Click the Tools menu, and select Folder Options. In the white line Start Search area, type regedit and press Enter. This never worked for me because my original default Admin user account does not have a problem. Since we likely know why, we need to at least find a way to get into the account and recover our personal files. Create a new local user account.
My screen hanged and turned black, some desktop icons reappear when I move the mouse around. This is simply the system 'corrupted' the profile of that account you normally log into. Okay so the profile got corrupted. Use the up and down arrow keys to select Safe Mode if it is not selected then press Enter on your keyboard. Click on to see a list of programs that should be disabled. Start your computer in Safe Mode.
When rebooting in tap f8 but it doesn't come up safe mode. You should be able to logon again and see both profile folders. When rebooting in tap f8 but it doesn't come up safe mode. General Discussion When I try to log onto a user account it logs me into this screen on a temporary profile. It says my password or username are incorrect.
More often than not it seems like simply rebooting over and over again and again works -- no magic number of reboots however. The logo and all pops up, but instead of going to my desktop, I am told that 'The User Profile Service failed the logon. I'm assuming I need to get that changed to local. However, if you are still getting the Profile cannot be loadedmessage, that is because you previously tried to log in using the same account while the user profile drive was missing, then 1. C In the left pane, right click on the second S-1-5.
Your profile should be clean now. Can I some how restart my laptop with connection to iPad? Your a genius thanks so simple and other people make it so difficult. This is to open Registry Editor utility. See screenshot below B Remove only. I am using a laptop that has a second hard drive for storing my user profiles. System restore is turned off.
The User Profile Service service failed the logon. Any help would be greatly appreciated. At this point, the user is non existent on the local machine. Now scroll down and click Registry Editor. I would use the event log as stated by the bubble, but I don't know how to use it.
If you are unable to log in, you will need to load Safe Mode when the computer starts up. Okay so the profile got corrupted. You should be able to logon again and see both profile folders. Removing the bug if such exists won't repair corruption, correct registry changes, or replace missing or damaged files. You should backup your important data to removable media on a regular basis. It runs on windows 7. First right click on the default or infected profile and click Rename.
Restart and logon Domain with account. There are several ways of getting at least your files backed up, including using a boot disk like Hirens or a Linux Live disk, using another admin profile, etc. The solution is to fix the user account profile, which requires you to modify the registry. After automatic updates last night when closing down Lenovo B320, this morning, I am unable to go into windows to access my desktop or files 1. When I select my profile, the password prompt box does not. Look carefully now and if you see: A.
Or even create a new admin user. Restart and logon Domain with account. I was, however, allowed to login with a newly created user, and that profile gets created properly. It says my password or username are incorrect. If that does not work, boot off the Windows 7 disk and select a Repair setup, that should fix things, although if it's an issue with the administrator user registry or files, things won't work well. I can't do a system restore because I can't log into my computer and I don't want to reinstall windows because I will lose everything. Is there something that we may have done wrong to cause this or is there something that we can do to fix it? You can tell it from the Value data which shows the user account.
When you are trying to log on to Windows 7 with your account, if you receive this error message: The User Profile Service failed the logon. Type exit to close the command prompt. Close registry editor and restart your computer. Restart in Safe Mode Recently, Notebooks. Since the problem seemed like a one in a million shot, we eventually settled on copying the contents of the other user profile into a new user profile through the hidden administrator account. And hope that would help you as well if you are encountering the same issue. Right-click on the folder and select Rename.