I have two profiles on ps3 so when boots up you can choose between the two of them.
i am not able to slect either 1 of them
i am able to push the ps button and turn of the controller and the system but i am unable to get into either of my profiles
there are no password on the profiles
do you know what is causing this problem ?
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1. Go to Menu>Choose Settings>Connectivity 2. Go to Data Accounts 3. Create New Account. GPRS/ PS Data Account Name: MyGlobe GPRS APN: www.globe.com.ph 4. Save Account 5. Go to Browser, Slect Options and click Internet Settings 6. Add New Profile Name: MyGlobe WAP Connect Using: MyGlobe GPRS IP ADDRESS: 203.177.042.214 ADVANCED Chg. Homepage: MyGlobe GPRS Address: http://www.globe.com.ph/globe.asp Save Profile
MyGlobe Internet Settings
1. Go to Menu>Choose Settings>Connectivity 2. Go to Data Accounts 3. Create New Account. GPRS/ PS Data Account Name: MyGlobe INTERNET APN: internet.globe.com.ph 4. Save Account
MyGlobe MMS Settings
1. Go to Menu>Choose Settings>Connectivity 2. Go to Data Accounts 3. Create New Account. GPRS/ PS Data Account Name: MyGlobe MMS APN: mms.globe.com.ph 4. Save Account 5. Go to Messages>Picture Messages>Option>Internet Profile 6. Create New Profile Name: MyGlobe MMS Connect Using: MyGlobe MMS IP ADDRESS: 203.177.042.214 7. Save Profile 8. Select the profile MyGlobe MMS in Internet Profile 9. Save Settings 10. Go to Messages>Picture Messages >Options 11. Edit Message Server
12. From Message Settings, make your Internet Profile: MyGlobe MMS
If you have windows XP, then restart your computer and keep tapping F8 key until you get windows advanced boot menu, choose last known good configuration and hit enter.
If the above step does not work, got to the advanced boot menu and choose safe mode, click on administrator, (usually password for this account will not be set) and create a new user account. restart the computer you should be able to login to windows, later you can access your old documents, desktop etc by using the following steps
double click on my computer double click on c drive double click on Documents and settings folder double click on the folder with your previous username
Login to Facebook
Choose Profile at top of screen
Choose Edit My Profile just below your photo
Choose the Photos tab
Choose Profile Pictures album
Choose Edit Profile Picture
Pick one of your pictures or upload a new picture.
If you choose an existing picture, scroll to bottom and choose Make Profile Picture.
Save and you're done
Try this 1. Boot using your winxp cd. 2. Enter recovery console. 3. at the command prompt go to C:/windows/system32 4. next type: copy userinit.exe wsaupdater.exe 5. exit and reboot normally. You should now be able to logon. But you're not done yet! 6. run regedit 7. find the Userinit key in: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsNTCurrentVersionWinlogon 8. modify the entry: C:WINDOWSSystem32wsaupdater.exe so that it reads: C:WINDOWSSystem32userinit.exe
Install a working CD-ROM drive.
Put your Windows XP disk into the CD-ROM drive.
Boot the computer from the CD-drive.
If you are very careful, and read the installation questions carefully,
and respond accurately, you can install another copy of Windows
onto the 'C:' drive, AND CHOOSE A FOLDER NAME THAT IS *NOT* 'C:\WINDOWS'.
Eventually, you can copy all your files from your "old" MY DOCUMENTS folder to your "new" MY DOCUMENTS folder.
It is repairable but some of your settings maybe lost.
You will need the windows xp disk. Boot from it and when it say searching for previous windows installations. Choose repair it is very important that you choose repair otherwise it will erase everything.
-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.
-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.
-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.
-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 screenLogin 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
Press F8 on the onset of the pc's startup. You'll be redirected to the advanced boot configuration. Select Safe Mode and will be redirected to the login screen. Choose Administrator as the login. As soon as you were able to login under the administrator profile,
follow this. Go to control panel --> User Accounts --> select the
Account that you're having difficulty loggin in --> remove password
---> delete all characters under the field ---> click OK. Restart
the computer normally.
If it happens that the administrator login also asks the same
password, this would mean that your own profile is the administrator
and the only way to eliminate this would be to do a Repair or OS