You should have started your own Topic (clicked on Start a New Discussion).
When you make a post in a relatively old Topic - the last post before yours was made Feb 15 2011 - you're not likely to get as many answers.
You have not provided clear enough information, or enough information
- e.g. you have not stated
- the exact message you're getting
- whether your computer has XP, or Vista, or Windows 7 on it.
- what make and model of brand name system, or what make and model of mboard if you have a generic desktop system, that you have.
If your only problem is that you are getting a message regarding the user profile cannot load because there's something wrong with it....
How to copy data from a corrupted user profile to a new profile in Windows XP
Fix a corrupted user profile (Vista)
"I can get not safe mode and any other mode..."
Do you mean you tried pressing F8 repeatedly while booting and choosing one of the Windows boot choices selections - e.g. Safe mode, Safe mode with networking, Enable VGA mode,etc., and none of them would load successfully,
OR - you WERE able to choose and load a choice, but when you tried to logon to a user you got a message regarding the user profile cannot be loaded ?
OR - you tried pressing F8 repeatedly while booting and the Windows boot choices menu never appeared ? Instead, you got the same messages you got when you tried booting normally
NOTE that some mboard bioses (stupidly) have another use for the F8 key.
In that case, when you press F8 repeatedly while booting you may see something else pop up. E.g. a menu of boot devices - you're supposed to pick one to boot from.
If you see that, read the screen text to find the stated key to exit the screen or to continue without selecting a device, such as Esc, then immediately press F8 repeatedly to get the Windows boot choices screen with Safe mode etc.on it.
"I have tried login with administrator but the password is not correct "
If you're using XP, the built in Administrator user (spelled exactly that way) is hidden when you boot normally (unless there is no other user that has administrator rights).
When you press F8 repeatedly while booting and choose Safe mode or Safe mode with networking from the Windows boot choices menu, the built in Administrator user appears as a choice, along with at least one other user.
Usually the built in Administrator user has no password.
In that case, you just press Enter to load the Administrator user's profile.
If there is something wrong with other user profiles, they won't load, but if there is nothing wrong with the Administrator user's profile it will load fine.
If you boot the computer from an XP CD, or if you have a brand name system software installation that has the ability to select loading the Recovery Console while booting, that's a different matter.
In that case,
- if you boot the computer from an XP CD, if your hard drive is IDE, or if your hard drive is SATA and the bios Setup has the SATA controllers in an IDE compatible mode, then after the initial files have loaded from the CD, when you press R to load the Recovery Console, it will find at least one Windows installation and list it
- OR - if you have a brand name system software installation that has the ability to select loading the Recovery Console while booting, if you press the stated key to load that, if your hard drive is IDE, or if your hard drive is SATA and the bios Setup has the SATA controllers in an IDE compatible mode, it will find at least one Windows installation and list it
In either case, you type the number of the Windows installation, then press Enter.
E.g. type 1, press Enter
You will be prompted to provide an Administrator Password.
Usually there is no Administrator password.
Just press Enter .
If you NEVER get the Windows boot choices menu when you press F8 repeatedly while booting, try booting the computer from an XP CD, or choosing the Recovery Console choice if you see that while booting, and running CHKDSK /R
Boot from the XP CD, load the Recovery Console, run CHKDSK /R C:
For more info,
see response 11 in this:
starting at, scroll down to "If that won't work....."
Includes info about the possibilty the computer has a SATA hard drive and XP doesn't detect it, how to change bios SATA mode settings
"Looks like a hard disk replacement???"
Your problem doesn't necessarily indicate there is anything wrong with the hard drive itself, but if it IS failing, you can have all sorts of problems.
Check your hard drive with the manufacturer's diagnostics.
See the latter part of response 1 in this:
If you don't have a floppy drive, you can get a CD image diagnostic utility from most hard drive manufacturer's web sites, but obviously you would need to make a burned CD, preferably a CD-R for best compatibility, on another computer if you need to.
Seagate's Seatools will test any brand of hard drive.
Do the long test.
The bootable Dos versions of SeaTools can be used even if Windows is not working properly.
If the hard drive itself tests okay, any data problems found can be fixed, one way or another.