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If you're able to get in, do a search for example *.doc or *.jpg depending on what kind of document/file you are looking for. Make sure your search parameters are the whole computer. These searches will pull up all files with that particular format you choose.

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User profile cannot be loaded


If you have an alternate profile on the machine, you can log in with that account and then find the folder with your profile and rename add ".old" to the end of it. When you log back in it will rebuild your profile and you can retrieve your data from the broken profile.

If you cannot access the profiles folder with another user account you will have to either use a Live Linux distribution or attach the hard drive to another device.

On Windows XP user profiles are located under C:\Documents and Settings\%profilename%

In Windows Vista/7/8 they are located under C:\Users\%profilename%

Where it says %profilename% you will need to change the corrupt profile and add .old to the end of it

Dec 15, 2013 | Compaq Computers & Internet

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Files in Desktop and User Account


The size of you user account has some effect on the speed of your computer during startup. You can view your user account size from the User Profiles frame mentioned above. Click on the Settings button in the User Profiles frame and you will see a list of users and the size of each of the users.

My own practice is to avoid storing files such as documents and pictures in my user account folders. Even though the user account has come pre-created with different folders for different types of documents such as the musics, pictures, bookmark favorites, documents and saved games, but I have dealt with problems that resulted from corrupted user profiles and the only way to recover the files is to connect the hard drive to another working machine. Well, that is way too troublesome for some people. In addition, some viruses attack through user profiles. Desktop files are stored in User Profiles. The more icons and files stored in the desktop, the slower startup you get. Thus, it will be wise to store the files to another drive or partition which will secure your files and also speed up your system slightly.

on Sep 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Hard drive recover


Hii frnds,
Recently i too had lost some of my files from my laptop in similar circumstance, so in order to recover those files i utilised Partition Undelete software. This tool recover laptop hard drive within few minutes. You can get this tool from internet for trial usage.

Dec 11, 2012 | Western Digital Computers & Internet

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When i sign in with my password I get a message saying - The User Profile Service service failed logon - User profile cannot be loaded. I wonder what I can do


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).

Jul 19, 2010 | HP Computers & Internet

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I just finished a season on nba 2k10 on my player mode but i can no longer load the profile its not the game because i can load another my player profile


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if you are having trouble loading your game profile this is a sign that you my have some corrupted data on your hard drive.

The link below will help you try to recover your save but you may have to delete the game profile to even formatting the hard drive.

http://www.fixya.com/support/r4853494-fix_playstation_3_corrupted_hard_drive

Let me know if you have any more problems or questions

Issken
http://www.fixya.com/users/issken

Jun 18, 2010 | 2K Games Video Game Consoles & Games

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Profile settings in administrator logon profile will not save (goes back to default settings). I created another profile and that works fine, but i really would like to solve the problem. Do not know if...


That's not Hp Problem but Windows vista problem. Your system may be a victim of virus or trojan or malware infection. Scan your system with a good antivirus and with any malware detection program with their lastest updates installed.

As far as the user profiles goes, you cannot recovered your profiles as the setting has not been saved. But if you have got any backup media with your earlier profiles intact then you can recovered it.

Mandatory profiles act the way as you say so check if you have set your profiles to mandatory by mistake.

Check if you have change any file with the name Ntuser.dat to Ntuser.man in C:\Documents and Settings\profile user name where C denotes the drive where Operating system is installed.


That's it.

Jan 12, 2010 | HP Pavilion TX2000Z Notebook

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The computer won't log me on.


Make a backup copy of all your data, including passwords, emails, settings, etc

Find another windows xp computer whether its a friends or another computer you have and get a memory stick or external hard drive ( which you will need ) on the working computer go into

c:\documents and settings

make a copy of the default user folder and copy that over the one on your laptop and try again.

I rebooted my system in 'safe mode' (which allowed me to login as
administrator), moved my files to the public area, and then deleted my
profile (using the Users option in Control Panel).

When I rebooted again, in normal mode, I could login as administrator, and
then moved my files back and rebuilt my profile manually.

The only problem was my forgetting about e-mail messages, which I did not
backup and have been lost permanently. Ug!!!

http://cherrybyte.blogspot.com/2007/07/fixing-user-profiles-in-vista.html


May 24, 2009 | HP Compaq Presario V2000 Notebook

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Windows XP - 'My Documents" missing!


In windows xp there could be multiple profiles.

Check under c:\documents and settings\

Everything in that folder is a user profile. some are system profiles like "all users", "default user", "Network Service" All the other profiles should be user profiles. In each user profile there is a my documents or a user's documents folder.

You should check there to see if you can find your files.

Mar 22, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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HP Pavillion


yes I can do that.But you need ship to my place Thailand
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May 03, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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