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Abnormal Bootup In Xp Home Sp2

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#1 Heartbeat85


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Posted 11 September 2008 - 03:11 PM

Hey fellows, I have a problem I have never seen before and do not know why my Computer is Booting Up like this.My Computer first of all has always wanted to restart from the removable not the HDD-0,etc.But here we go guys.When my Computer reboots if I do not have my Username Login Icon (Jetplane Icon w/my name ), "Password Protected", it bypasses me and goes right to Desktop.Therefore I am actually not being allowed to Log on as the Full Administrator which I am.I have never seen this ever before.If anybody wishes to help me correct the problem I would appreciate it a bunch fellows.I recently did a Full Destructive Restore using the Restore Disc that E-Machines allowed me to make one copy of when I bought the Computer.Also by the way I had a odd sort of file Popup on an Anti-Spyware scan that they wanted me to compare to the installation disc database.I have not a clue how to do.But here is the file if anybody knows what it is or means.I am curious to be honest myself.C:DOCUME~1LocalIAHIDE4.DLL Best I remember it was a SPRINT file of some kind.I have not a clue what it means.Have a great Friday you guys and have a TERRIFFIC weekend.Thanks,Heartbeat85

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