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Hi my windows xp is auto logging off right at the moment that i logg on.
I got a legal version of XP Media Center and i have had no problems untill i installed IE 7.0

I have been looking all day on google and everywhere i know about.
And the only close thing to the problem i have found is a Ad-aware error.
And i dont use ad-aware.

I have allso tried to boot in safe mode and it wont work.

Well i might think it is a req edit or something, i dont know. But please help me fast. Im in fast need of help.

"Im sitting on Vista from the same computer

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Hi my windows xp is auto logging off right at the moment that i logg on.
I got a legal version of XP Media Center and i have had no problems untill i installed IE 7.0

I have been looking all day on google and everywhere i know about.
And the only close thing to the problem i have found is a Ad-aware error.
And i dont use ad-aware.

I have allso tried to boot in safe mode and it wont work.

Well i might think it is a req edit or something, i dont know. But please help me fast. Im in fast need of help.

"Im sitting on Vista from the same computer

Hi!

I don't know what is your problem but I can come with a suggestion. I have a friend that had a virus, his computer restarts about 10 sec after he has logged on his XP login. Was this your problem or maybe I didn't understand.

Hope it helps!

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Well i actually fixed this with a windows repair !"with i hate

But that led to more problems and now i cannot report any errors to ms or get a automated update or loggon to "steam" msn or other things... and it says something about wininet.dll and i found the file and so want to delete it.....

Well any hints here how to fix it... BTW XP is really starting to piss me off! I have used XP just as long as Vista on 2 machines. And i have had more problems with xp than anything else... and i dont even use secuity with Vista....

-Please im in need of help!

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