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My laptop cant load my profile so gives me a temporary profile and cant restore

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Create new account and delete previous account set and the account type administrator.

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Cannot load profile


Can't load profile is a common error. It means your profile is corrupt. You can try logging in under a different profile, if that let's you in you can run System Restore. If there is no 2nd profile to load to, it's time to reload the OS.

Oct 30, 2013 | PC Desktops

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Computer stopped midway during a restore point and now cannot be restored or backed up or transfer files. Nothing is being recognized by the system. The restore disc is not being recognized by the drive...


reformat the hard drive and try to re-install the disk.. you hard drive it too full and cannot load temporary files that need to extract to install components and op sys. format the hard drive.
please rate this post.. thanks.

Dec 01, 2010 | Gateway 505GR PC Desktop

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Hi i forgot my users password an i cant reestart the laptop its a dell laptop windows7 home premium can u help me restart the computer


There are 3 options for your problem:
1. You can boot to WinRE(Windows Recovery Console), run the command prompt. Go to the WINDOWS directory. Rename magnify.exe to magnify.old. Rename cmd.exe to magnify.exe. Restart your computer and boot normally. On the log in screen, click on Ease of Access. Select the option for magnifier. It will open command prompt instead of magnifier. Type the command: control userpasswords2. It will give you the option to reset the password.

2. Run in safe mode. Log in using the profile Administrator. Go to control panel then user accounts. You can change the password of your profile.

3. Dell systems have the built-in factory image restore. It can be found in the WinRE. To go to WinRE, turn system off, power on computer, after pressing the power button, tap on F8 till it gives you a screen that says Advanced Boot Options. Select Repair your Computer. Click on a few things for the language. Then you will have a window that says Windows Recovery Console. Click on Dell Factory Image Restore. Then there you go! it will restore the system back to its factory settings.

Hope this helps!

Sep 08, 2010 | PC Desktops

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My lg computer is not switching on onto the local profile. Instead, it creates a temporary profile everytime I switch it on. And all the data I save in this profile is lost when I turn the computer off....


I think that you're best chances are to restore the windows to a previous good configuration. The process depends on the type of windows you have. If you need further information, please tell me which type of windows you have.

Mar 02, 2010 | PC Desktops

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When i switch my pc on it goes to the profile screen as normal but when i select the profile i wish to use the screen just freezes and will not go any further. i have left it some time in hope it would...


Please follow this steps to solve your problem.
1. Start your computer
2. Press F8 after the system boot screen to show the operating system start up menu
3. Choose Safe Mode
4. Access your profile.(If you cant access your profile in safe mode then your operating system has a problem on it and should be reinstall).
5. But if you can access then restore your computer from the earlier time using system restore.
6. Restart

Oct 31, 2009 | PC Desktops

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What software would you recommend to fix my computer from freezing up. I have tried a couple registry fix programs in the past but still having problems. I have Vista Home OS.


this website will give yo more info than any other .http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/135858-user-profile-error-logged-temporary-profile.html

Oct 17, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 531s Desktop Computer

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I log on my password but my password connot open my laptop. saying the user profile service failed the logon user profile cannot be loaded.


You are not the only one!
Please have a look at this posting (click here) and then work carefully through the tutorial. (available here) Read it through first to familiarize yourself with the steps required, gather your disks and so forth, and then step by step work through it. You should be able to work it out. Be advised, that if you follow method two to delete your old user profile you will lose the contents of that folder,including my documents. Therefore, try first to do a system restore or apply method 1 to repair the profile.
Best of luck!

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread. If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take a moment to kindly rate this post....thanks!

Apr 03, 2009 | PC Desktops

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2 problems at almost same time


Try System Restore. It Resets your computer back to an earlier time. Windows XP has this built in.

Dec 24, 2008 | HP Pavilion a630n (PC109A#ABA) PC Desktop

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Forgot my admin password how do logon


-There are two ways to access system 1 is for the admin and the other is for users.

-If you have forgotten the password for the USER , you may want to try this thing.

Winsows XP:
-Restart the computer-press f8 until you reach windows advance option menu-click safemode w/ command prompt-type c:windows\system32\restore\rstrui.exe -choose a date that you remember you can logon properly on your system.
- Follow the instructions given to perform the System Restore process.

Windows Vista:
-Restart system -press f8 until you reach windows advance option menu select REPAIR -select appropriate language settings -choose system restore.- GUI system restore page will come up -choose a date that you remember you can logon properly on your system.

-LAST OPTION
- Boot using the WinVista Installation DVD, then Run Repair Options- Launch command prompt, then type
-net user administrator /active:yes
-This will enable the “The Administrator account” in vista. Then try to boot normally back in vista.Take note that “The Administrator” account will be an option in the login screen Login using the administrator account then browse on the damaged profile under c:\users\exampleprofile Then try to copy all the files on the folder to a temporary folder. Delete the damaged profile eg. c:\users\exampleprofile .Create a new User Profile with the same name as the damaged user profile. You can do this in Control panel/User Account . Copy all the files from the temporary folder to the new user profile created. Restart system
-IF No..GO -Back-up -Reinstall windows

Oct 11, 2008 | PC Desktops

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