XP takes me back to welcome screen

Posted on 2009-12-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-08

I am working on a co-worker Panasonic CF-51 Laptop, this has a problem, when I turn it on, this tries to load the users settings but immidiatelly log me off.
I already tried using some solutons on your knowdlegde but did not for me.

Please let me know how to proced this Laptop is used to diagnostic tractors problems.

Question by:aggieto
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    Expert Comment

    by:Rob Williams
    There is an issue where this occurs with XP due to the userinit.exe value in the registry getting changed and/or the userint.exe file in the system32 folder gets replaced. The repair is to replace these with a repair CD or 3rd party or remote registry tools.
    See the bottom of the following EE link (not the accepted answer)

    Accepted Solution


    I worked around userinit.exe but xp kicks me out to welcome screen

    i do not what else to do.



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