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Boot/Logon problem.


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Seanny

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Ok. Here is my problem.
I came to this computer and installed succesfuly Microsoft Access XP. Everything worked O.K. till I logged out from Administrator. Then when I wanted to login with user it said smth like sas.exe error... winlogon...(Don't realy remember). So now when I boot it it says the same error everytime and rebbots computer. ???
Is this all just because of simple Access? Oh, I also forgot to mention that there were installed some products from Office 2003 (Word,Excel). Is it possible that Office XP and Office 2003 are THAT incoppatible? Help me please...
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No, not likely--well, sort of not likely.

Sounds like a corrupted registry....print and follow the following instructions

http://support.micro...om/?kbid=307545
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Well I don't think it's a registry problem.. It says something like memory can't be read 0x0000000 and so on... And also it doesn't say any of those error in and article you've linked me to.
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You said something like "sas.exe error"....could it have been lsass.exe error?

Here's why I suspect a corrupt registry...when you install a program, it makes hundreds or writes to the registry. Addiitonally, the winlogon error is often related to the lsass.exe error.

The article I linked to does not list every single error that this issue addresses, but tell you what, why don't you boot the computer and write the error down and report back. That would be very helpful in diagnosing the problem...right now, it is pure guesswork because you have not supplied enough info
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