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I have a fairly new system running on XP Pro. I have set up multiple accounts, one for each family member, 5 limited accounts and 1 administrator account. The computer regulary but randomly "freezes" when any one account is logged off. Instead off getting to the user account sign on window as it should....... the screen goes black and there is no more activity. I have tried hitting escape, wake up, power, sleep, even giving it TIME with no results. The only way is to reset and I'm worried that this practice could be detrimental in the long term. I have also tried reloading Windows XP.... no change. Has anyone experienced the same frustration?
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start > run
eventvwr.msc
<enter>

Look under systems and applications for items with red Xs...list them here.
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start > run
eventvwr.msc
<enter>

Look under systems and applications for items with red Xs...list them here.

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error Application Hang (101) 1002
error Application error none 1000
error MsiInstaller none 11706
error MsiInstaller none 10000

error DCOM none 10010
error DCOM none 10005
error Windows update agent software 16
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