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Logon problem as we logon to the system it gives message logging off

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Re: logon problem

Restore your computer by going to Start->All programs->Accessories->System Tools->Restore... All the best

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Re: logon problem

Try to replace tour keyboard, if the problem still occurs, run tyour computer using the cd click repair checkdisk

Posted on Oct 06, 2007

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Windows xp pro logon error message "unable to log you on because your account has been locked out"

If your computer is a part of a business network, you should contact the network administrator so he/she would setup or reconfigure your user account correctly.

If it's a home computer, you'll have to log on as Administrator to unlock your account. To do so:
  1. Click Start -> Log off (user name).
  2. Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete twice.
  3. Type Administrator in the user name and fill in the Administrator account's password. Leave blank if there isn't any.
  4. Once logged in, Click Start -> Run...
  5. Type in: LUSRMGR.MSC and click OK.
  6. Double-click on Users folder.
  7. Double-click on your locked user account.
  8. Uncheck "Account is disabled" and click OK.
  9. Close "Local Users and Groups" window.
  10. Click Start -> Log off Administrator.
  11. Login to your user account!
Note: If you don't have access to the Administrator account (because you don't have the password), please do tell and I'll give you the instructions on how to reset it.


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Auto logon in Windows 7

You can use automatic logon to log on to your Windows 7
without having to type a user name or password.
(With automatic logon you will not see this anymore)


Configure Windows 7 to auto logon a specific user:

1. Open the Start Menu>All programs>Accessories>Run
(When you open this copy it) control userpasswords2
click the OK button.


2. Click on the user account name,
that you want to have automatically log on to highlight it.
Uncheck the Users must enter a user name and password
to use this computer box.
click the OK button.


3. If the listed box blank - unchecked.
Click on the user account name,
that you want to have automatically log on to highlight it.
click the OK button.


4. In the Password field, enter the selected user account's password.
If the user account does not have a password, then leave this field empty.
click the OK button.


5. Restart your system, and you’re automatically logged in to Windows 7.

on Jan 26, 2010 | Operating Systems

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Iget yhe Yahoo page. It says

this can be due to two reasons.
first if you are trying to sign in ... it is possible that someone has logged on with you id so yahoo is denying another logon attempt. sometimes trying to log on when yahoo messenger is also logged in at the same time gives this error message. seleting temporary internet files can also help.

otherwise if this message comes up when trying to make a new yahoo id .. it simply means it is taken by someone else so try some other id.

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Logon issue in a domain trust - Win 2003

Are you logging in through terminal services? If so you need to give the user "allow logon through terminal services" permission in group policy.

Otherwise you need to give the user "allow logon locally" permission on the domain controller.

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Automatic program start-up not wanted on my computer

Click on Start, the run. In the box type in msconfig.

Click on the startup tab. Uncheck each program you do not want to start up with your computer. Keep in mind that some items are required for startup for windows so don't uncheck anything you are not sure of.

Exit and restart. Once it restarts you'll get a message just click ok to exit out of that message and those programs will no longer start up with your computer.

Thanks and please take a brief moment to give this solution a rating of fixya.

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Log on issues/ no start button

it probably gave you an administrator account... it could be that you accidently formated ur pc...
try this:
1. go to C:\Documents and Settings and see if your account is listed there... if it is, than your data is not lost...
2. go to Control Panel > user accounts, and see if there is your account there, it might be hidden...

let me know what happened...

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Userinit Logon application has stopped working

you can copy your data to pen drive or other partition or you can write the data to the cd or dvd

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Logon problem

you go on cmd prompt.and give the command gpedit.msc
after this u go window setting and then scripts..
and loggon select ,open and there remove the folder after this you must be restart

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Login problem

hi selvathinesh
the problem is in ur operating system just reinstall it would not show any messages trust me


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As i logon the sysem it automatically logoff

boot up the pc but keep pressing F8, this will start you in safe mode screen. When the options come up choose last known good configuration and let it reboot. You should now get into windows, if not then the system files will need repairing using you XP cd, so you will need to set your bios by pressing F2 or Del on boot up, select advanced cmos settings and change your cdrom to first boot device and then save and exit, insert your cd then when prompted hit enter to boot from cd. When the installation files have installed press R for repair and not install as none of your files or docs or settings will be lost if you just press R for repair

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