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Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy Back to top #10 momma d momma d Topic Starter Members 6 posts OFFLINE Local time:01:03 AM Posted 19 October 2009 - 02:56 PM No, I don't. Having to run System Restore when you shouldn't need to, just watch that your system is not getting "sick ". by abstraqts / August 31, 2006 10:47 PM PDT In reply to: Not Sure Yeah, I cannot get that far into Windows; the only thing I CAN do is click my http://wphomeguide.com/windows-xp/need-help-windows-7-upgrade-disk-and-restore-to-factory-settings.php

For example, non standard screensavers or fonts, power saving settings? If it's not, you'll need to log off, then log on to the default Administrator account or to another account that has Computer Administrator privileges. If you're still unable to log on to your original account, it's time to escalate your user profile recovery operation to the next level. It was only a bootable floppy disk to run their "NTFS READER" program from a fresh boot. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/lost-personal-settings-at-boot-up-in-win-xp-pro.951831/

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I have a HP Compaq NX6110 laptop. And, of course, you'll need to recreate all your personalized settings. T. You'll now see a User Profiles dialog box that looks like the one shown in Figure B.

WindowsBBS Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > This site uses cookies. as momma d. For example, you definitely won't want to copy Ntuser.dat, Ntuser.pol, or Ntuser.ini from your old user profile to your new one. Windows Xp Cannot Load User Profile If your machine starts OK using this option, no further action may be needed. 5.

If you do use the manufacturer's own System Restore CDs, they normally give you a clear screen message that that is what will happen. Check if this key exists in your registry: HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ Explorer "NoSaveSettings " Value=1 Support WindowsBBS Arie, #6 2008/11/24 Frank Corrupted profile??? you could check here Similar Threads - Lost Personal Settings Recover 'lost' space after partition deleted Pearguy, Jul 17, 2016, in forum: Windows XP Replies: 49 Views: 2,007 Coco767 Sep 24, 2016 Lost Bookmarks in

When I open Outlook it treats me as if I'm new to it and wants me to start from scratch. Failed To Set Security On The Destination Profile Then, click Start | Log Off. I would change the boot sequence to 'cd-rom' in the Bios, and run 'chkdsk /f/p' from the Recovery Console. When you type in CD C:\ it tells you, ''Invalid drive specification''.

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Not sure how to go about this.... http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/264803/windows-wont-load-my-personal-settings/ OR copy the data from the corrupted user profile to a new profile. Windows Xp Profile Repair Tool Back to top #7 DVaD DVaD Members 59 posts OFFLINE Local time:01:03 AM Posted 19 October 2009 - 01:04 PM Yeah that would work. Windows Xp User Profile Location Then, give the account a name and click Next.

However, you'll first need to completely remove the new user account and user profile. his comment is here by abstraqts / September 2, 2006 3:55 AM PDT In reply to: Alternatives "You do not need to install it as outlined initially, as it can be run from any XP You'll find your Address Book file in the Application Data\Microsoft\Address Book folder. Advertisement juicia Thread Starter Joined: Sep 23, 2010 Messages: 3 Hi, when I used to start my computer it always went to my personal desktop and settings, but now it is User Environment Error Profile Cannot Be Loaded Windows Xp

You will also need to supply the correct Windows licence key for the CD. recover a damaged Windows XP user profile? Previously, he has worked as Documentation Specialist in the software industry, a Technical Support Specialist in educational industry, and a Technical Journalist in the computer publishing industry. http://wphomeguide.com/windows-xp/lost-sound-after-reinstalling-xp-pro.php When it finished, all my personal stuff (my documents etc) were empty and only a few icons remained.

I know... How To Restore User Profile In Windows Xp Use of this option is beyond the scope of this document. 6. I don't really know how long it will last, but what can you do?

How do I get it back to the way it was 4 answers Last reply Sep 27, 2010 More about instate personal setting boot windows tigsoundsSep 24, 2010, 1:50 AM Isn't

Any more suggestions?Rgds Ask a new question Read More Configuration Packard Bell Computers Boot Windows XP Related Resources how do I get my windows xp computer working it wont boot up Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Run the full scan, you may want to let it run overnight on a large drive.Click to expand... Windows Cannot Load The Locally Stored Profile Thank you very much for your help.

The next time you log on Windows will recreate the profile, then you can copy whatever files you may have cared about in the renamed folder to the new folder. Using System Restore The first thing to try when attempting to recover a damaged user profile is a System Restore operation. Copy the contents of the folders containing the data that you want to move to your new user profile. http://wphomeguide.com/windows-xp/lost-xp-file-sharing.php Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

If performing a System Restore did not solve your problems, the you could try the Windows Repair Installation described below. 7. I have no way to > > look at my documents, pictures or e-mail. To do so, log on to the working account, access the User Profiles dialog box again, select the profile, and click the Delete button. Figure B You'll use the User Profiles tool to copy your old user profile to the new account.

Try:?At the welcome screen, key in Ctrl+Alt+Del twice to get the option to log in via the main Administrator Account, and go on from there. Try to create a new profile > >> and > >> then copy whatever data to the new one. > >> > >> "How to Identify a Damaged User Profile and Well, now for the bad news. Do not confuse a Microsoft Windows XP installation CD with the computer manufacturer's own System Restore CD(s) often supplied with laptop machines.

by abstraqts / September 2, 2006 12:49 AM PDT In reply to: I use TU2006 all the time on various computers.............. I suspect it's a registry problem. Donate WindowsBBS Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Style Default Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd.

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