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July 6, 2005 7:10:02 PM

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I have one pc, not networked, and only one user account. The welcome page
appears without an icon or username to click on. I control/alt/del twice,
and get a logon box which allows me to logon. I go to the contol panel, and
it won't let me open user accounts. It says to restart the computer and try
again. That doesn't work. I right click my computer, then manage, and users
aren't listed on the left.
A few weeks ago, this computer was experiencing a similar problem, but I
wasn't able to logon at all, and needed to reinstall windows. I was unable to
access the recovery console because it was asking for an administrator
password, and I never set on. Before this happened, it had been showing a
message saying that the registry had to recover data, and that that was
successful.
Can anyone help?
Thanks
Anonymous
July 7, 2005 10:30:43 AM

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adaware error Unable to Log On To Windows XP After Removing wsaupdater.exe:
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"Ralph" <Ralph@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:51A6234C-DBD3-4D41-9E9C-BE8A64804343@microsoft.com...
>I have one pc, not networked, and only one user account. The welcome page
> appears without an icon or username to click on. I control/alt/del twice,
> and get a logon box which allows me to logon. I go to the contol panel, and
> it won't let me open user accounts. It says to restart the computer and try
> again. That doesn't work. I right click my computer, then manage, and users
> aren't listed on the left.
> A few weeks ago, this computer was experiencing a similar problem, but I
> wasn't able to logon at all, and needed to reinstall windows. I was unable to
> access the recovery console because it was asking for an administrator
> password, and I never set on. Before this happened, it had been showing a
> message saying that the registry had to recover data, and that that was
> successful.
> Can anyone help?
> Thanks
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