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Cant boot browser, user name file empty!


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Hi I did a windows console repair, and could then boot up the OS. But now i cant start up my browser unless in safe mode/administrator. odd, my user name file is empty, it is like there is no authorization now for the user names to go online, and no name to match against.nor does it now give a filed to create a new user name of change a password. any ideas?
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Did you reinstall, or just fixed your OS?
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didnt replace it, just fixed it. My Nero wont even boot.... :)
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Can you work properly on the machine?


How to use CodeStuff Starter to view services and startup items:

  • Please download and install CodeStuff Starter
  • Run Starter by finding it on your start menu after it is installed.
  • When the program opens, you will see three tabs on the main screen (Startup, Processes, Services)
  • Please click the Startup tab and make sure that All Sections is selected on the left hand side under the sections view pane.
  • Once the Startup tab and all sections is selected, please click the File menu and choose Save as HTML.
  • Please save the file to your desktop and call it startup.html.
  • Now, please click the Services tab.
  • Once the Services tab is open, please click the File menu and choose Save as HTML.
  • Please save the file to your desktop and call it services.html.
  • Now that both files have been saved to your desktop, close CodeStuff Starter.
  • Locate the startup.html and services.html files on your desktop. Both files can be attached to the forum, as is. Please do so in your next reply.

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Free32....You need to stay in 1 topic such as the one started already. Broni is helping you there. More than 1 post on the same topic is very confusing.

http://www.geekstogo...em-t242885.html
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Sure - didnt know what day broni may or not be avail. By the way - your avatar says only 'memebr : 1k' , and a new user here like me has no way of knowing who you are or why youre giving directives to other users. but , not to worry - Broni is helping very much and so I can use that thread only.

Edited by free32, 22 June 2009 - 10:41 PM.

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Did you so the CodeStuff starter instructions?
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