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i can't start windows vista

i start my computer then ill arrived to the identification, i put my password and it says the programm failed to logon in the service is the good password and still it doent work. I use windows vista.
if anyone can help me.
thanks in advance

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Try another account on the machine.

In reply to: i can't start windows vista

I'm starting to see "CORRUPT PROFILES" on Vista. (see google) But the lesson here is to always have a spare account.

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no other account

In reply to: Try another account on the machine.

well there is no other account, so no possibility to start
is it possible to restore the system?

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Even Vista has boot options.

In reply to: no other account

Let's review those.

Here's your pick of articles but remember I'm working in a vacuum here. You elected to share only a few details such as it runs Vista. No make, model or longer story so I have to guess that the maker and their modified OEM Windows Install allowed those other boot options. I could guess wrong.

Booting safe mode may let you use system restore.

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