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Hi it may be virus scan your pc..........
if your lost registry file you load &download it to recovery it.....
load antivirus........

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This is a common virus attack that will throw you out everytime you login, or licensing issues

For virus problem is bit tricky and needs to deal with registry settings and also need network computer

Try following

Log on to a networked computer.
Run Regedit.exe
Point your cursor to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Select File > Connect Remote Registry
Type computer name (infected computer)
Navigate to the following location in registry of destination or infected computer

HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

Edit below two values in right pane:

Shell
Userinit

Change the two values to
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close the Registry
Restart Infected computer.
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If you have successfully found and removed the virus infection, remember to delete your system volume information and recycler folder on the drive. virus files tend to infect these folders.

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