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I have a error in which windows logs me off when I log on. I did my homework, and I'm supposed to go into the recovery console, go to CD SYSTEM32 or CHDIR SYSTEM32 then COPY USERINIT.EXE WSAUPDATER.EXE... However, windows is not able to find these. I also tried: CD SYSTEM32/DIR*.exe/... This hasn't worked either. I'm not very computer savvy, so help would be much appreciated
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Bump.... Windows reinstallation didn't work....
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Windows reinstallation didn't work....

Explain, please. How did you go about it?
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i did a windows repair, just got off of a three hour phone call with a dell tech. we did a hard drive diagnostic, and he told me to back up my files at a local store and reformat...
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So, actually, you didn't reinstall Windows, but you ran repair installation.
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