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    Re: Rebooting looping Win Xp Machines

    Just for anyone interested i found an anwser in to go to the registry in safe mode to HKEY_Local_machine\software\microsoft\windowsNT\cu rrentversion\Winlogon and to chance the gina.dll value\from C:\Program Files\symantec\ghost\ginastub.dll to C:\Windows\system32\msgina.dll
    reboot and wam bam it works!

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    Re: Rebooting looping Win Xp Machines

    Nice I wonder what gets shafted with my machines when they do this?

    Can't even access safe mode with mine.

    Not that it's too much of a problem now that users can shutdown a PC properly.

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