The error is occurring with a new user that I have since created and this does not display in the S-1-5 registry entries for reasons unknown, or indeed in C:Users so I will have to continue my search for a solution. We do not know for sure whether this is happening only on our machines. Enter a name for your new user it must be different to the old one, although you can rename later. We had this issue today. Is there anybody can help me? First right click on the default or infected profile and click Rename. This worked for me also Every time I try to logon to my user account in windows vista home premium, it says :The User Profile Service service Has failed the logon.
So you can consider this as the back up profile. First of all open the Boot options. While above two reasons are commonly being quoted on online help communities and forums, we believe this error is also occurring when the user profile is not exactly corrupted. Make your new account an Administrator, and click Create Account. You can double click on RefCount and change the value to 0. Now I can add users that can log on.
The problem occurs in Business lab as well… should anyone help me with my issue. This is the first time I have ever saw this fix. Boot into safe mode as above. Option 1: If you have two folders starting with S-1-5 followed by some long numbers and one of them ended with. Lastly, if all else fails, you can attempt to repair your operating system using the utility. First, click Start and choose Switch account. All of your files and application settings should have transferred, although some email applications may have to have messages re-downloaded or their data exported separately see the manufacturer's help.
Windows can occasionally run into problems reading your user profile if you happen to have an antivirus scan running at the time. Click on Diagnostic Tools to use in Safe Mode. Seun Dania wrote: bill- Yes its the same error, but in my case the user profile doesn't exist on the machine So just to confirm, you followed the steps for checking the registry key's for that profile correct? Are you able to run commands against the computer? Below we list 3 commonly used methods for you to fix it. Note: In case you are copying a Default User Profile from another Machine, you need to make sure that the computer that you are copying the content from has the same version of Windows operating system as yours. Failed to enumerate objects in the container. It's not such a clean fix, though, so if you're more confident with using Windows, then the second method below may be more useful.
Create a New User Account Before you take actions, you must. Hope this helps save somebody else save hours of frustration! If you have, just boot your computer as normal and skip to Step 2. System restore didn't even fix it when i restored back as far as possible. Tip: Try the third option first, instead of starting with the first two options. Launch RegEdit Restart your computer and boot into Safe Mode, following the instructions at the start of the article.
Hope this Helped My fix was to start my computer in safe mode. Press Control-C or select Copy from the Edit menu if you don't see the menu press Alt first. Also sfc scan didn't work: neither from recovery nor from win7. How did you install the client computer? This thread is a last resort. Choose Safe Mode and boot into Windows. Under Profile list you will find two almost profiles out of which one will be with a.
If you haven't got another account, you need to enable the hidden Administrator account. Restart your computer This might sound obvious, but try restarting the system as the first port of call. Remember to backup your Registry following the instructions at the start of this article. Most people have this problem but no solution. When you're sure that you've got everything, you can delete your old user and their files, and rename your new user account.
You may be surprised by how well this works, just make sure that your computer is not connected to the internet and Create a new Local User Account by following the steps provided in this article:. For example, certain registry cleaning software creates a backup of the registry before performing its cleaning operations to protect against the rare case where that cleaning causes corruption of the registry by extension system malfunction. Click Start, right-click Computer, and then click Properties. But New User Accounts say the same thing. You need to backup your registry before doing following operations to avoid any problems may occur.