Hi, Thank you for posting in Microsoft TechNet Forum. I get to steps 4 and 5. Before that I had 2 Admin accounts, 1 normal password protected account, 1 guest accout not protected for frieds - and some several hidden services for Xampp Services. New User: In my Case, I re-created new user - 'symptom 2', It worked like a charm, If you guys want to restore your files from corrupted profiles - you have the option to 'Keep files' from profiles while deleting old users. But fortunately, such annoying error could be fixed in right way. When you're at the desktop get up a Command Prompt and type in rstrui to load System Restore.
Ive been using it for a year and i want to add another user account now. Remember to backup your Registry following the instructions at the start of this article. The User Profile cannot be loaded. General Discussion i encounter this problem when i try to login my account which is under a domain. General Discussion : lately when i try to turn on the Guest user its my first time to turn on it then when i try to log on using guest i encounter a error message? This either results in the above-described User Profile service failing the login, or a creation of a temporary profile in which case one or several restarts will allow a user to sign in normally. I created a brand new user and noticed exactly the same issue. System won't allow me change the entries.
I did a google search and found this: But did not help me. Enable hidden administrator account The easiest and safest way to fix the problem is to create a brand new account and copy over your old files and settings. I cant get into my Admin account. I go to Control Panel - User Accounts - Manage Another account - Create a new account. I get the same error joined to a domain or not, whether the user is a local admin or not. I have been working to remedy this problem and others by 1 cleaning up the hard drive, registry,. I create a new user account at the Users menu in Control panel and they show up at login screen.
Kemudian double klik lagi di Panel sebelah kanan pada State lalu ketik lagi angka nol 0 pada Value Data dan klik Ok. Log off and then back on as your new user. Keep in mind that you may need to copy any email stored locally individually with instructions that are specific to your program. That was all the information I needed. User profile cannot be loaded. I receive the 'User Profile Service failed log in' message.
I can login to existing accounts. This is my 2nd registry fix on a 6 month old computer. I only have one user account, jmanzi. This error may be caused by network problems or insufficient security rights. If you're using an older version of Windows, such as Windows 8 or 7, then this method won't work.
Im having the same problem. Using a non-admin account, I was able to check the date of the ntuser. Choose Safe Mode and boot into Windows. Then we are good to go to the next step. Click Next and then choose the restore point by date: pick a date where you know that your computer worked properly. Hello Bobbio, and welcome to Seven Forums. Not sure yet why this keeps happening, though.
Source: Option 2: Replace profile Create a new profile to replace the corrupt profile. I'm still ironing it out, but it does seem to be caused by the permissions on the Default user folder. All of them were inaccessible by the Administrators! So it worked after a few bumps. User profile cannot be loaded. There is only one user on the machine and the only users listed in the registry are the system accounts and my one user. I just discovered the same problem with my system Win 7 64-bit.
Being the curious type, once the machine finished that and shutdown, I restarted and tried to use the original admin account and just like magic. In Windows 7, my user profile cannot be loaded, how do I fix this? After deployment of the laptop and desktops I am again unable to logon to the laptop, but I am able to logon to the desktops. Microsoft does not control these sites and has not tested any software or information found on these sites; therefore, Microsoft cannot make any representations regarding the quality, safety, or suitability of any software or information found there. Fix Your Corrupt User Profile by Correcting Its Registry Value Step 1. There is something wrong with my Windows 10. In the System Properties dialog box, click the Advanced tab.
So assuming that I had disconnected Drive A containing my User Profile, I reconnected it thinking that this would resolve the problem. The User Profile Service failed the logon. Plus, I've got 4 long S-1-5 strings. I can't log into my administrator account. All of the fixes above require access to the system via one route or another.
Yep, one of the tips did help. You might want to try a system restore first as was suggested by GeekThief. You may have been asked by you bank to download it as an extra protection for financial transactions. If you haven't got another account, you need to enable the hidden Administrator account. Im having the same problem. Simple While this does indeed work, I'm curious why. I click on Change settings.