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Windows Steady State Removal XP

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#1 Mikey53


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Posted 11 November 2009 - 10:53 PM


I installed Steady State on my laptop last year - Toshiba A100 Satellite. I decided to uninstall it a few days ago. Since that time, I cannot log on. I keep getting a "Please wait to log on while the Windows Steady State is being initialized" message.

The OS is XP Media Center 2006. I have tried Safe Mode, Safe Mode + Networking, trying the last know good configuration - same thing. I do have the recovery disks, but would prefer not to go that route as I would lose quite a few saved items.

Any advice would be appreciated.


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