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Does not recognize my profile

When I turn my computer on it goes on to a temporary profile

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Hmm...try to run it on Safe Mode(F8) during start up, and see if you can reset the user panel from control panel

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Plug your laptop's power adapter into the docking station and dock your laptop onto/into the docking station. If there is no power going to your laptop from the docking station but it works when the power adapter is plugged into the wall, the docking station is bad and needs to be replaced. Plug your power adapter into the docking station and dock your laptop onto/into the docking station. If power goes on but your computer doesn't recognizes accessories such as a USB mouse--plugged into the docking station, try a different port on the station. If it works in a different port, the previous USB port is burned out. Plug your power adapter into the docking station and dock your laptop onto/into the docking station. If power is going through the docking station but no accessories are being recognized, you might have a corrupted docking profile. Undock the computer and dock it again once it has fully started up to reset the docking profile. Plug your power adapter into the docking station and dock your laptop onto/into the docking station. If you have an external monitor and it is not working, completely close the lid on the laptop so the image will move to the external monitor. Plug your power adapter into the docking station and dock your laptop onto/into the docking station. If power is going through the docking station but no accessories are being recognized and resetting the docking profile fails, update all drivers through Dell's support website and then re-dock the computer. Some of the software that runs the hardware may have become corrupted. Hope this helps

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Inability to load personal profile


Make sure Windows has been activated. If so, try to create another profile with Admin privileges. Is the computer infected with a virus. Some viruses, spyware or malware will deny access to your profile. Have a professional Computer tech try to scan for viruses.

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My Dell inspiron is only allowing me to sign in temporary profile


Hi your profile is corrupted, it does happen, try switching off the pc and leaving it for some minutes. Log back on and it may pick up the correct profile. If it does not go to the c drive look for document and setting double click on your profile, And move your file to the best location.

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CANT SIGN ONTO MY WINDOWS PROFILE AND ACCESS MY FILES


you did'nt give me anymore info so tyr this
once logged in go to control panel and then to user accounts
you can delete user in there
let me know

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This sounds like an operating system glitch. Enter safe mode at start up by pressing F8. Once in safe mode, log on as administrator and do a system restore to a point that you recall it allowing you to log onto your profile. This should cure it, if not, let me know and we'll try something else.

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Windows can?t load locally stored profile,


Go into safe mode at start up, log in as administrator, and do a system restore. Pressing F8 at start up will take you to safe mode.

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