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W2K boots fine lets log in, but logs me out after.

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November 8, 2002 5:24:18 AM

Here is what happened. A few days ago I had bought a 80GB HD to increase my drive size from a 15GB. On the 80GB I had two partitions. One NTFS the other FAT32. I used norton ghost to transfer the partition on 15Gb hard drive to the primary partition on the 80GB which is 40Gb. After I did that I rebooted the machine and everything started the same until I got to the login screen. Lets me type in my username and password and I'm logged in. At this time the OS tells me the SWAP file for the OS is too small. Tells me to go to the advanced properties under the computer properties, into performance and change the swap file size. I click on OK and the computer throws me out back to the login screen. I've tried going into safe mode, debug mode. Have ran the repair utility. Nothing works. The only thing I can think of is probably the recovery console, but I hardly know how to use it. Can anyone guide me to a solution. Thank you for your time.

My name may be Jesus, but don't go around asking for miracles.
November 9, 2002 4:45:46 AM

Holy cow Bryan you saved my day man thanks!!!

Many many thanks!!!

My name may be Jesus, but don't go around asking for miracles.
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