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Boot up in safe mode. Start -> run -> sysedit.
De-select all items on bootup. Now reboot. If that works, then re-run the utility, check one thing at a time, reboot, and test. Keep going until you find the culprit -- then remove that item.
Another easy fix, depending on your version, is to run system restore and bring it back to a point in which it worked. Start-programs-accessories-system tools/system restore
hope that helps.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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