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#1 ZephlynD

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 02:26 PM

Two days ago I shut my computer down after it had been running for about 4 days. I turned it off because I had gotten some memory errors saying I couldnt start microsoft publisher because I didnt have enough free space. I have 800GB so I knew that was wrong. Anyways upon reboot it started showing me an error message that stated "Interactive Logon Initialization Process Failed" and then it has the option to click ok. Upon clicking ok it tries to load again. The screen will go black and then bring the error back up. So I read about a way to get rid of it using Windows Defender Offline. To no avail. It hasnt found anything wrong. Ive tried using windows disk to repair and nothing there either. I used bootrec.exe to try to get everything back up and running, that didnt work either. I have no access to windows at the moment so anything I do has to be done from either a bootable flash drive or CD or using command prompt. Does anyone know how to fix this?

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Posted 19 June 2012 - 10:42 AM

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