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States "the user profile service failed the login-User profile cannot be loaded --Cannot get into computer at all
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This message is what windows uses to let you know your desktop profile is corrupt.
There are a few ways to go about fixing.
1) reboot into safe mode, create a new user account.
Here is a Step by Step provided by Microsoft.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
Log on computer in safe Mode by pressing F8 Key when computer start and logon to administrator account after then create a new account and make him administrator and now restart your computer then logon by new account
After then copy your old account data from user folder/old username/desktop and my documents etc. to your new account.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
SOURCE: my Acer Aspire 5630 laptop
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
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
This happens when the user profile is deleted and the Group policy is changed. Somehow, your computer was processing and using the group policy and corrupted it when it suddenly crashed.
Try logging into safe mode, and select Administrator profile. Once inside Right click
Computer > properties > Advanced System Settings > Advanced Tab.
under User Profiles click on Settings. in the box select the profile then click Delete. Once done, hit Apply.
Note: you need to be careful with the following steps as this may damage your machine, unless you know what you're doing. Be careful.
next is run/open Regedit and navigate to :
right-click the sid that you want to remove, and then delete it.
Restart the machine then create a new profile.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 05, 2011
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