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When I try to log in to my account on Windows XP, it immediately and automatically logs me back out.

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Boot into safe mode and log in as "administrator", then if this works, create a new
user profile on your PC. Now, boot back into normal mode and log in with the new
user profile. If this works, then you simply have a corrupt user profile. You can
access all your old documents and data under C:\Documents and settings\(old user
profile) if you absolutely need it.

Also, make sure your hard drive is not full.

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so it logs you in and then logs you back out immediately? If that's the case try booting in safemode by hitting f8 during boot.

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How to log In windows XP if you forgot your password....


Hello everyone

If ever you forget your passwords on windows XP especially try boot the computer in safe mode by pressing F8 (tap repeatedly during start off immediately when its turned on)...and log onto the administrators account...From there go to control panel and select the user accounts option and change your password form there...Also create a reset disk to avoid problems later on when you next forget the password(which i trust you won't :) )

Good Luck

Genius Guy

(PS if it does not work there are plenty of programs that can reset these password...)

on Oct 16, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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I have 3 accounts on my acer desktop computer. Now for some reason mine and my moms doesn't work. So now we have been using my dads. Whenever we try to log on, it just says "Login Failed" and we...


You cannot log into your accounts? Try going into the one account you can log into, and removing the passwords from the other accounts in the "Control Panel"

For windows Xp Try
  1. Click on Start and then Control Panel.
  2. Click on the User Accounts link.
    Note: If you're viewing the Classic View of Control Panel, double-click on the User Accounts icon.
  3. In the pick an account to change area of the User Accounts window, click on your Windows XP user name.
  4. Choose the Remove my password link.
  5. In the text box on the next screen, enter your current password.
  6. Click the Remove Password button to confirm that you'd like to remove your account password.
  7. You can now close the User Accounts window and the Control Panel window.
  8. Now that your Windows XP account password has been deleted, you will no longer need to log on to Windows XP when your computer starts. Windows will now load all the way to your desktop automatically.

Jan 09, 2011 | Acer Aspireā„¢ T180 PC Desktop

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When I open the e-mail page I used to get my facebook site emediately. Now I have to keep on signing in. Can you please help as I am not very 'clever.


>It's simple, check the box below the username field that says "Keep me logged in" and if you will not be using your computer, don't log out of your facebook account so that next time you log back in it will immediately direct you to your facebook account. Try it and let me know if it helped.

Oct 17, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Startup


Log onto your machine in safe made and log in as Administrator.
Check what accounts are visible and delete any you dont want.
DO NOT DELETE THE ADMINISTRATOR account.
If only Admin remains re-boot your system and you will automatically go straight to your desktop

Jul 04, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Xp logs on then logs off immediately on acer 5100


I'd suggest booting into Safe Mode (press F8 after the POST information is finished on bootup) and then you should see an option for Administrator. If you can sign in successfully there, go to Control Panel and create a new account under User Accounts. Boot normally after that and see if you can sign in the new account.

Two questions: 1) is this XP or Vista? and 2) did you recently make any significant changes to the software (namely try to change the Certificate of Authenticity)? If what I suggested works, I'd say boot into Safe Mode again and then run System Restore for Windows. Set the system back to about a week ago and try logging in normally.

Ben

Aug 22, 2008 | Acer Aspire 5100-3357 Notebook

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I can't log-in in my account


start pc in safe mode (hit F8 key on boot). then create a new user account. now start pc with new account. now delete your old account. no personal files will be deleted, only the account.

Aug 09, 2007 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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