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System cannot log you on because domain <Computer_name> is not available

The computer was fine yesterday, now today I cannot login normal mode, safe mode, admin account nothing, I don´t have a domain controller on the netwrok can anyone help me?

Thank you
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bhanukir7Commented:
hi there

try to boot in safe with last known good config this should help u

bhanu
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glenn_1984Commented:
Need more info?

Does Device Manager show any problems (right click on My Computer, go to Manage)
Is this a server or work station?

What is the OS?
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screegeAuthor Commented:
Windows Xp I cannot login to the computer and is a workstation. Please read before posting.
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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
Try a repair install with the cd rom
http://www.dougknox.com/xp/tips/xp_repair_install.htm

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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
Possibly try resetting the password
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;321305
"Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional in a workgroup
To log on as Administrator and reset the password, follow these steps: 1. Restart the computer. After the Power On Self Test (POST), press the F8 key.
2. On the Windows Advanced Options menu, use the ARROW keys to select Safe Mode, and then press ENTER.
3. When you are prompted to select the operating system to start, select Microsoft Windows XP edition (where edition is the edition of Windows XP that is installed), and then press ENTER.
4. On the To begin, click your user name screen, click Administrator.
5. Type the administrator password, and then press ENTER.

Note In some cases, the Administrator password may be set to a blank password. In this case, do not type a password before you press ENTER.
6. Click Yes to acknowledge that Windows is running in safe mode.
7. Click Start, and then click Control Panel (or point to Settings, and then click Control Panel).
8. Click User Accounts.
9. Click the user account whose password you want to change.
10. Click Change the Password if you want to keep a password, or click Remove password if you do not want to use a password. If you remove the password, go to step 11.
11. Type the new password for the user, and then click Change Password.
12. Quit the User Accounts tool, and then restart the computer.
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screegeAuthor Commented:
I cannot acces with the admin password I have tried to access the machine in safe mode with the administrator user and his password and the password left blank and nothing I have tried to access with every account on the system and nothing both normal and safe mode.
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screegeAuthor Commented:
If I wanted such an easy answer I would get it repair XP or login in safe mode come on I need a reall professional answer.
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pcaiooCommented:
first have you check all network connection ?
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screegeAuthor Commented:
Please do not post if you do not read. Thank you
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bhanukir7Commented:
hi there

screege i understand how frustating it would be for u to have ur computer hanging up on you. normally the last known good configuration should resolve the issue. if this is not happening then

the pls read this link it is basically for windows2000 but should also work. i have handled such problems but when i had issues with any software or any OS changes lastknown good configuration has worked for me.
but as it seems lastknown good config is not working for you

http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=http%3a%2f%2fwww.support.microsoft.com%2fkb%2f244671%2fen-us%2f#kb4

This behavior can occur if the required cryptography files are missing, corrupted, or do not match the cryptography information stored in the registry (for example, if the registry is configured to use 128-bit encryption, but the 128-bit encryption files are not on the computer).

When you install certain programs and they detect that the high-encryption pack (128-bit) is installed, the version that is included with the specific program is installed.

goodluck

bhanu
pls understand that we are trying to help but we dont know what kind of situation ur in, so at times the experts tend to seek clarifications

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pcaiooCommented:
Sorry i mis understand your question..
OK then You better scan for virus as I have a client have exactly the same case. and found out
that their comupter has been infected. the easiest way is to take out the HD and
connect to another computer thur usb and do the scan.

Sorry about that and hope this can help
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FriarTukCommented:
under control panel - system prop's - computer name, does it say workgroup or domain?

if you're at signon screen, is threr an option to select local pc name or domain?
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xpsavyCommented:
Hi

Start Repair install
during installing devices at 34 th min
press shift +F10
type control
open the user accounts
change the administrator password
complete the installation


All the best

Rupesh Krishna
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screegeAuthor Commented:
It was a hard disk problem combined with the cryptographic files. Thanks a lot.
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