Ok well it happened overnight my system goes past the log on screen loads my background image without any icons then a blank error pops up picture is here of what it looks like>>>> http://i36.tinypic.com/2gugjvd.jpg
i have a t3522
last thing that was installed on the computer were my configurations for an at&t modem i recieved from them i also ran a disk cleanup on it after installing my modem and my computer was never restarted after running it
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Re: System passes the logon screen
Keep tapping the F8 key while you boot your machine, hopefully you will get a black screen with some white writting on it.
Using the up and down arrows select Boot Safe Mode without Networking.
Once you boot into safe mode go to programs>accessories>system tools>system restore and follow the wizard to restore your machine back to a time and date before you installed the modem software.
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The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded is a message you sometimes get in Vista or Windows 7. Many suggest editing the registry but for novice users that can be dangerous. Here is an alternative solution. Logon in safe mode.
Restart your computer and log into safe mode: As your computer is rebooting, press F8 Repeatedly after your POST screen. If you get the OS screen, you need to start over.
Choose safe mode with networking
Open internet explorer and copy and paste this site into the address bar:
1. Boot from your Windows 7 Installer Disk.
2. Launch Windows Recovery Environment.
3. Press Shift+F10 to launch Command Prompt.
Type the following inside the command prompt box:
4. copy "c:\windows\system32\magnify.exe" "c:\windows\system32\magnifybackup.exe"
5. copy "c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe" "c:\windows\system32\magnify.exe" /y
6. Restart your PC and click the "Ease of Access" icon on the bottom left corner of the logon screen.
7. Check the magnify box and click ok. It will launch the command prompt.
Type the following inside the command prompt box:
Note: change the word "name" with the current admin logon name you wish to logon.
8. net user name pass
9. Close the command prompt window.
10. Logon to the admin account using the password "pass".
Good Job, you can access your files that you already thought you lost. And you can change or remove the password in control panel now..
Disclaimer : This workaround should "not" be used to hack any other PC but yours. The purpose of this tip is to logon to your PC in case you forgot your admin password. Use at your own risk. The author shall not be liable if this workaround is misused in any unlawful way.
I believe your computer has windows XP on it? if y\it is XP on it upon powering your system keep on tapping F8 until you get to windows advance menu then select safe mode it should log into win xp select the administrator account, once logged in as administrator go to control panel in xp select users icon then in users icon click on manage accounts then select the your log in Icon which you forgot the password then click on change password........ this should help you log back in your computer, but if you don't have any files that need to be backed up on that computer I suggest that you reformat instead to make sure that windows will run perfectly fine when you use it, but if you don't have a windows installer and you are successful in changing the password I suggest that you clean up the system by doing a disc clean up on it and a defragmentation on the Hard drive
this type of problem is due to viruses in the system you hv not updated latest signatures may be, or simultaneous 2 antivirus may crash may occur, scan the system from the bootable antivirus cd clean for viruses, next it will sure boot to normal mode,
Right-click your desktop and go to Properties (Note: Don't click an icon, just the background image of your desktop). Afterward, click the tab at the top of the new window labeled, "Screen Saver." Now at the bottom of the Window select, "Power." Now change the settings so that the system doesn't turn off the hard disks, enter standby mode, or hibernate. Afterward press OK, then Apply, then OK again.
Let me know if I can help you further, or if I need to describe any of the above instructions in more detail.
It is may be due to a virus. just check in task manager Is something is running continuously. If so kill that process. If not from task manager take File ->New task and in open window type .. it will give one error massage click on ok the it will load all on desktop.
To resolve the problem,do the following step,
1. Power on the system
2. At dell logo screen before windows xp starts to load tap on the F8 key slowly 5 to 8 times
3. Select safe mode
4 Hit enter on the next screen and logon using the administrator or your name
5. Do the system restore, when you have logged on, this would return your system back to the date when it was working fine
6. To system restore
click start>all programs>accessories>system tools >system restore
1 easy solution to fix this problem, switch off ur cpu and open it ,in motherboard ther was a coin sized cell(battery) called as CMOS battery just remove it and fix it again at the same position,now the password for that user will be erased,u can directly login to your system by that same user without enter the password.