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can't start NetLogon and can't login.

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i use windows xp and gets this error.
what should i do?
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Question by:Tony T
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If you have the XP cd, try to do a repair install.
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seems like system files missing. you need reinstall the OS.

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Have you tried safe mode? Could be that you can run a system restore to before it went wrong.

The other thing to try would be a chkdsk. Run this by booting an XP cd choosing r from the first screen. Then login and type chkdsk /r and see if that helps.
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