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Reboots When I Log In


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#1 craneop

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Posted 14 January 2008 - 12:00 AM

hey everybody, I have windows xp amd 1.8 GHz , 224 ram.I ran chkdsk from the command prompt. It didn't start on reboot. So I went to my computer and started it that way. During disk check the following problems were fixed. Deleting corrupt attribute record (128,"") from file record segment 22202. On step 3 of 5 Inserting data attribute into file 22202. On step 4 of 5 windows replaced bad clusters in file 19221 of name program-1\micros-4\1033\wizards\trj'trus.wwp Bad cluster in file 122915 of name windows\$hf_mig$\kb9317-1\spzqfe\ieapfltr.dll. Disk check finished with know further problems.Computer rebooted and went to welcome screen. when i logged into the admin acct the computer rebooted and went back into disc check. The disc check didn't find any problems . Everytime i log into my acct.( admin acct) the comp reboots. I can log into the other two user accts ( both limited) and they work fine. Any help you can offer would be appreciated. Thanks joe mc

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#2 Budapest

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Posted 14 January 2008 - 02:50 AM

One thing you could do is boot into Safe Mode, create a new Admin account and then delete the old one that you're having problems with (copying any important data over to the new account first).
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#3 craneop

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Posted 14 January 2008 - 08:01 AM

Thanks budapest, evidently the comp worked itself out. the acct is now working. thanks joe mc




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