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See what this one does, if it leaves bits out so the install isn't any use then use another CD to run the repair
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I let the orginal repair finish, and I still had the error message when I logged on (regarding the USERENV.dll). I attempted the repair with a different Windows 2000 CD and got the same error messages during the repair, which I skipped to let the install finish. Still, when I attempt to log on, I get the same error message regarding USERENV.dll

Do you think there is anything else to try besides a total re-install of Windows?
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Can you get any data you need off the PC and on to CD / DVDRW discs
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Yes, I believe I can access everything while the computer is in safe mode with networking. I'll just have to go through and see what is necessary to keep.
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