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As i logon the sysem it automatically logoff

My system ok but problem is that as i log on to the system it give message loding your personal setting than in seconds logging off

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Boot up the pc but keep pressing F8, this will start you in safe mode screen. When the options come up choose last known good configuration and let it reboot. You should now get into windows, if not then the system files will need repairing using you XP cd, so you will need to set your bios by pressing F2 or Del on boot up, select advanced cmos settings and change your cdrom to first boot device and then save and exit, insert your cd then when prompted hit enter to boot from cd. When the installation files have installed press R for repair and not install as none of your files or docs or settings will be lost if you just press R for repair

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