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Boot the machine into safe mode by restarting the computer and repeatedly press the F8 key as it starts. This should bring up a sub menu with safe mode at the top. Use the cursor keys to highlight safe mode and press enter.
You will see white boot information scroll up the screen, be patient and wait for it to load up.
Click on your account and log in. You may get a message that system restore failed, but if you don't you will see a message about starting system restore. You don't want to use system restore so click on yes to work in safe mode.
Give the machine a minute or two to see if you get a message about system restore failing. If you don't its ok, you perform another system restore from safe mode.
Please post back if you need anymore advice.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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