First thing I'd recommend is bringing your system up-to-date by running Software Update and getting it to 10.5.8, your profile indicates you are still on 10.5.7. Next thing you can try is restart in Safe Mode, this will clear some caches. It's possible one or more cache has become corrupt.
Thank you for your reply,
Unfortunately it did not work. Although I am not positive I got myself into System Preferences. I held the shift key at start up and got a progress bar on the grey screen/grey logo, it then brought me to what appeared to be my normal desktop (I know visually it is different on a PC) Either way, the iCloud panel popped up and I did my changes in my Login items. Then restarted to get the same issues as before.
PS, I'm running at 10.7.3, I neglected to update my profile for a while.
Thanks again for the help,
When you held down the Shift key on startup you rebooted into Safe Mode. Please read the complete Apple Advice letter that explains what a Safe Mode start is. To open System Preferences you will find that in your Applications folder or you use a shortcut by holding down the Command key and spacebar and type System Preferences.
Once in System Preferences click iCloud, and click the box that says Sign Out.
I don't believe I'm getting into safe mode. Like I wrote earlier I'm getting a progression bar before start up, however then my desktop looks the same (Launch pad loads slowly, however everything else is the same). I used a command from the support page that ypu provided to ensure I started up in safe mode. Either way I signed out, and restarted where I was greated with the same iCloud panel telling me I have the wrong password and such.
Thanks again for your help