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Cannot access system, keep getting 'The User Profile Service Failed the Login'  ' User Profile cannot be loaded'.  Tried restarting the system but keep getting this notice and cannot go beyond this.  Would like to have a solution before I do System Recovery.

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Hi ,  THIS IS A REGISTRY TWEAK  AND IS ADVANCED  IF YOUR NOT COMFORTABLE PLEASE DONT TRY THIS ... 

 

     Boot into safe mode ( tapping F8 at startup ) once your safe mode desktop has loaded  click the start key , in the search bar type  regedit   hit enter   .  Double left click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE  next double left click SOFTWARE    scroll down to  MICROSOFT  double left click  MICROSOFT  scroll down to WINDOWS NT double left click WINDOWS NT  , scroll down to PROFILE LIST  double click PROFILE  LIST  ,,,, Inside Profile list you will see two long script files  like  S-1-5-21-32778......   one script will  have .BAK at the end of the script . Right click the file that does not have .BAK at the end and click rename . Next at the end of the script type .BA   highlight the .BAK file and right click it and click rename . Remove the .BAK part of the file , Next highlight the .BA file again Right click  and rename and add K to the .BA so it reads .BAK .   The long script without .BAK at the end will need to be highlighted again on the right pane you will see REF COUNT  double click REF COUNT and you will see a number in a box make sure the number is 0 ( ZERO ) if not change it to ZERO 0  click OK . Next and lastly double click STATE and again change the number to 0 ( ZERO ) ... Close regedit and restart your machine and you will now be able to boot and load the Administrator account once more .   Hope this helps

 

                              You can also follow a step by step tutorial at this link 

 

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEyxD6ZG-jI

 

                                                     Checkurtech

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Thank you, this worked perfectly!

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        Glad to hear your up and running again ,  To help fellow Forum users if you can mark the post as solution it would be appreciated .  

     

                            Checkurtech

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I had this same problem with User Profile Service fail this afternoon. I printed your instructions and, despite being a computer beginner, followed them. Success! Thank you so much for your very clear directions; if a novice like me can do it then anyone can.

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Hi Will

Glad this helped you out .

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