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I have windows vista. Okay, I have tuneup utilites 2009 on my computer and I used to visual styler [or whatever] to change the login and load up screen on my computer. I restarted my computer and now it doesn't want to show me a login screen, or even load. I can get to the boot menu and what not, even the cmd, but I'm not sure as to what I can do. Please, someone help me!
Well, I can't get on the computer to even try downloading that. I'm kinda against using a reboot disk, I'm afraid to lose my information.
I'm wondering, since I can access the cmd in the Recovery, if I could possibly delete what I used to make the changes to the boot up and login screen? I'm wondering if that will help at all.