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AutoChk.exe program not found Skeeping Autochk


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#1 joseph angelou tinga

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 07:08 AM

Please help me. I have a problem about my operating system, I'm using windows XP Enterprise.
This is what happen I used autorun program to stop those unwanted program to run automatically
when i turn on my computer. now I don't know what exactly happen because when i finish deleting something
in autorun program and reboot my computer i encounter this message,
"\SymtemRoot\Windows\System32\Autochk.exe program not found Skeeping Autochk."
and it well brings me again and again to login section. I cannot get in anymore to windows
I even try to pressing F8 to opterating my operating system to safemode
and perhaps I can redo of what I've deleted from autorun program but still same scenario I've experience.
I don't know how can elaborate more my problem; I have a very bad english but please somebody help me.


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#2 garmanma

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 11:31 AM

Are you able to get into safe mode?
Reboot the computer and start tapping the F8 key
Select safe mode
Once in safe mode, open Autoruns and undo what you did
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Also try a System Restore
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