I Am Getting The Error The User Profile Service Failed The Logon. Can Anybody Help Me?

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I am using an HP computer. I want to solve an error which is making me frustrated. I have encountered the error the user profile service failed the logon. I need your help to solve this problem. How can I solve this error?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #292911

I Am Getting The Error The User Profile Service Failed The Logon. Can Anybody Help Me?

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Please follow the steps given below carefully to solve your problem.

  1. Shut down your computer completely. Now start it again.
  2. Log into your PC as an administrator.
  3. Start the HP SimplePass software for PC
  4. Make a new user copy of your account

Completely remove the old user account using Microsoft’s system software.

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I Am Getting The Error The User Profile Service Failed The Logon. Can Anybody Help Me?

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That message is not an error and it is normal. You will see this when you try to change folder option settings and display protected operating system files. This is the operating system’s way of reminding or alerting the user that it is not safe to display protected operating system files because accidentally deleting them will prevent the computer from booting.

The protected operating system files are hidden by default and it is configured in “Folder Options”. Unhiding the files in “Folder Options” will trigger the message. In Windows XP, to hide or unhide the protected operating system files, open Windows Explorer then click “Tools” and then “Folder Options”.

Select “View” tab then scroll down and select “Show hidden files, folders, and drives” and then uncheck “Hide protected operating system files”. Click “OK”. This will unhide or display the protected operating system files. To hide it back, repeat the same steps then check “Hide protected operating system files”. In Windows 7, “Folder Options” is accessed in the Control Panel and the process is the same.

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