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Group wise was uninstalled and Server is not booting after reboot

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I installed Group wise and Novel eDirectory.  Uninstall the groupwise and it asks to reboot.  After rebooting the server is getting stuck at the "Applying computer settings" and gives the error "The instructions at 0x77bd8548 referenced memory at "0x00000000" is unable to read.

I restarted 3 times but it does not go further from this point.  Anybody has any idea.  Should I repair the Window???
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Is this the Groupwise client or Server?
Is it installed on a windows sever?
What version of Server do you have, What version of Groupwise are we talking about?
Can you load into safe mode on windows?
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by:elaw
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This is the Groupwise client.
Installed on the Windows server 2003
The latest version of group wise.

However, i have been able to go to the safe mode and then its fixed the problem.
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