I've been operating ACAD 12, successfully, on a Power Spec PC powered by Windows XP Home Edition software for two years.
Suddenly when I try an enter the ACAD program I get this message: "Login failed: The maximum number of users has been reached. Try again later." In addition I get an indication that the NTVDM.EXE is involved. Also my "DISK CLEANUP" does not function.
On the same machine I'm running "97 Word". It continues to run perfectly.
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Check to make sure that your main harddrive is working. Sounds as if it is unable to find a bootable drive to configure. It would be better to get the Professional version of XP but since MS is dropping support for XP in 2013 you might have issues. I had an old Windows NT server CD that stopped working after they dropped suport on it. Not sure how that worked since it did not require internet connection to run the setup. They must of put a time code algorthym in the source code to deactivate the CD after a certain date.
Overhead reduction is the least commonly used concept of behavioral practice in those minds where it is most needed. In terms of your PC's software firewall, I strongly recommend disabling the default Windows Firewall in favor of ZoneAlarm. The former is prohibitively greedy with resources both logical and physical, and the latter has been stone-faced serious from Day One about intelligent, adaptive, two-way firewalls. The Contender has returned in both PRO and FREE versions.
My best advice is to download and install COMODO CIS (computer internet security) It's the one I use and I swear by and it's free. Once installed, you can run a scan on your PC immediately which should locate and deal with the jollybee. Download it here http://comodo.com
which operating you are using. if your system file deleted accidently. try to restore the file. please boot up your computer and suddently press F8 to go to menu of safe mode. there is another option to restore your computer with the computer. namely sytem restore. press system restore button then windows comes which date you successfully use your computer date and time will shown up. press that button. your computer will restore to the original state.if this doesnt works. then you have to repair your computer using XP cd ( if you r using xp)......