Unable to Logon to my computer accounts after forced log off

September 12, 2012 at 22:04:21
Specs: Windows 7 Home Premium, 4 Gb
I have a log in problem with my computer. I have 3 accounts in my computer but none of them opens when i type my password to log in. It says " The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded." Actually i have my main account logged off ( forced Log off) and after that it doesnt gets log on. Please suggest me about it to solve the problem. Thankyou

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#1
September 12, 2012 at 22:29:32
Sounds like the old "locked myself out" situation.

What did you do to get here? If you left no account free from this restriction you will be reinstalling from scratch.

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#2
September 13, 2012 at 05:38:33
I just opened two new accounts as per the instructions to remove the Users pathway in c drive c:/users/<username> and to make them work I just forced the log off on my main account. And also I have changed my main account from administration to standard user. And now none of the account are working. When i try to open them or hit a password they say " The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded." And yes none of my account is opening asking the same question. Please help me with this and please describe me " reinstalling from scratch".

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#3
September 13, 2012 at 08:08:25
Does the administrator account still exist or is it the one you refer to as the main account which is now just a user? If you have no admin account available you need to start with a repair install.

You would start with a repair install before moving on to a new install. The difference is a repair refreshes the system whereas a new install wipes everything out and puts you back to the beginning before any programs were installed.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2431...

Note: always create a backup admin account ie. back door back into the system. If you are going to follow advice from others you need to make a image of your system before implementing. This way you can get back to where you were before the change. Any suggestion of removing the profile path is not a good one.

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#4
September 13, 2012 at 10:43:20
I have changed the Administration to another account which i newly created. And i changed my main administration account to standard account. What if I reinstall the windows 7 ? I want to get rid of this problem at any cost, since i cannot access to any of my account and I need to open the computer to complete my pending works. Please reply me the consequences of reinstalling the windows 7 with this current condition. And Can I get access to my accounts after reinstalling to windows 7? Please answer me asap. Thank you.

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#5
September 13, 2012 at 18:59:45
As a bit of advice, never listen to advice that says delete a folder 9 times out of 10 it is from a user who is either A) Trying to mess with your computer or B) Not sure what they're doing.

I have had this issue before and normally a computer restart solved this problem as it restarted the user profile service.

I don't think this is a case of a user account being locked out, it normally tells you when you have been locked out.

Try booting in safe mode with networking and see if that makes a difference. If you can boot into safe mode, open services.msc and ensure that User Profile Service is set to Automatic.


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