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My emachine won't log on to any user

After i startup, i try to select which user to log into. computer starts to log on (sounding wondows log on tune) then shows the empty desktop background image for a second, then immediately and automatically logs off (making the windows log off tune).  Why is it logging off without my doing so? anyone? -thanks

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