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My medion desktop trys to log on and then logs it self off

I switch it on it loads as normal then i try to log on my user name it logs on and logs off stright away mine is the only user name i was going to go back to factory settings but dont know how to do this

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Is it a vista?
if so, try safe rebooting it, and then system restore....

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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