repeating ctrl alt delete on windows 7

Good Morning,

we have two windows 7 pro machines.  one was an upgrade from vista and one was a fresh install.  on both machines when you login the morning i push ctrl alt del put in my username and password and the screen goes black then comes right back to the ctrl alt del screen.  
i ctrl alt del again login and everything is fine.  

anyone ever seen this and know a fix?

thanks

jim
 
randyroodAsked:
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centervCommented:
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randyroodAuthor Commented:
thanks but none of these solutions are addressing the problem.  
it does not go to a blank screen without explorer starting.  it takes me back to the logon screen.  

LKGC will not work because it does let me logon after the second attempt.  

jim
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centervCommented:
Check the server for multiple profiles for same user.
For win7 should have the v2 ext after user
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randyroodAuthor Commented:
we do not use roaming profiles and locally there is only one profile for each user.  everything else looks normal.  
the odd thing is it worked for awhile then started doing this.  
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centervCommented:
Seems to be related to KB976098 back in December.
Try this option and if it doesn't work, check the event log and any *dmp files

http://www.mwd.com/2009/12/how-to-fix-windows-7-black-screen-of-death-bsod/
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