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    My Computer automatically logs OFF

    After I start my computer, when I click on the login icon my computer logged in and then automatically loged off on its own. After that I click on turn off button it get turned off. Whats the problem in my computer and how it will be rectify?


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    Hi,

    Problem not clear..Plz give more details...

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    Anoop :)
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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    I think your computer is affected by virus. Next time when you are able to work on your computer (may be in safe mode), update your antivirus s/w.

    It may also be the case that a startup program is running that is logging-off your computer. Press and hold the escape button on your keyboard immediately after you click on Login icon. This may deactivate that startup program.

    If none of the above helps you work on your computer, then I think you should take the help of your administrator or reinstall the operating system.

    Lack of WILL POWER has caused more failure than
    lack of INTELLIGENCE or ABILITY.

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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    In addition to Sutnarchas Comment, I think you may have to re-install your operating System. I hope you have had your computer partitioned initially, just to ensure that information is not totally lost.

    I suggest Re-installation as a last resort.


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    hrmm I also think that you have a virus, i dont know how to fix it because i dont really remember but you have to go to start>run> type in windows or shut down or something and u will be able to make your comp from logging off. Maybe i'm thinkin gof something else


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    i think that is because of your screen saver is on and Resume time is too less. and you have choosen to display welcome screen and prompt for password on resume.


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    i am sure this is problem with virus only


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    this can be virus problem or your os misssing some file.


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    Once you restart your computer then the problem will be cleared.


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    once you restart your computer login to safe mode by pressing F8 during startup and see if you can do a system restore on the last date the computer was running correctly or delete any software that you think may be the cause of the problem.
    If the problem persists and you are using a Vista window, boot up the computer with a Vista CD recovery disk that is free of charge at microsoft website


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    its virus problem


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    ya its virus problem (dats nt a big problem)

    if u said that wat types of message appear before logging off.,

    then i solve d problem.


    rakesh(raku)
    kiit university,orissa


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    its a defiinetly virus problem you need to install operating system other drive and save data through it and then format c: drive its working


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    firstly try to boot in safe mode
    if its working thats ok and if the problem is same than ur os file booting file is currupet
    reinstall os


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    HI friend,

    i dont sure but might be my answer can help you:
    1. This type of error can come if you any setting update in control panels with system , so what my suggestion is check the control panel system all settings.

    2. There can be possibility to correct ur operating system itself or there can be virus in your system, so if this is the case then you should dos format your PC and referesh all the contents. and from next time install the antivirus.


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    Please refresh your system


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    reinstall your Operating System


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    restore your system on date where yr system was ok.


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    First u install good anti virus, then u scan all drives.


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    Re: My Computer automatically logs OFF

    hi,
    If u think that ur system is fully protected with the good anti virus then the system user profile will be coruptted if it logoff automatically after the login.


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