windows 7 loses profile after reboot

Every time I log out or reboot my system I loose my entire user profile.  I have scoured the internet and the only thing that I found didn't worl  I deleted the user profile and I deleted the associated registry key.  So far nothing has worked.  Any ideas?
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Do you have administrative privileges on the computer>?
Infamous_QAuthor Commented:
is this happening with an certain user or with all?

try creating new user and now login with it then reboot

ru able to login with this new user?and is profile is intact?
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Infamous_QAuthor Commented:
It would seem that all other users are intact.  Just mine toat goes crazt and loses itself.  Also to let you know this is on a windows 2003 domain.  I also tried to log into another windows 7 Enterprise machine on the netowrk with the same user and pass and it stayed intact.  So I'm pretty sure thats its localized to this machine.  But I can't say for sure.
Infamous_QAuthor Commented:
Also there are a couple of registry entries that seem to dissapear.  One is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList\S-1-5-21-213638638-2146164802-1087374875-500\Next LogonCacheable

the other is runLogonScriptSync in the same location.  When on the other user there were in both user profiles.  when I logged out of the good user and back to the other these were gone and the issue persists.
Infamous_QAuthor Commented:
Ended up having to wipe and reload system.  Never found the issue.  

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