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I have a windows 8.1 desktop computer here and when i start it it just loads for a long time and at the sign in screen you put inthe password and it just says welcome for a while and shuts off.

What should i do i already replaced the hard drive once

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if you can get into safemode
click start then run
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SOURCE: Windows XP won't load past the 'user account welcome screen'.

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
if necessary.

*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.

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