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Problem loging on to windows 2000

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when i go to log onto my win 2000 computer it says "the system cannot log you on because the the domain ERIC is not available"
i never had this computer on a domain it has no settings for a domain it just wont let me log in. when i went to the recovery console it asks for the sdministrator password i just hit enter with no password and it let me right in.
any ideas? thanks alot
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Glad it worked out

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