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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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Re: as i logon the sysem it automatically logoff

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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On startup and closedown the normal sound effects do not now play.can you computer is windows xp.

Are all the sounds except your LogOn & LogOff sounds ok? If this is the fact, then all you need to do is to change the sound theme. To do this, right click on the volume tray icon on the task bar and select the "sound properties" and select "sounds". Now select "Windows Default" and click on apply and press ok. But if your sound theme is already "Windows Default", then it may be a problem of system file missing.

Hope this helps,


Apr 21, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition


Auto logon in Windows 7

You can use automatic logon to log on to your Windows 7
without having to type a user name or password.
(With automatic logon you will not see this anymore)


Configure Windows 7 to auto logon a specific user:

1. Open the Start Menu>All programs>Accessories>Run
(When you open this copy it) control userpasswords2
click the OK button.


2. Click on the user account name,
that you want to have automatically log on to highlight it.
Uncheck the Users must enter a user name and password
to use this computer box.
click the OK button.


3. If the listed box blank - unchecked.
Click on the user account name,
that you want to have automatically log on to highlight it.
click the OK button.


4. In the Password field, enter the selected user account's password.
If the user account does not have a password, then leave this field empty.
click the OK button.


5. Restart your system, and you’re automatically logged in to Windows 7.

on Jan 26, 2010 | Operating Systems

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Windows R pressing then your administror contact message coming what to do

Logoff from the "limited user" account.
Logon as 'Administrator'.
Use the 'Windows-R' to open the "Run" dialog-window.

Oct 07, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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How do I logon as administer


The built-in Administrator account is hidden from Welcome Screen when a user account with Administrator privileges exists and enabled. In Windows XP Home Edition, you can login as built-in Administrator in Safe Mode only. For XP Professional, press CTRL + ALT + DEL twice at the Welcome Screen and input your Administrator password in the classic logon window that appears.
To have the Administrator account displayed in the Welcome Screen, try one of these methods:
Method 1: Using TweakUI Power Toy for Windows XP Download TweakUI from here: v2.00 for Windows XP | v2.10 for XP SP1 and above
Open TweakUI and click "Logon" option in the left pane. Put a checkmark against the option "Show Administrator on Welcome Screen". Click OK to close TweakUI. Logoff and see if Welcome Screen lists Administrator login. Changes are immediate and you can use the Winkey + L to switch back to Welcome Screen to see Administrator account is listed.
Use this procedure to hide/unhide any user account from the Welcome Screen. Please remember, you can still login to a hidden account using CTRL+ALT+DEL classic logon method, but cannot Fast User Switch to a hidden user account.
Method 2 - Manual registry edit
  • Click Start, Run and type Regedit.exe
  • Navigate to the following key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ Winlogon \ SpecialAccounts \ UserList
  • Use the File, Export option to backup the key
  • Create a new DWORD Value named Administrator
  • Double-click Administrator, and set 1 as its data
  • Exit the Registry Editor.
For Windows XP Home Edition While you can configure Windows XP Home Edition to show Administrator account in the Welcome Screen, you cannot login as Administrator in Normal mode. Visit the following link for more information:
Error Message: Unable to Log You on Because of an Account Restriction

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May 20, 2010 | Operating Systems

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Log on/off windows XP home edition

I think you should have been little more clear about your question.
I think you might be facing the problem with logon and logoff .
If the Icons are not displayed in the start menu. Then follow the steps below.
Right click the start
select properties
in this pop up menu click on Classic start menu.
Then click on customise icon.
in this list check(select) the log off text.
click ok
again click Apply and Ok.
Now you go to start and see there would be a log off icon in start menu.

Nov 19, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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When a click the logon icon instead of logon to the desktop it just log off. It keeps doing the same for my windows xp computer even if i try to install higher version of windows xp this problem keeps on...

It sounds like this logon/logoff loop problem is created by malware installed on your system. Please see this link and determine if the symptoms described there match your experience. If so, you can follow the steps outlined in that article to remove the offending program. Otherwise, have a look here.& here
I also recommend using these malware removal protocols to cleanse your system of malware that has been inadvertently installed on your computer.
MBAM will clear problems you didn't even know you had.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

May 10, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Application Error

How to Repair this SVCHOST.EXE error
After some investigating into the 0X745f2780 SVCHOST error, it became apparent the problem is a corrupted Windows Update in Windows XP. Follow the steps below to fix this error.

Verify Windows Update Service Settings
  • Click on Start, Run and type the following command in the open box and click OK


  • Find the Automatic Updates service and double-click on it.
  • Click on the Log On Tab and make sure the "Local System Account" is selected as the logon account and the box for "allow service to interact with desktop" is UNCHECKED.
  • Under the Hardware Profile section in the Log On Tab, make sure the service is enabled.
  • On the General Tab, the Startup Type should be Automatic, if not, drop the box down and select Automatic.
  • Under "Service Status" on the General tab, the service should be Started, click the Start button enable it.
  • Repeat the steps above for the service "Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS)"
Re-Register Windows Update DLLs
  • Click on Start, Run, and type CMD and click ok
  • In the black command window type the following command and press Enter


  • Wait until you receive the "DllRegisterServer in WUAPI.DLL succeeded" message and click OK
  • Repeat the last two steps above for each of the following commands:


Mar 30, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Logon issue in a domain trust - Win 2003

Are you logging in through terminal services? If so you need to give the user "allow logon through terminal services" permission in group policy.

Otherwise you need to give the user "allow logon locally" permission on the domain controller.

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Automatic program start-up not wanted on my computer

Click on Start, the run. In the box type in msconfig.

Click on the startup tab. Uncheck each program you do not want to start up with your computer. Keep in mind that some items are required for startup for windows so don't uncheck anything you are not sure of.

Exit and restart. Once it restarts you'll get a message just click ok to exit out of that message and those programs will no longer start up with your computer.

Thanks and please take a brief moment to give this solution a rating of fixya.

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Logon problem

try to replace tour keyboard, if the problem still occurs, run tyour computer using the cd click repair checkdisk

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