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Your user profile was not loaded correctly

Posted on 2011-03-11
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Hi,

We have a dell laptop (vista), it has 1 user (the administrator), and we keep getting the error
Your user profile was not loaded correctly.

We have tried changing the registry at

local machine\software....profile list

to rename the old profile and restore the .bak
but we are still getting the message, does anyone have any suggestions
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Question by:junebrown
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by:Fayaz
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Cleanup your desktop and move all files to some folder in C:/ D:/
Perform a check disk
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try creating a 2nd administrator user account and if that profile works you can move to that one.
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by:junebrown
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also how do you perform a check disc
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by:junebrown
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how do you create a 2nd admin account
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by:junebrown
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now got a 2nd admin account loaded, just need to know about
how to run check desc
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by:Randy Downs
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Windows Explorer - right click drive - Tools - Error Checking. It won't run until you reboot. You may be able to delete the old profile.
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by:junebrown
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now running check disc. I will get back to the 2 of you once it has finished.

thanks for the help so far.
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by:Randy Downs
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Windows Explorer - right click drive - Properties - Tools - Error Checking
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by:junebrown
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thank you for your help
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