N/APosted on - 08/10/2011
I am facing a problem with my PC. My Windows XP boots up as usual to the log on screen. As soon as I impute my password, Windows plays the log on sound and then just automatically log me off again. I have had many attempts to try and get windows to stay running including booting from CD and repair but unsuccessful.
I don’t know what I should do now. I tried to run my pc in safe mode (F8 method), but I didn’t get any result. I am planning on getting a new PC soon, but need access to my user account as there are many important documents for my work.
How it will be solved automatic logging off problem?
In your problem you have to re install your Windows XP and restore all of your system. Rather you leave your boot system. Because it turns negative effects on your computer. Therefore you can not get your document from your Computer. You can also apply one term, at the time of starting When shown in repair computer, you can apply 'Start in Safe mode'. after all you can copy paste or safe your essential documents or programs. Then you Delete your Windows from your system and 'C' drive.
I have also faced this problem before and I do the same as above solution. Don't worry about it. you do not need to buy new PC refer to this problem. you can increase your system by upgrading version.