If this doesn't work your probably will have to reformat your computer and star over.
this will either relate to a hard disk fault or a corrupt driver or registry file, if you cannot get into safe mode, or last known good configuration, you may have to run a windows repair using your XP cd