Windows XP start error after access to the hard drive from another computer

Computer laptop Windows XP went bad because of a bad graphics card.  Bought a new computer at the same time with Windows 7.  Pull the hard drive of the laptop to get the files back.  Had to change the permissions to grant access.  Now when I try to start the windows XP laptop, I get a "windows cannot load the user's profile but you has logged on with the default profile" and then a "windows Explorer has encountered a problem" appears and I can't do anything with it.  When I select 'close' the screen goes gray, then the same message appears.  I have to use the Task Manager to restart.  I did a repair of my XP install disc and also a system restore and still the same problem.  Help!

Also, running service pack 3 before the repair.  Now on service pack 2 that I cannot access windows update to get updates.

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Computer laptop Windows XP went bad because of a bad graphics card.  Bought a new computer at the same time with Windows 7.  Pull the hard drive of the laptop to get the files back.  Had to change the permissions to grant access.  Now when I try to start the windows XP laptop, I get a "windows cannot load the user's profile but you has logged on with the default profile" and then a "windows Explorer has encountered a problem" appears and I can't do anything with it.  When I select 'close' the screen goes gray, then the same message appears.  I have to use the Task Manager to restart.  I did a repair of my XP install disc and also a system restore and still the same problem.  Help!

Also, running service pack 3 before the repair.  Now on service pack 2 that I cannot access windows update to get updates.

You have another administrative user you can connect to the system with and change the owner and permissions on the folder Documents and Settings of the other user with?

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