Question about Dell Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
What you are having there is a possible virus infection that caused damage to the userinit file or just a corruption to that file. What you could do there is to try and do first a test wether you could first logon in safe mode with networking. If you can then try and do a system restore to an earlier date. If you are still having the same problem try to disable some startup items in the msconfig in safe mode. Now if you could not logon even in safe mode then the best thing to do is to go to the recovery console by running your windows installation disk and clicking on repair. From there try to replace the userinit file and reboot. If all fails... then the best thing to do is to do a full operating system reinstallation. If you need to recover files.. It would be best to take your system to a local technician to recover your files first then do an operating system reinstallation.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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