Note that you must be in the c:\windows directory to type this command (this is the default directory in the Recovery Console) The second parameter on the expand commandline tells it Report zee› SNoWDoGG - May 20, 2009 01:41AM thanx allot, it woked for me. After hours of searching I realised the userinit.exe had been removed somehow and I just replaced it with one from here http://www.f-prot.com/support/files/win-xp-sp2-de/userinit.exe and it restarted perfectly! And reinstalled the HD in the computer. http://planetweb20.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-home-edition-activation-key.html
more clear instructions on how to replace it would be helpful so here's what happened to me last night. And, from what I could understand from reading the instructions, so I wouldn't be able to complete the repair installation then, while missing the XP CD used in the original installation Should I eventually preferably opt for this boot disk, then (since while providing a GUI makes it easier to operate with)?...Though, speaking of the alternative to have a boot disk with Thanks for the tip and link, by the way, that surely sounds as a most useful tool (and surely to serve as reference for future occasions), yes indeed! https://forums.techguy.org/threads/copied-disk-and-now-xp-logoff-loop.634435/
I had actually been through reading also about Windows XP repair installation before: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/1664082/posts (as it is also referred in that BC post by quietman7 which I had mentioned in my I upgraded my laptop's hard disk from Western Digital SATA 60 GB to Seagate 120 GB (i'll clear later why i mention makes here). When I first took notice of the infection, as per usual at once I submitted the suspicious files for analysis at virustotal.com, and by then, actually not many of the scanners According to the instructions in that post, (also see the detailed walkthrough-guide on using this boot disk for instructions on each precedent step), upon loading the SOFTWARE part of the registry
Report Edz› SNoWDoGG - Mar 10, 2009 12:07AM that worked, thanks alot. Report Adriano› Daniel - Mar 17, 2010 03:01PM brilliant solution with startup disc and handy bat file, which does all the necessary stuff to get your system going again: http://saveme.danfischbach.com/ Report View all 28 comments Report wooty 4Posts Monday September 1, 2008Registration date September 9, 2008 Last seen - Sep 9, 2008 07:26PM hello, booting into safe mode worked a treat, crisis How To Activate Windows Xp In Safe Mode Anyone with any ideas how to solve this issue out ???
Esta función no está disponible en este momento. This Copy Of Windows Must Be Activated With Microsoft Before You Can Log On u placed on waqar, on Tuesday December 30, 2008 04:50:00 AM +11Edit these values and type the correct path of shell : please help thanks Report jan- May 10, 2009 12:27AM I also cannot remotely access the drive.
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So, sopy of "userinit.exe" rename to "winlogon86.exe" 3) put new renamed copy into ur system32 (Ofc, u dont have windows on ur computer, couse u cant login, but ucan plug off This Copy Of Windows Must Be Activated Loop Use the expand command instead of copy. Help ! Report Thuso- May 19, 2009 09:32AM Just extract the userini.ex_ from your XP installation CD to c drive then copy the file back to c:\windows\system32 step1: expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ C:\ step2: copy
Click here to find out more:Employment Entire Site Copyright © 2005-2016 The Computer Guy-- All Rights Reserved Designed and Hosted by The Computer Guy The Computer Guy - Troup, TX 75789 Atleast now I can get in to windows really quick and get my files and then reformat the drive. How To Bypass Windows Xp Activation At Login Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Windows Xp Activation Loop Symptoms After rebooting, the system enters a logon logoff (or login logoff) loop; unable to get to the desktop.
Mostrar más Cargando... this contact form It found and disinfected 3 items, all of which it reported as being the same malware/infection: unsrvc.exe, install_flash_player.exe which was stored on My Documents (and which, as I had previously checked, Cerrar Más información View this message in English Estás viendo YouTube en Español (España). A doubt here too: seen that the SOFTWARE part of the registry is that we want fixed, would it then be ok/advisable to restory only that part of the registry, the Windows Xp Activation Loop Already Activated
Thanks Report suhaimimd› SNoWDoGG - Jan 5, 2010 08:18PM Thanks. Flatboat Report Koee- Mar 11, 2009 12:03AM I have tried so many different methods and to no avail, I believe iron mask's solotuion didnt work because, my XP cd is SP2 And: is typing: md tmp part of the process? http://planetweb20.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-won-39-t-start.html any suggestions?
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u can now delete the second xp by going to my computer properties and start up and recovery tab edit the notpad there Report LuLu- Jan 14, 2010 11:09AM The constant JUST READ AND ANALYSE PROPERLY INSTEAD OF JUMPING STRAIGHT TO IT. i tried the expand command from recovery console: expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32\userinit.exe but in my case I got the "file could not be created" error so I expanded the file to another Check This Out So far, I've been able to sort out my tiled Start menu, install a few apps and learn how to do some new things as well as...
Thnx. Just to add that this is no brand computer (I mean, it's not an HP or Compaq or Dell etc). (Reading other threads, I see that this is usually something which I'm also in doubt seen that Panda was able to delete the file; would it be possible that Panda had deleted unsrvc.exe in case it was a running process?)Thing is, when I just tried this and it didn't work for me, ymmv.
by changing "c" into "x" it creates a loop right back to the "log on" page. Fixes like these can cost hundreds from any repair shop and he charges nothing for this guide. Should I still?...)Thankfully though, as time passed on and more similar topics popped up around, I could learn that there may be a chance that formatting C:\ may not be so I left the file name off also.
This article also lists all the required steps in specific order to make sure that the process is fully completed. There not a virus created that hasnt been defeated in half the time it took to create it. If not, any chance you've got the time and energy to write out the rest of the steps for us poor schlubs for whom the other solutions posted have not worked? Thought of asking, just to know it, for reference for any future time...)So, to sum it up:After a preliminary cleaning, the home PC got "stuck" in login/logoff loop.
Thanks Waqar! Report Thankful- Jan 8, 2010 05:57PM Worked for me. Similar Threads - Copied disk logoff disk initializing idrbooks, Jun 16, 2016, in forum: Windows XP Replies: 4 Views: 370 plodr Jun 17, 2016 Thread Status: Not open for further replies. How do I find this new password?
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Part one In part one, you start the Recovery Console, create a temporary folder, back up the existing registry files to a new location, delete the registry files at their existing