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Posted on 2004-09-02
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Hi there


I've a particular problem, I've a windows 2000 professional computer, I removed from this computer spyware with Adaware and Pestpatrol
But it has a particular problem, when I login with my network ID and password I have only a blank screen with nothing loading, to continue loadging I need to press again ctl+alt+del again, and the system continue loading all my stuff


Any Idea whats going on?


Thanks in advance

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Question by:AngelFireMateo
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by:LordRipper
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Hi AngelFireMateo,
Well I got the same problem ..... what I could figure out on my pc is that on startup windows explorer chrashes and when pressing alt/ctrl/del it would restart explorer and it would work .... what I did was to copy explorer.exe from the install cd into the windows directory and reboot and it worked fine .... though I would suggest you wait for other expert input as I think that there is more than one cause to this problem.

Cheers!
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by:Debsyl99
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Hi

You could try insert your windows 2k pro cd and type

sfc /scannow
at a command prompt to check your windows system files,

Note the following though if on less than SP4:
The SFC /SCANNOW Command May Overwrite Hotfix Files
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=814510

Deb :))
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by:AngelFireMateo
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To Lordripper:

I've tried your solution but I didn't have luck

To Deb:

How can I do this if I don't have the cd with me, and have only the i386 folder on my hard disk
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Debsyl99 earned 250 total points
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Hi

I really don't think that you can - I understand that the Windows 2000 cd is required to replace any damaged files - You'd really need to get hold of a cd....

Sorry

Deb :))

Repairing a Windows 2000 Installation
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/reskit/samplechapters/fndc/fndc_rec_ztkn.asp
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by:LordRipper
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Well I cant see how you tried my selution as you also need the windows 2000 cd for it ????
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by:AngelFireMateo
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To lordripper I got the file from the I386 folder

Thanks every body for your help
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