Instead click on Start, type Regedit and hit Enter. So in my case, it has a new user account, but the problem remains. Take Windows 7 for example. Below we list 3 commonly used methods for you to fix it. If your computer has a second Administrator account that you can access, you can backup the Registry simply by booting into Windows and creating a new System Restore Point. Microsoft wanted to charge me extra for premium support to resolve the issue.
Hello all, I have been battling this problem and just recently figured it out. Afterwards, enter the Users folder. General Discussion The thread title is a problem that I've been having while trying to create a new profile for work on my laptop. If not then try this: 1. Open up System Properties sysdm. Add user to local Administrators group 2. I removed those files and that fixed the problem.
Therefore, the profile cannot be loaded. What was posted on here didn't work for me and tried many different ways. User Profile Service Failed the Logon When Windows cannot even create a temporary profile you get to see the following error message: The User Profile Service failed the logon. I was able to login using newly created users who did not yet have a profile. So I have changed the ownership of those files to administrators and gave the permission to them and everyone.
First, click Start and choose Switch account. So go ahead and turn off your computer and unplug it from its power source, wait a couple of minutes maybe take some calming breaths while you do , and then plug everything back in and turn it back on. Choose Safe Mode and boot into Windows. Deleted contents of C:UsersDefault and copied from a known good working server that I validated user in question could login. Edit: Well, about eight computers I'm aware of.
Very Odd1 Many many thanks due. Cuddle up in your blankie and play the night away! User can now logon with all their setting restored. I have run this weird problem of not being able to create any users. So Looking into things I had an idea. When I searched on the first warning in the Application log prior to the errors, came up with your note here. This problem is often caused by insufficient memory or insufficient security rights. Get Now Method 1: Fix the User Account Profile Steps below contain modifying to your registry.
Firstly I like to thank this forum to help me understand tht my computer is not fully fukd!!! After a couple of seconds, start the computer and the first screnn gave me the option to press F11 for Recovery. The ticket goes right to our business team and not into a black hole ; Thanks Peter. Restart your computer This might sound obvious, but try restarting the system as the first port of call. I can create a second profile without any problem, but if I can I would like to save the current one. You need to backup your registry before doing following operations to avoid any problems may occur. Your computer will take a backup of key files and the Registry. Press n hold power button in ur laptop till it switchesoff Step2.
In the event log I can see Windows cannot load the user's profile but has logged you on with the default profile for the system. And after a restart it always shows the same problem, the one I wrote first. When users login their ntuser. Microsoft has to correct this. Option 1: If you have two folders starting with S-1-5 followed by some long numbers and one of them ended with.
User profile cannot be loaded. Of course, this only works if your issue was with your computer running a scan in the first place. Thank you for taking the time to document your answer. In most cases 4 error messages come up in the Application event log indicating that the ntuser. By on September 18, 2013 in This article is part of , a set of posts explaining the knowledge and tools required to tame Windows user profiles. I can't get past that screen to be able to get to the control panel.
This is a much cleaner and easier fix than unjoining from the domain and rejoining to the domain. I had restore points prior to this issue, but once the issue occurred, they disappeared. Thanks again for this post. Select Safe mode from the list. Hall is an expert troubleshooter who has been working in the information technology industry for years. This error may be caused by network problems or insufficient security rights.
I hope this helps many people. Thank you so much for your time to find it and post it here for me and others to find! Digging for answers on the web, in logs, etc. In the logs I saw it trying to copy something from default profile's local temporary Internet files. You will need to create a new profile, and then copy the files from the existing profile to the new one. Login with domain username and you should be all set.