within the Windows XP Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. When I turned it on, It would go past the XP screen and continuously reboot.Yesterday, our computer around 6PM got a fake antivirus virus that popped up and installed automatically. Later, about 2 hours later, I got another one that popped up on my task bar called "Antivirus 2010". Today i started up our computer, and I got Antivirus 2010 again. Then I could not access the internet via Google Chrome, so i tried AOL. I then hit F8 many times, and got the menu(not sure what its called) and make it so it would not auto-reboot on system failure.
__________ Usually, clearing this up would take two steps: 1) Clean-booting with a CD/DVD-based operating system and performing malware removal.
2) Performing a Repair installation of Windows XP (& afterwards updating Windows and antimalware software).
It then said AVG Rescue CD complete, press any key to exit.
I then went on my PC and hit F2 on startup to edit the BIOS. When i restarted my computer i got the error during the boot of the USB..."Missing Operating System".
I went and removed Yesterday, our computer around 6PM got a fake antivirus virus that popped up and installed automatically. I then got this error on a blue screen when i booted and had it set to not auto-reboot: Quote: c000021a The Windows logon process system process terminated unexpectedly with a status o f 0xc0000022 (0x00000000, 0x0000000) The system has been shut down.
I do not have a XP installation disc, or any other windows recovery discs.
This Stop message also can occur as a result of malware infestation or when the computer is restarted after a system administrator has modified permissions so that the SYSTEM account no longer has adequate permissions to access system files and folders.
For your system, it's Winlogon that can't clear the hurdle.
You can then scan your partitions for malware & delete what you can.
If your make/model came with an operating system disk, you might be able to order one from their support website.
So now, if there is anything that Windows Recovery Console can do to help, we now have that option.