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What should i do i already replaced the hard drive once
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you can get into safemode
click start then run
in general tab click normal startup mode load all drivers etc.
then click okay or apply
restart and then if a box appears click do not show again
hope this helps if not let me know
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
If you boot into safe mode* and have same problem, you might be missing a file called "userinit.exe."
It's located in the /WINDOWS/SYSTEM32 subdirectory. You can copy it from another xp computer
(suggest matching updated pro vs home files). Use your harddrive as a slave on another computer
*safe mode: Restart your computer and start pressing the F8 key on your keyboard during boot up.
Then you gotta ask: how did that file get deleted? It's a popular file to attack by malware authors and
some anti-virus software will delete it as part of an infection cleansing.
Posted on May 21, 2009
What type of Internet Security are you using?
1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Network Connections (In Vista, you must go to Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Manage Network Connections)
2. Right-click on your Local Area Connection, and go to "Properties"
In the list of devices installed, if your Internet Security company has installed a Packet Filter on your computer, you should see listed within there something such as "Anti-Virus NDIS Filter" or "Firewall Filter" -- something with a "Filter" in it, or even just the name of your Internet Security's company.
To remove it, perform the following:
3. Select the Filter, then click the button below that says "Uninstall"
4. Restart your computer in Normal Windows Mode.
You may see the WinPK Filter Driver listed in this window; if you do, please do not remove it -- this is part of MioNet. However, the driver should only appear in this list under the Windows Vista operating system, not the Windows XP operating system.
Please let us know if this information has been useful.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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