Dell Inspiron, Microsoft Vista Home Premium, 1918 MB RAM, 2.8 Windows Experience Index, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor TK-55, 1.80 GHz, updates current as of March 24, 2008. Attempting to log on to my main user account produces the following screen. The User Profile service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded. OK Microsoft Vista Home Premium.
I cannot get into the account, even after logging in as Administrator and resetting the password for the account. Anyone know what has happened and how to fix it? I have copied all the user documents including AppData to another account, but it is still a pain and I would like to know how to prevent it.
I have had a Lenovo 3000 n100 laptop with what I think is Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit (does that sound right?) for a few years. Within the first year I had it my hard drive crashed, I managed to save it but I lost all my files. Today I tried to log onto my administrator account for the first time in a few weeks and I recieved the error "User Profile Service Failed the Logon". I searched for a solution and this is what I found..
Quote: 1. I closed down.
2. Turned computer on and immediately pressed F8 repeatedly until I got "Advanced Boot Options".
3. used the down arrow to select "Safe Mode" and pressed enter.
4. computer then opened eventually in the funny look of safe mode, with
a "Help" window.
5. In the help window there is an underlined "What is System Restore?" Clicking on that gave me the answer and "Click to open System Restore"
6. I clicked on that and a new window came up recommending restoring to a previous state before windows update which I had done before the fault occurred.............
I recently installed an automatic upgrade and now I'm getting "The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded" when I turn on the computer. My only option is to click on an OK key. The computer then gives one logon key and when I click on it give me the USER PROFILE CANNOT BE LOADED message again. Only options given with logon key are improve use of screen and restart, sleep, hibernate, and shut down key. It will not let me start in safe mode and will not give me access to the START button. I've tried every option available to me; even tried ctrl/alt/delete with no success. PLEASE HELP!
I'm still with WinXP, but been to help friend with adding extra RAM to his Vista Basic 512mb Ram. I took out the 512 mb and replaced it with 2 x 1gb RAM bought from Crucial UK for his PC. There has only ever been 1 account, and at bootup the password for this account was asked for. We entered the KNOWN password (it's never been changed from new, approx 11 months) and we got ;- "User profile service failed the logon, user profile cannot be loaded", which slowed us down a bit :-) We took an option to "reset password - put disc in drive with password on" (or something similar), but he has never created such a disc. To repeat - the password entered 'was' correct.......
When logging on this morning, received "User profile Failed the Logon, User Profile Cannot be Loaded" message. Any support I read instructs "Click Start" then proceeds with additional instructions. Problem...There is no access to "start" on the logon screen. Does anyone know how to get past this or to resolve.
Ive been having endless problems with my vista. Firstly, I had the error message "Your user profile was not loaded correctly! You have been logged on with a temporary profile." for a good month or so, I was in the middle of exams and didn't want to risk trying to fix it myself, I was advised the best option would be just to reinstall vista, but I wasn't sure the best way to go about that either. Now on my laptops first birthday, I stopped getting this error message, and started enjoying usual computing again, until I started getting this message instead.
"The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded."
If I complete a system restore a few times I can access my account again, but after a day or so I start getting the error message again. All my old files (from before the error messages started appearing) are under my old user folder which I can access in users. I renamed it at some point during the time of the first error message. I thought that because of this I could delete my main account, and make my secondary account an administrator instead. (not sure if thats the right way to go about things, as the first option the thread for this error provided was not working) and now I cannot access my control panel, or windows updates, to tamper with user accounts.
Well, I have the following, known, error: "The service User Profile-Service failed the logon. The User Profile could not been loaded" (note I've got the Dutch version, so my error messages may be a bit confusing ^^) I've already tried multiple tuturials to fix this, containing tut's of your Administrator Brink. None worked. Now, what happens to be:
After creating the profile through the User Aaccount Management console, I choose for the option "Logon to other user", and try to login to my newly created account. After typing the pass the above error message appears. I only have my (first) admin account that works, but I want to have more accounts on my notebook............
My administrator account is my only account on my Dell XPS M1530 laptop. When I try to login I get the "User Profile Service Failed Logon. Access Denied" message. I have attempted to logon in safe mode and it still won't let me logon. Boot the computer in Safe Mode by restarting and repeatedly pressing the F8 key Log in to the built-in Administrator account.Â If you do not have this account enabled, try logging in to your corrupt account in Safe Mode…it worked for me.Â Instead of continuing on while logged in to this account, please take the time to enable the built-in Administrator account.Â To do this, click the Start button in the bottom left corner, type ‘cmd’ in the search area, right-click on the command prompt, and select “Run as administrator”.Â In the command prompt, type ‘net user administrator /active:yes’ and press enter.Â Now log off and log back in as Administrator. Once this is done, follow the directions under “Option One:Â Fix the User Account Profile” at the following link: The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.
I am trying to logon to my computer and am getting The User Profile Service failed the logon message for both my Lucy and Lucy Administrator profiles. I have looked on here to find a solution and have tried to do a system restore but it tells me that there are no settings to restore to ?? Most other messages just dont make sense as Im not great at dealing with computers when they go wrong! I would be really grateful if anyone knows how I can sort this out. The only thing I can do is log into Safe Mode and I have no idea where to go from here!
I am trying to logon to my laptop, VIsta XP, and i keep getting this error message The user profile service service failed the logon, user profile cannot be loaded, i have 2 profiles and everytime i click on either one it gives me this error, i cannot even get into my windows. Recently my wireless connection has been running really slow or booting me out. I ran spybot and it came up with a Banker Trojan? any ideas what that is, i cannot remove it because i cannot get into my pc at all.
I have the following error message when trying to login to vista on my laptop:
The User Profile Service service failed the login.
User profile cannot be loaded.
Just before the problem happened I was working to remove the Anti Virus Live virus from my laptop via the techsupportforum.com forum.
Two things I did within the hour of the problem happening are:
1. I ran the malware removal program OTL
See step 5 at (http://tinyurl.com/pr92qn)
2. I cleared and set system restore's cash-
as instructed in post#23 on my techsupportforum.com thread
(Anti Virus Live on my Laptop - Page 2 - Tech Support Forum)
Further details-I can and am able to login to Safe Mode I do not have a program called System Restore in the System Tools folder In Safe Mode I was able to change my password, but in normal mode I get the same error message I did windows updates and then tried to remove some of those updates, with only a few files that wouldn't allow me to delete them. Thank you for visiting my thread. If anyone has any ideas on how I can fix my problem it would be great to hear about them.
When I tried to log in to my computer I got "The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded" Is there something I can do to fix this? My main concern - aside from this new Dell machine - is the photos.
Computer (OS=Vista Entreprise) gave me this msg "The user profile service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded." My account is an administrator account I try to repair this with a solution that I find on the Net (Computer-System properties-Advanced-UserProfiles-Delete) What happened was that I lost a substancially number of Files (access,excel...and so on).
Have suddenly had "The User Profile Service failed the login" message come up and although I've found the tutorial to fix it on this site, my problem is that I am the only user and there is no other profile on this computer that I can log into. So my question is, how do I get into the computer in order to switch to safe mode and then follow the tutorial?
I am trying to create a new user for my computer running on Vista home Premium. It says that it has created it but no folders have been created for it and when I try to logon it says somethin like 'the user profile service failed the logon' I've tryed going into regedit and doing that .bak thing but it hasn't worked.
I have a Vista laptop and am having some major trouble. I received the 'The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded'. Its been like this for about a month and I have forgotten the laptop password (I have always used a fingerprint scanner so I forgot my password.) My questions now are how I do repair the computer and also restore the password?
I stupidly deleted C:UsersMyName tuser.dat. Now when I try to log on to my account, I get the message "The Group Policy Client service failed the logon." I am now logged on to my Administrator account to post this message. All of my files that I use daily are in the MyName account. I deperately need to be able to access the MyName account. How can I restore the ntuser.dat file?
After posting this, I checked C:UsersMyName tuser.dat and saw that it is now listed after I rebooted the computer, but I still cannot login to my account.
I had my name and my mum decided to go on her name to get parental control, when she realised it blocked even google, she took if off but kept her name On tuesday the 11th i tried to get on my name only everything was grey and really old so i restarted my computer. The message came up when i tried to get on the name! I have tried to use system restore but it will not let me go as far back as the 11th (today being the 23rd) and it really sucks I do not want to delete the username because my iTunes account is on there plus my songs that i paid for!! I also tried safe mode by pressing F8, that didnt work because there was no way on entering it on safe mode as it came up different ways into enter the computer eg hard drive, removable drive etc does anyone have a solution (btw i am new here so i dont know if this is in the right place lol)
Ive been having problems with my laptop just recently, it was sudden! I had no problem whatsoever with it before, its an acer aspire 5630, ive never had major problems with it and its almost two years old! This is my first major problem, When i try to logon it says 'Profile cannot be loaded' Ive read everything possible on the internet from my desktop to try and find out what to do, most mentioned safe mode, this is another problem, my safe mode Does not work!
I can get into safe mode but as soon as i do it comes up with a black screen that says safe mode in every corner! Ive tried repairing my computer from one of the options listed with safe mode and it tells me it cant repair itself! this happened two days ago and i still have no idea on what to do, i use my laptop for school, it is very important that i get it fixed, im not sure if its something wrong with my laptop or windows, I have windows vista home premium.
I have recently been having many with my computer. Firstly, i was having problems with the SID where it says user profile cannot be loaded. After many hours i managed to fix this problem but i've recently got a new problem.
I Installed a new wireless network card into a pci slot and started the computer and it worked. As i hadn't had my computer working for a while i decided to update the video card driver and decided to check for updates for windows. I installed both the video card driver and windows updates and rebooted. But when the computer tried to start up all the fans started and the power light goes on but nothing happens.
I don't know whether the problem is with the new hardware, the driver update or the windows updates. The computer won't start at all and i have some important work on it.
I can't get by the login screen, message is "user profile cannot be loaded", seems all of a sudden it doesn't recognize my password. All I can do is shut the darn thing down and try again to no avail. Since I can't access anything how do I fix it.
Just starting to look at Vista, but one thing that I haven't figured out is how to change the login. In XP Pro, if you went to user accts in control panel, you could choose to change the way users log on and log off, that way it didn't come up with the list of users on the machine, but worked like a domain login where you had to input your username and password.
I can't figure out how to change this on a stand alone Vista machine. I don't want the list of users, I just want to hit ctrl-alt-del and get a sign on screen where I input the username and password. Is this possible, and how/where do I make this change? Again, it is Vista Ultimate.
I've created a new user account but can't log into it - I always get the message "The User Profile Service failed the logon. User Profile cannot be loaded". I can log into all other user accounts. I am wondering if this has anything to do with the fact that I removed a user and then deleted the users's folder and all the files in that folder including NTUSER.dat file. Is there something I need to do to be able to log into the new user account(s)?
The problem started when I decided to do a reboot after installing some programs. Since then whenever I log on it takes ages displaying the "welcome" message, then comes up with the dreaded "preparing your desktop" message. It then loads a "temporary user profile" and says that any changes made while logged on to this profile will be lost afterwards, and to check the event log or contact the network administrator.
I've read heaps about this problem happening to people with vista and windows 7 (I have vista home ed). It's supposed to be due to a corrupted profile, and so if you delete the profile in the "regedit" thing it's supposed to fix itself. Others have also suggested creating a new account and transferring everything. I have tried countless restarts, restoring the system, deleting the user profile (all my stuff is now fully backed up) and creating new accounts. None of it works - a temporary profile still loads from a newly created account, the same happens even in safe mode and from the built in administrator account. I'm at a total loss as to what to do!! I use my computer every day for work so you can hopefully imagine how frustrating this is!
I have added my first Windows Vista Business to our Windows 2003 network domain. User home directories are redirected to a network share via a logon script (batch file). Note: as far as I know no group policy controlling the redirection, no roaming is being used.
Issue: Whenever the user logs off the profile doesn???t get saved and the next logon appears like it???s the first time logging in to the account. For example: the folders created are userName (for the first login) the next login creates userName.001 (for the next login) and so on. how to resolve the issue? Is it something to do with the new account structure and I have to modify the logon script?
I tried to copy a profile to another folder by vbscript, but folder Documents not copy complete. Why? I now this forum not write or speak language vbscript but i search google, etc..etc and not have solution for this problem.
My code Vbscript.vbs
Code: dim wshell, strusername, filesys Const OverwriteExisting = TRUE Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") Set WshEnv = WshShell.Environment("SYSTEM").............
My computer was infected by an virus a few weeks ago and I was able to get rid of the virus. Now all my user profiles are BLACKED out except the Administrator profile. However, I can't access the videos saved under different user profiles? I'm getting a msg now saying this
Windows Media Player encountered a problem while playing the file. For additional assistance, click Web Help. You've encountered error message C00D11B1 while using Windows Media Player. The following information might help you troubleshoot the issue. how to fix? Do i have to take ownership? If so, how do I go about it?
my husband and I each have a user profile on our computer. Lately whenever he tries to access his profile to get to his files, favorites, etc. he gets this message: "The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded." So he is unable to get to any of his files or music in the Media Center. He uses my user profile to get to his Yahoo browser to get his email but cannot get any of his bookmarks which is becoming very irritating to him. I can't blame him. We have a new computer with Windows Vista.
There is only one account and it is my own. However on more than one occasion and, as a matter of fact, just now; when I log on there are two of me at the logon screen. Just two identical logons. Is this another profile the is a shadow or double of my login that runs at the same time. I can choose either to logon on to and they both are identical with identical passwords, etc.. Once I log on I can't switch user and see the profile again. What is this?
I have been having a problem with my Windows Vista Home Premium installation for the past week or so, with the problem getting more frequent day by day. I usually notice this happen after a period of inactivity, but the duration of the inactivity is seemingly random. Basically, I will come back to the computer to see that Firefox or whatever windows I might have open have stopped responding. I attempt to close with the X to no avail, then try to close using the Task Bar. When this fails, I try to open the Task Manager to close the program manually, only to lock up the computer for 45-60 seconds on a black screen, and then receive the message "Logon process has failed to create the security options dialog. Failure - Security Options". Clicking OK on this dialog takes me back to my now totally unresponsive computer. No windows can be closed by any means, and the computer must be turned off manually, which I hate doing.