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Windows XP Login problems


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After booting up, and selecting my loging, it crashes on the loading personal setting...

Restarting usually works, sometimes it may be a case of restarting 3 or even 4 times though

Any clue as to what to do?

Thanks in advance!
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if you start up in safe mode does it still happen?
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Hi there, no it doesn't, only when i start-up normally !!
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have you recently installed any software? or hardware?
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only dystopia, but even without it, it used to do the same !!

and about a month ago an new hard drive, which has given me considerable problems since, i thought i sorted it though...

could this be the problem?
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so now...if you log in in safe mode and uninstall dystopia....can you then log in to normal mode?

start > run, type
eventvwr.msc
<enter>

Look under systems and applications for items with red Xs that happened at the SAME time as your problem...list them here.
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Application Error - Faulting application nmain.exe, version 103.0.2.10, faulting module ppplugin.dll, version 2004.1.3.127, fault address 0x000051f6.

Under system errors there are none.
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Could be a corrupt profile.

Start > run
cmd
<enter>

in the blackbox, type
chkdsk /r
<enter>

Say yes, to reboot

Reboot. Let it run

Does that cis the issue?
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