Can't Login

i have a problem to login to my profile. After i click "enter" appear "the network path was not found". I try restart but still have same problem. But it's ok if login by guest profile. Also can login by safe mode without network. I suspect it form network driver but i check in device manager it's ok. It's 1st used after installation. Please anyone help me.

please help me..!!!


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Your computer may be trying to use roaming profiles or the NETLOGON service failed. I am assuming you are using the Release Candidate or a later build? Network path not found means it is trying to logon to a domain or a profile that exists on your network. Can you give us more of an idea about your hardware?

problem settle...log by safe mode n then create new profile...login by that new profile n delete the current...thank's to all


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