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This is a simple fix that can be done in a few minutes or less. It is a problem with either an update from MSFT that had gone awry or an attack from a virus... Anyhow the steps to take are relatively simple just follow along.
1 - go to this site and it will walk you through step by step
This is way too vague a problem description to be able to even make a suggestion.
What kind of Laptop?
What operating system?
Any problems getting to the login screen?
Are you able to log in, but not load the profile; or not log in at all?
Is this after starting a machine that was off, after logging off and back on, or when trying to switch users?
Are you logging on with a local account or a domain/network account?
How many profiles are on the PC?
How much space is available on the HDD?
Does it load a temporary profile, or just error-out?
go into control panel and create a new user (dont make it the same name as your old profile) then restart the pc and log into that new profile. To retrieve all your settings favourites etc you will need to say what version of windows you are using
It seems that your profile got corrupt, simply login from the administrator account of your computer,
You can solve the issue by procedure below
go to my computer>users>your profile> and copy all of your required data including outlook data if you are using to external drive or other partition (e.g D Drive)
then delete the profile folder from your laptop from c:\users\your profile
restart your laptop and try to login again from your username/password, if it stills give the problem,
Login via administrator account, go to Start>run> and type
control userpasswords2 and press enter, here you will see your profile, simply delete your profile and restart again, when the computer boots up again it should show you your profile if not again login via administrator account and recreate your profile and restart your laptop
after you login to your account, simply copy your data back to its location
if you require more assistance feel free to reply to this post
This notebook has bees setup to login to a network, possibly it was a work notebook. To login on the notebook and not the Domain (work network), click on the box below password where the domain name is displayed and then select "This computer" then enter your password.
Login in as an administrator. There is a problem on the user profile that you are logging in. In order to correct that, just login as administrator. Then create another profile. Afterwards, back up the files that you store in the profile that has a problem. You can access it in C:\Documents and Settings\User Folder (user folder is the profile that has a problem).
Click on More option in Login POP UP Windows. Select local computer instead of Domain and then type local amdinistrator user name & Password
to get into compoter. Once you login into laptop, check IP configuration in LAN Card setting. If needed remove computer from domain and rejoin it.
even if you mistakenly joined a domain you can still log in through your existing id and password.
Once your press CTRL+ALT+DEL, you will see a login window with three fields namely: user id, password and Domain.
In the log in screen use the drop-down menu in front of Domain (which shows your new domain- most likey MSHome) and choose 'this computer'. After this, enter your old/existing user id and password and hit enter.
Please proceed to your system settings and change your domain back to Workgroup. Restart PC.
In active directory on the server you need to create a network admin user and any other normal users u want to have access to the domain. Then you have to add the pc to the domain using the network admin user. After this u can log on to the pc with the network admin or the other created user names.