Cannot login to user profile.

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Yesterday morning, I updated my system from automatic Windows update. Now I can't login to my user profile typically, after I had updated my Windows Vista. I get to the login screen, enter my password, and then Windows says, "The User Profile Service failed the login. User profile cannot be loaded" and returns me to the login screen.

What should I do to solve this? Any suggestion???

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Answered By 0 points N/A #103660

Cannot login to user profile.

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Hi kate Robson,

To resolve the problem, please follow the below:

  • First you have to delete the profile and create a new a new one.
  • Go to the start menu and right click on the computer and then go to properties option.
  • Then go to change settings.
  • Then you have to click on the advanced tab from System properties Dialog Box.
  • Then you need to click settings under the user profiles.
  • Then you need to select the User profiles which you want to delete and click ok.
  • Then again go to start menu and type regedit into the search box and press enter.
  • Then you have to expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionProfileList    registry Key.
  • Then you have to right click on the SID which you want to delete and click on the Delete.
  • Then you have to log in to computer and create a new profile.

I hope your problem will be solved.

Answered By 0 points N/A #103661

Cannot login to user profile.

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It may be that the password is set by Windows.  In this case you can just press Enter from the keyboard and it will work fine. But in case you have set a password, then you can change it by logging in as Administrator.  You can also do it by going to safe mode and then login as Admin and then change the account you want to change.  It is a simple method and will take less time other wise you have to reinstall you Windows.

Safe mode can be accessed by pressing the F8 key several times, while booting and then select SAFE MODE.  Next thing is to log in as a admin.  It will require an admin password that is also set by Window and it is just, enter.  By pressing enter you can now access your control panel and user accounts.

Here you can also check the availability of account and change them as well. You can also create a new one from here to log in next time as normal mode.

I hope this is the solution for your problem.

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