Locking up at Log in Screen


K

klafert

I posted a similar problem here before and I changed the ram and the network
card. I still having problems. However I was able to log in on another
workstation under my login name to the domain (windows server 2003) and I
don't get the same problem. The problems is when I log in from my Windows XP
Pro Workstation and try to log in - it always locks up on me. I have to
restart the computer and then I can log in the second time. I can use the
computer a while doing different things. Some days are fine and some days I
just lock up. It did get better after I changed out the ram. I changed out
the network card just to be sure. Same problem. I don't know if my profile
is damaged on the workstation. Should I create a new profile. If I do -
should I go log into the local computer and do it there since I can log into
the domain from another workstation and everything seems fine. I just did
this so I haven't been on long. However, I had no problems logging into the
domain from the 2nd Windows XP Pro workstation using my login to the domain.
 
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The poster formerly known as 'The Poster Formerly

There're a lot of handbags flying at the moment. Can we all take a slow
count to ten, please?

Perhaps we should all decamp to the crisps newsgroup.
[/QUOTE]
I posted a similar problem here before and I changed the ram and the network
card. I still having problems. However I was able to log in on another
workstation under my login name to the domain (windows server 2003) and I
don't get the same problem. The problems is when I log in from my Windows XP
Pro Workstation and try to log in - it always locks up on me. I have to
restart the computer and then I can log in the second time. I can use the
computer a while doing different things. Some days are fine and some days I
just lock up. It did get better after I changed out the ram. I changed out
the network card just to be sure. Same problem. I don't know if my profile
is damaged on the workstation. Should I create a new profile. If I do -
should I go log into the local computer and do it there since I can log into
the domain from another workstation and everything seems fine. I just did
this so I haven't been on long. However, I had no problems logging into the
domain from the 2nd Windows XP Pro workstation using my login to the domain.

Does it happen under safe mode? If not, run a back up of all data, then
clean out your startup with msconfig.
 
K

klafert

Should I just wipe out the workstation and reload Windows XP? I hoping that
not necessary!! But will!!
 
K

klafert

I will double check but I usually keep that clean.

The poster formerly known as 'The Poster said:
Perhaps we should all decamp to the crisps newsgroup.
I posted a similar problem here before and I changed the ram and the network
card. I still having problems. However I was able to log in on another
workstation under my login name to the domain (windows server 2003) and I
don't get the same problem. The problems is when I log in from my Windows XP
Pro Workstation and try to log in - it always locks up on me. I have to
restart the computer and then I can log in the second time. I can use the
computer a while doing different things. Some days are fine and some days I
just lock up. It did get better after I changed out the ram. I changed out
the network card just to be sure. Same problem. I don't know if my profile
is damaged on the workstation. Should I create a new profile. If I do -
should I go log into the local computer and do it there since I can log into
the domain from another workstation and everything seems fine. I just did
this so I haven't been on long. However, I had no problems logging into the
domain from the 2nd Windows XP Pro workstation using my login to the domain.

Does it happen under safe mode? If not, run a back up of all data, then
clean out your startup with msconfig.
[/QUOTE]
 
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K

klafert

I checked the MSconfig and there was a %systemroot%\\system32\\dumprep 0 -u
I unchecked it and so far seems good testing it for a day or so see how it
runs.
 

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