You are correct 123Runner, it won't help.
Your suggestion for boot fix may work also.
The other option is to try and disable startup and services in msconfig.
I went over the entire topic again and I noticed something everyone missed. In post #23jsaklas
had this machine set up so that all are administrators. No one logs in.
Even if your account has admin rights it is still not the Administrator
Please boot into Safe Mode
and log in as Administrator
If you did not setup a password for Administrator
then leave it empty and click enter.
This account will give you full access to do system wide changes
If you can get to this then what I need you to do is the following. We may have only a short period to do this but let's try. Lets see what you have in your startup and services
Please click onStart
and then to Run
Type in msconfig
and press Enter
Now click on Startups
Then uncheck everything
Now click on Services
Click on the Hide All Microsoft Services
Then uncheck everything and restart.
Edited by rshaffer61, 01 July 2009 - 06:48 AM.