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I am using Easy One Siver Notebook,Model 7521N installed with Windows Xp,I cant get past Login,it just logs off Automaticaly,I have tried reinstalling a new copy of xp.The drive seems not to be working.

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Hello,

Try this 1

1) When you switch ON your computer, start tapping the "F8" key to get

"Windows Advanced Options Menu" options ( if boot menu appears, press "Esc"

key and keep tapping the F8 key)

2) Select the option "Last Known Good Configuration".

If the problem still exists then follow the step 1 and this time select the option

"Safe Mode". Let me know if you are able to boot into "Safe Mode" or "Safe Mode

with Command Prompt".

Good Luck
Hi Jack4rall,i have tried the above steps but it does the each time i try to login,it automatically logs off
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Hello,

Try this 1

First make a make a USB bootable to edit the registry values.

1) Click on the below hyperlink "Lazesoft Recovery Suite" and follow the

instructions.

Lazesoft Recovery Suite

Download the "Lazesoft Recovery Suite Home Edition" and install it.

2) Connect your pen drive --> Open the "Lazesoft Recovery Suite" --> Click on

"Burn CD/USB Disk" --> Click on "Next" --> Select the option "USB Flash" and

click on "Commit" and then follow the onscreen instructions.

3) After creation of bootable USB, reboot your PC and boot from it.

[Note : Make sure that you have selected the first boot device as USB in BIOS or

select the USB device from the boot menu after pressing its corresponding key]

4) After booting from the USB, select the option "Lazesoft Live CD [EMS Enabled]"

--> Then select the option "Windows Recovery" --> Select your OS from the

given menu and click on OK --> Click on "Repair Tools" tab --> Now at the left

side, click on "Registry Editor" from the list --> Now at the right side, click on the

"Registry Editor" button --> "Registry Editor" will be opened -->

At the left side, navigate to the below location.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE --> SOFTWARE --> Microsoft --> Windows NT --> CurrentVersion --> Winlogon

At the right side, find the strings shell & userinit and check the following

shell value data should be
Explorer.exe

userinit value data should be
C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe,

If shell and userinit are having different data values then edit it.

Just double click on the values of shell and userinit and enter its "Values Data"

as given below

shell value data should be Explorer.exe

userinit value data should be C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe,

Note: there is "," at the end of userinit.exe

5) After editing it, click on the "Write Changes to Disk" button (It can be found

at the bottom left side) --> Click on OK.

Close the "Registry Editor" and "Windows Recovery" window and click on

"Reboot" button.

Good Luck

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