|Be Fore Warned This is A last Resort Option And can cause loss of data and or some your own files even important ones. So if you use this method and do lose any of your files don't blame me you have been advised to use this method at your own risk..|
Reboot your computer press F8 before your computer starts booting into XP and select start in safe mode, once it boots up log in as the administrator there normally isn't a password for it, because it is only accessible in safe mode go into the control panel switch to classic view click on user accounts and enable the guest account, shutdown windows selecting restart when windows reboots log in as the guest, get to the control panel again, switch to classic view click on taskbar and start menu, select the second tab for start menu switch to classic start menu click okay, go back open the start menu select programs then accessories then system tools click on system restore look on your restore points for the nearest date to today or the day when you were not able to log in and select that as the point to restore to hopefully if you hadn't installed a lot of things you want lose much except maybe some very recent stuff that you had just installed or download in the last few days before you had this problem, or you may not lose anything at all it all depends on the saved restore point.. Don't blame me if you lose your files I didn't do it, and it can't be help when doing a system restore blame Microsoft for not making XP from 98 windows. But if you are lucky you may not lose anything at all and will be able to log back into windows like you did before. Now you have to wait for a long period of time for system restore to finish and then it should prompt you to restart XP to finish the process, after that you may or may not be able to log into windows like before depends on whether the restore point was before the problem occurred or not..