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Old 11-02-2007, 09:17 PM   #1
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ive been trying to log on and it either doesnt work or it just crashes the explorer.exe system program doesnt want to log the desktop and when i log into the user it shows bcmwltry.exe application error
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Old 11-02-2007, 09:47 PM   #2
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Default Re: login system for xp

See what happens when you boot into safe mode..
If you can, run some scans, see what that comes out with, sounds like something is corrupt.

What are the system specs?
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Old 11-03-2007, 08:43 AM   #3
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well that error is a broadcom application thing so im thinkin it got corrupt somehow and if you can get in using safemode then try restoring to a before point or running scans as above said.

if that fails it seem to me your simplest option would be a system repair.

assumng you have an XP disk

1. Boot up your PC with the XP cd in the drive.
2. When prompted press enter to boot from CD
3. XP should now start to load a couple of files
4. You will then be prompted with a blue screen "Welcome to Setup"
5. Press enter (although repair is an option here you dont want this as its for more advanced use)
6. Press F8 to agree the license agreement
7. Now hopefully you should be able to see something along the lines of
C:\Windows "Microsoft Windows XP"
8. Make sure its highlighted and press "R" to repair.
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Old 11-03-2007, 03:58 PM   #4
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Default Re: login system for xp

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well that error is a broadcom application thing so im thinkin it got corrupt somehow and if you can get in using safemode then try restoring to a before point or running scans as above said.

if that fails it seem to me your simplest option would be a system repair.

assumng you have an XP disk

1. Boot up your PC with the XP cd in the drive.
2. When prompted press enter to boot from CD
3. XP should now start to load a couple of files
4. You will then be prompted with a blue screen "Welcome to Setup"
5. Press enter (although repair is an option here you dont want this as its for more advanced use)
6. Press F8 to agree the license agreement
7. Now hopefully you should be able to see something along the lines of
C:\Windows "Microsoft Windows XP"
8. Make sure its highlighted and press "R" to repair.
+1 for you that is good and i was going to do the repair bit!!
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Old 11-04-2007, 09:47 PM   #5
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Default Re: login system for xp

thanks alot guys the safe mode didnt work so i did the restore with the xp cd pain in the ass to figure it out but i got it working. not too smart with computer's im just a gamer thanks again
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