Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
Says logging in then automatically says logging off password is right i have no ideas what the problem is any solutions?
I'm sorry to say that it sounds like the win32 trojan virus.
Try to boot up in safe mode by restarting your PC and hitting F8, this will take you to a sub menu, choose "safe mode" log in if it lets you and choose "system restore" take the PC back to a date before this happened.
If you cannot get into safe mode then the virus has destroyed the operating system and you will have to recover the system.
Post back if you need any more assistance.
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