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Logon problem Since yesterday, when I try to logon to my Windows XP, it logs off immediately. I cannot access my Desktop at all. Pls help me.

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  • lucky4u Jun 30, 2008

    have the same prob, but ive tried to go in on safe mode with command prompt and can get no where to add in commnd.

  • Sergio Scalfaro
    Sergio Scalfaro May 11, 2010

    you can go in Provisional mode?
    Sergio

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You go on cmd prompt.and give the command gpedit.msc
after this u go window setting and then scripts..
and loggon select ,open and there remove the folder after this you must be restart

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try log off and login as "Administrator", if you remember the password. Try blank password first. if it doesn't show in the list, press Ctrl-Alt-Del twice and type it in.
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