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darkdj

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hi all im new here

this is related to this topic

i have been trying to follow the repair guide posted by gerryf (see below)

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post Apr 19 2005, 03:32 PM
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Jams are inserting themselves into the winlogon key, this is going to be a moving target.


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but i am now stuck

i am at the section were it says to look for the file "userinit.exe" in sys32 but my mums laptop (the problem computer) dosent seem to have it

so my current question is how do i search for the file on the windows xphe dsk and copy over to the sys32 folder using the recovery console
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Hello darkdj,

Welcome to GeekstoGo. Your issue may be different first thing we want to check is if this happens on a different account in safe mode.

While starting your computer tap the F8 key once every second during the memory count up, or during the system splash screen where you see the system maker's name (HP, COMPAQ, DELL....etc.)

This will result in a text based menu. Use the cursor/arrow keys to navigate to SAFE MODE and hit enter.

Does the problem occur in safe mode?
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