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My window wont fully log in to the desktop. when i log in, it reaches a point where i have to click on a log in button on the screen but it does nothing but logging off and still come back to the same point. what could be the problem?

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Get yourself a virus remover and install it on the recovery menue. how to get in ur recovery menu when u boot up ur computer hit f 8 than go in to the recovery menue and install it. u can also change ur settings were u dont have to go to the log menu in the biggininghope it help a little

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