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Report Thankful- Jan 8, 2010 05:57PM Worked for me. I've tried in both modes Normal & Safe but no luck View all 7 comments Report bongo- Dec 7, 2008 02:56AM You might want to try the fix that is mentioned Download Sophos and the latest IDE Files. Already a member? http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-xp/winxp-automatic-shut-down.html

Report jZr- Jan 20, 2009 03:52PM I cannot access the PC remotely (FW on I assume) nor the registry. http://www.logicnest.com/archives/90 http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/create-bartpe-bootable-cd-using-pe-builder/ Report Peter Lu- Nov 8, 2009 08:14PM I can settle this problem ! Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. It takes alot of talent to defeat a lonley low-lifes hard useless work.

Windows Xp Auto Logoff After Inactivity

Sign in to add this video to a playlist. I still have Trojan Horse Sheur2.TOG on my PC trying to clean it now. How can i schedule auto connect for wireless connection windows 7 solved How can I stop my PC from booting on a schedule? It flashes when I log on but then the screen turns blue.

Still had problems. 3) Created a BartPE recovery disk - best thing! If you have ever run NTBackup and completed a system state backup, you do not have to follow the procedures in parts two and three. You see the Auto Logoff dialog box. Bartpe Guys don't waste your on doing this procedure, the best thing to do is take out your hard drive connect it to other computer scan the hard drive, and back up

I'D ADVISE YOU TO READ AND PRACTICE MORE IN THIS INTERESTING FIELD (I.T). Windows Xp Logon Logoff Loop Fix Now you logon into the administrator account which is defaultly present in the XP. If you run SAV32CLI without the -P command line parameter, the information on viruses will be written only to the screen. http://www.winhelponline.com/xp/noautologon.htm from the c:\windows> prompt, type: expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ system32 Change d: to the drive letter of your CD-ROM.

Let me explain my steps and how I finally solved this problem. Don't be dumb like me though, I was stressing out when I had put a ";" versus just the "," which will cause the same Log On/Log Off issue to happen. Thanks Report thankful user› Daniel - Feb 24, 2010 07:51AM Your last solution was also the last option I found so far during two days of extensive search in the web. I also checked permissions on these files with knoppix, everything fine.

Windows Xp Logon Logoff Loop Fix

I am uncomfortable about students taking pictures of the blackboard, because I don't like appearing in them Is there a reason the Wachowskis chose the names Smith and Anderson? http://www.proposedsolution.com/solutions/windows-xp-automatically-logs-off-after-login/ Note that you must be in the c:\windows directory to type this command (this is the default directory in the Recovery Console) The second parameter on the expand commandline tells it Windows Xp Auto Logoff After Inactivity I have had trouble with these issues myself as I have tried to explain things in a way that an average user would understand. Computer Logs Off Immediately After Login Windows 7 Only problem now is my virus was the deadly, ignorantly evil Win32 Virut.

the issue is on the XP. visit Type-in the built-in Administrator password to enter the Console. and also even if I did it wont let me type in the computer name box! Helpful +4 Report ball_licker Feb 5, 2009 03:30PM Here's an easy fix if you have the XP install disk. Disable Auto Logoff Windows Xp

But had not thought of the network card, I just looked and 'allow computer to turn off device to save power' was checked. Method 2: [url]http://www.microsoft.com/[/url] -> search for "screen lock windows XP" (no quotes) Led me to: [url]http://tinyurl.com/ae2x[/url] Which although doesn't tell you how to UNDO the setting, does tell you how to Pls Cal Me if u r from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-xp/winxp-pro-bogus-to-winxp-legal-without-losing-data.html Helpful +5 Report BokiSergy Jan 6, 2010 09:12AM OK, I see many people still have this problem..

The popup logon window open and prompt you for Username and Password. type expand h:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32 exit then reboot see if it logs on. Help !

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Report Demon_128- Apr 14, 2009 09:19AM I also tried all the solutions and discovered a version of userinit.exe in the i386 folder of the infected workstation. this is the worst virus I ever saw. Browse other questions tagged windows-xp or ask your own question. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and

and some of them didnt have their own computer for Christmas/NewYear, spent vacations tring to find solution, whats sad... This time, however, replacing the Userinit.exe file alone was not enough to get the system to log in. I dont know any, but u try. 2) make a copy of original userinit.exe in ur WINDOWS\system32 3) Login regulary, should works! http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-xp/transfering-files-between-2-computers-winxp-home-to-winxp-pro.html Report WileCau› SNoWDoGG - Mar 8, 2009 06:51PM My userinit.exe got cleaned up by AVG after a Trojan infection.

sweet554 2,862,680 views 7:28 Windows XP Logoff and Logon - Duration: 0:22. In the first screen when the Setup begins, read the instructions press "R" (in the first screen) enter the Recovery Console. I am having the same problem and am not a computer tech....I have no clue as to how to get my laptop connected to my main PC and I don't have Best Regards, Peter Lu Exellence Computer & Network Services.

Do not just copy userinit.exe direct to system32 without first extracting. Report kacorsen- Nov 16, 2009 07:12PM Hi, I dont know if you use this anymore, but I cant find my system recovery disc, is there any other way to fix the In that type "administrator" in the name field and leave blank password field press "OK". I tried to go back into the recovery console but now it says I need a admin password even though I didn't have one before.

The Logoff Screen Saver entry is automatically selected. Report zee› SNoWDoGG - May 20, 2009 01:41AM thanx allot, it woked for me. Thank you. Greg PalmerFree Software for Adminstratorshttp://www.palmersoft.co.uk RE: Automatically log off idle user.

Then do I just put the disc in my "bad" computer, start it up and it will let me fix it by adding the strings discussed here? thank you may good bless you "Om Sai Ram" Rgds Hari Report Tech Mangi› raj - Jun 16, 2009 05:23AM RAJ, TO YOU AND THE OTHER GUYS WHO FELL VICTIM TO I also had to reload my web browser but you gave me square 1. It displays the logoff message and the countdown timer.

can you please assist Report sandeep- Mar 13, 2009 02:14AM good man..its very nice solution..... Report Nasrat› SNoWDoGG - May 24, 2009 10:29AM this worked absoulutely more then fine for me :D i just did what I copied the wininit file from C:/windows/system32 of another system just wanted to say that its a pity idiots like you exist.... Connor the video kid 2017 17,485 views 1:20 How to Remove a Windows User Login Password - Duration: 15:00.