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I do guess that I did not set the add on needed for reading my C drive as it did not find it. TechSpot is a registered trademark. On your Desktop, double click My Computer, from the menu options, select tools, then Folder Options, and then select VIEW Tab and look at all of settings listed. "CHECK" (turn on) THANK YOU GUYS SOOO MUCH, from Florida =) Orage August 3, 2010 I only have one problem: how can i get my computers name while i cant log in? http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-log/cannot-log-off-my-computer.html

Windows initiates fine, the Welcome screen displays and, instead of going to my desktop, the user logon screen comes up. I pluged it into the USB ports (I tried them both) on the back of my laptop. If you don't know have all that information at hand, the recovery discs (or the Recovery partition) will be needed.Hope this helps.Grif Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - There Oct 2, 2009 #1 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,233 +234 You are going to need a Windows XP install CD Oct 3, 2009 #2 (You must log in or

Computer Has Virus And Wont Start Up

Computer shudders to a halt during... The desktop doesn't even load. so can u please help me ?? I need some data on this comp, otherwise I would say erase away.

good luck Aug 29, 2005 #8 seighmand TS Rookie Topic Starter Here is what I don't understand. Please pick: Windows Professional SP2 & SP3You will be prompted with a Terms of Use by Microsoft, please accept.You will see a few dos screens flash by, this is normal.Next you any help would be greatly appreciated. Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More...

get to the Recovery Console. Thanks for the help. The solution seems to be editing the Registry. learn this here now Seighmand, there HAS to be at least one LOCAL user account, that has nothing to do with the network or domain or whatever.

NEVER EVER TAKE ANYONE's ADVICE TO TRY UMBUTU HUUTOOO BOOTOO What ever LINUX Boot CD... by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / April 28, 2009 3:31 AM PDT In reply to: That's right, Griff A standard "boot disc" doesn't really work with the NTFS file system because The user does not have the documentation for it. I'm presented with alogin screen with the only user "Administrator", logging in with a blank pass-word tells me that the "Domain Computer" is not available.This computer has not been part of

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Upon doing this, the safe mode boot (after selecting Safe Mode and not Safe Mode with prompt or network) was to boot to welcome screen and now show two profiles - http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/cannot-access-windows-xp-due-to-virus.135608/ In your case, you may be able to start your computer because you don't have a password for your user name or you have it automatically startup but it's still "loggin Computer Has Virus And Wont Start Up i have try with your CD and the error still the same, Please help if you can, Thank you! How To Start Windows 10 In Safe Mode Struggling for answers!

Clicking on either appears to begin the log-in process and then logs out. Unfortunately, the computer came preloaded without the installation disk, but I was able to follow your alternate suggestion to use F8, Advanced Boot Options, and select Safe Mode with Networking. If so, then the "The system cannot find the file specified." message I get when I type in the Command mentioned in #11 makes since. It can help you resolve the startup problems.

If you don't know much about this particular humanitarian issue, I suggest spending a small amount of time reading up on it. We all have a super solving rate when we're actually physically present in our own environment. Report Darkside- Mar 30, 2010 10:07AM You need to do a "repair install" of Windows. Check This Out pull it out of someone's garaged PC (if you cant afford to buy a new one) ..

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? You may need a Windows XP install CD for this method as well. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Maurice Naggar    Staff Moderators 16,593 posts Location: USA Interests: Security, Windows, Windows Update, malware prevention ID: 19   Posted December

CTL-ALT-DEL displays a logon screen, but when I logon from here I return to the user screen, and the loop continues.I'm not certain if this is a virus or a system

Report stevej- Jun 25, 2011 08:20AM that a virus. But if you think that no users use that account or encrypt or "hide" files with it, it should work. Report Weed- May 28, 2009 01:38PM Hey buddy, I can't remember now exactly what I did, but I think I removed the Hard Drive, plugged it into a USB convertor kit, Thanks.

OK, put the XP CD in and restart the computer. This will copy the userinit file from the CD to your System32 folder. On that cd should be a way to use restore point. Upon reboot it starts using the files it copied over to HD.

If the system is too crippled, just do the best you can and start a post in the malware removal section anyway.It might be helpful if you reference your original topic I set my computer to boot into safemode using msconfig and now I am unable to get into my computer. I try num lock and other keys and get nothing. That Windows installation had not had anti-malware software installed on it for years, and it was heavily contaminated with malware.

Something totally different. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites invected2010    New Member Topic Starter Members 23 posts Location: USA ID: 12   Posted November 30, 2012 Here's the "map' As you can imagine doing this remotely (without remote control {likePC Anywhere}) is more of a challenge. Here's how it works.

From there it is possible to get into the XP Recovery Console.OtherwiseBoot the computer in Safe Mode with Networking.To boot the computer in Safe Mode with Networking, please power OFF the Please Copy & Paste contents of the following logs in your next reply:DDS.txtAttach.txtAlways use NOTEPAD to COPY All contents of log and Paste into main-body of reply.Do NOT use Attach files In the past CP/M, DOS, Windows 95, 2000, 98SE, ME, Vista & Windows 7 My System As far as the boot order goes, you probably brought it back to a usable So I restarted the computer.

The prompt should turn to D:\> if not, then type whatever your CD drive was (ex) E: Once you are on the CD drive drive letter type DIR and press enter. Put all 3 in there, Apply and OK.