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I have windows Xp running on my desktop. Had no issues starting it up and working on it until a couple of days ago when suddenly it won't let me get past the initial logon screen, where it prompts me for a password (didn't used to before) and says domain blah-blah missing. Just won't let me go past it. Not even in safe mode. What do I do?

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At the logon screen, click advanced options, you might have three options here.
User name
password
and a third one, Is there a dropdown option here, if so see is there an option to "log on to this PC"
have a look and let me know

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