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Black screen just before login

Windows Vista. Starts to boot then says "bad image, logonui.exe" then screen goes black and nothing works. Please help :-(

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Just boot your vista setup dvd and select repair option from the setup menu .... your problem will be solved... dont have to worry its just corrupt in your logon files its easy to recover.

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