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DLL initilization failed error

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When i start my computer and loads up, as soon as i see my desktop i get the following error message:

DLL initilization failed
the application failed to initialize because the window station is shutting down

After that the computer shuts down.

I cannot run a virus scan or a ad-aware sweeper or anything. The computer doesn't let me b/c its keeps on shutting down. and if u turn it back on, it will shut down again after the error message is displayed seconds after seeing the desktop.

please help.

i am on the other computer right now obviously b/c the one is useless right now.

I can't run a window xp fix b/c when the computer gets to the desktop screen, it shutsdown again in 5 seconds.

It also won't let me boot from my windows xp cd. i really have no idea what is going on here. please help me.
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