The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.

Basavraj

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I cannot log on to windows 7 on my PC. I am the admin and have my password. My user profile is the only admin; I have my password but get a message "The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded." I can only access windows 7 with a non admin user profile set up for my granddaughter and cannot change or download anything. Can you help?
 
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Seen this a few times.
Depending on when and how long it started.
The other quick fix is to log in to windows under safe mode.

This can be done when powering up the computer of laptop, by tapping the F8 key of the keyboard till you are presented
With a list of options on what mode ect to boot windows.

Select safe mode.

Where it should allow windows to load.

You can then go to windows backup and restore.
Select a prior restore point before the date the problem first happened.

Be aware any important data by you or another user may be removed that was put on the system after the selected restore date.

The user profile log on error should be corrected allowing you to log into the user account after a system restore selection.


sir could you tell me the steps to do above solution please please please....?
 
Many duplicates of this posted. Content reposted here:
Seen this a few times.
Depending on when and how long it started.
The other quick fix is to log in to windows under safe mode.

This can be done when powering up the computer of laptop, by tapping the F8 key of the keyboard till you are presented
With a list of options on what mode ect to boot windows.

Select safe mode.

Where it should allow windows to load.

You can then go to windows backup and restore.
Select a prior restore point before the date the problem first happened.

Be aware any important data by you or another user may be removed that was put on the system after the selected restore date.

The user profile log on error should be corrected allowing you to log into the user account after a system restore selection.


sir could you tell me the steps to do above solution please please please....?
 

ruthfaith

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nsemrau

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This worked for me. Thank you for your help!!

 

nsharpley

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I encountered this issue with any new account logging on, ie. one that was not already cached.

The solution was to use Windows Easy Transfer from another PC where the user had already logged on.

This "fooled" the problem PC into thinking the account was already cached and the profile already created.
 

ITSolutionsPro

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Hi everyone,

I already asked my question on another thread about this insane issue, it seems there are many of these on this forum; maybe the web master can group them together???

Thanks.

And oh yes, most importantly, HELP!!!!!!
 

DebM

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Unfortunately I don't have an answer. My computer is doing the same thing and I got into Safe Mode with the login but it won't allow me to create another User account. Tried restoring but that didn't fix the problem. If someone could find a fix for this it would be much appreciated.
 

tbrick

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I had this problem. Boot in safe mode (f8), choose administrator, then system restore & reboot, chose an option from last month, then rebooted twice. My computer works fine now and it only took 15 minutes. I have a Dell inspiron n5110 laptop with windows 7

 

Iegit

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I'm having this problem but when I press f8 repeatedly it just pops up an option of my two SDDs that I want to boot from and thats it. What can I do?
 

A N Ramanujam

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Sherry_1

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toservegod

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I know this isn't the case in every instance of this message, but I found out in my case it was hard drive space or a lack thereof.
 

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