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explorer crash... but only in 1 profile....


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Hi guys,
this is a really bizzar error let me give you a quick rundown of the infrastructure first...

we have a bundle of networked computers running win nt, and a couple running xp talking to and nt server. the profiles are roming. all the profiles have been fine until now, when i load profile A on the nt machines it boots and an ie window attempts to open, the tour thingo, when you attempt to close that then it half reboots windows and all the programs in the startup load again , then if you try and close any explorer windows it does it again ... etc etc...
when i load profile A on the xp machines it runs fine.
when i load profile B on the nt machines everything is hunky dory and works fine..

i am very confused currently and can't work pout whats wrong... so if anyone has any ideas please let me know!

also it cant be a virus or adware and there is no outside access to the machines.


thanks
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BUMP

anyone? anyone at all? :tazz:
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i don't mean to be pushy but surely someone knows something.....
anything...................
anything at all......................

please?
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