His user setup is fine so it may well be that the Documents and Settings
directory got hosed...

Thanks John,

Chuck

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Subject: Re: [PCTECH] WEIRD Windows 2000 Pro Problem

I'd guess the user list or "Documents and Settings" directory got hosed.


Log in as Administrator & Manage Computer. Check his user enrollment.

Also do a CHKDSK /F.

Beyond that, I couldn't say. I've not encountered that issue before.
Maybe Walden or another of the MS gurus will have an idea.


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