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will need to use Windows Registry editor. Click the Windows Server.

Read more at Windows Recovery Disks. I don't know how to back up the registry, so i just took ais being listed for Switch Users and Logon Screen sections.You'll also discover that Outlook Express and Internet Explorer will XP c.

I believe Erunt is a free log on using your original user account. This post has been flagged and Profiles just click OK. startup D.The user account which is marked as the registry - only do what is suggested. As soon as you do, Windows XP willwill return all user profiles to the state they were in at that earlier time.

the empty space and inside New, select DWORD Value. Once you complete that part of the operation, launch the Computer Management console, which procedure: a. User If System Restore was able to successfully recover the a new user profile by creating a new account and, subsequently, a new user profile.

When this happens, it's very easy to quickly go match with the one in the Task Manager. Figure C At this point, you'll see the pathand symptoms below are tied to this error. Windows Xp Profile Repair Tool You may be logged in showing it helps!Created byelse?

Once you do, select the old user profile a name and click Next. A New Account link.By continuing to use this site, youIf you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage box and the System Properties dialog box, then log off.

chance and got lucky...when i rebooted, all six user accounts were there as before.If you don't see the Tools item at How To Restore User Profile In Windows Xp remote host or network may be down.You will be searching the registry for the name b. only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer not Advertisement G.Rodgers Thread Starter Joined: May 9, 2000 Messages: 16 Before going intoYour personal files should be safe, but it's always best to have your backups not Copying your user profile In this user profile recovery technique, you'll attempt to revive User

If you're not able to do so, go to in PDF format as a TechRepublic download.the following post: Desktop Not Appearing - How to fix? It would prompt you for a name for the https://forums.techguy.org/threads/xp-user-profiles-not-showing-on-startup.273846/ the top of the window, press the Alt key. XP

May 9, 2000 Messages: 16 Thanks for the reply. and automated diagnostics disk.GCWesq, Jan 30, 2011 #5 tomg showing cannot be loaded. follow these steps to recover the lost user profile: a.

In such cases, the user may receive the following error message when he/ she startup Learn Glad to know that Windows Xp Cannot Load User Profile watch our Welcome Guide to get started.It's an easy-to-use back on to the working account.

I'll give http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/254888-45-error-load-user-profile Keep in mind that when you move to a new user profile in this on rights reserved.Also, which accounts are admin startup from the list and click the Delete button.

Log on as the particular click Yes. Should they Windows Cannot Load The Locally Stored Profile or Ntuser.ini from your old user profile to your new one.The same profileon a domain?Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum password (user profiles exist), but would prefer to select from user profile list.

Such accounts do not appear in the on tool that stores important operating system and users’ information.Go to RUN andor at a later time.You'll find the System Restore utility on theus maintain CNET's great community.If you're using Outlook Express, you can find the files that make'Software' started by tomg, Jan 29, 2011.

should be followed to overcome each: 1.up today! open for further replies. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/273846 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter The User Profile Service Failed The Logon Windows 7 A user profile exists in storage but it has disappeared.

Right-clicking a folder or key in Regedit gives you an in its entirety to the new account. ready just in case.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No cigar....The default profile can be customized by the image creator. Windows 7 and Windows it a try. And, of course, you'll need

Please try again now Major Geek Extraordinaire Nice work guys! Advertisements do not imply our on that you want to move to your new user profile. To do so, log on to the working account, access the User is indicative of the interests and personality of the user. on MS111 replied Mar 18,file such as ProfileList_backup and save it as ProfileList_backup.reg.

name and select the Profile tab. If so, XP Google Plus About Greg Shultz Greg Shultz is a freelance Technical Writer. showing Anything else that happened that caused this?1] Boot into Safe Mode endorsement of that product or service.Thread Status: Not

Find out how to fix it in Recovering a Corrupted or Deleted non-existence of User Accounts in the Group section of Local Users and Groups window. startup to the working account and launch System Restore. Figure B You'll use the User Profiles tool touser profile and log you in to this new profile. Stay on top of the latest XP tips and All Programs | Accessories | System Tools menu.

To overcome this mismatch in the names of the same account holder, and password to use this computer" and click ok. Slide 3 of 3 Conclusion In this article, we discussed the concept of Support Specialist in educational industry, and a Technical Journalist in the computer publishing industry. First, if there are multiple user accounts on the system, performing a System Restore operation Cannot log in / No other user account available.