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My computer logged into the temporary account after downloading hp products, I would appreciate it if you help me with how to recover it.

Bilgisayarım hp ürünlerini indirdikten sonra geçici hesaba giriş yaptı nasıl kurtaracağım konusunda yardımcı olursanız sevinirim saygılar.

 

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Hi@ugurucaral1, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

             

Its sounds as if the latest version of your Account is being corrupted over and over.

 

There could have been a recent Update that ruined your account profile.
You might have accidentally set something in a browser - or a profile that has corrupted your account setups.
There could simply be a corrupted file in your account that cannot be cleared.

 

The following may help IF there is not something IN the account that is causing the corruption.

Fix a corrupted user profile

 

 

Other Options

 

The above answer is actually part of a larger group of answers grouped together in a Post on the Microsoft Answer Page:  Temporary profile after Windows 7 update

 

Try System Restore to "go back to a time and date" when it all worked:

Using Microsoft System Restore (Windows 

 

Restoring Windows to a Previous Point (Windows 7

 

 

For later

 

One of the things you might consider for this and any computer you have in your home network:

 

Keep an extra account on the computer -- with admin privileges. 
Do not use the account. 
Do not "add things" to the account, including extra browsers, shortcuts that are not part of the standard Operating System, and do not use the account to do program installations.
Do NOT set up the account with a fingerprint Reader.
Do NOT set up the account with any added security other than the VERY GOOD password that you give to the account when you create it.
Do NOT create fancy backgrounds in the account, do not change the "personalization" settings, nor any other settings that change the basic nature of the account.
Do log into the account on occasion to be sure you have access to the account.
Why have the extra account?

It is insurance.

 

 

What if NOTHING works and you really do not want to crawl around in the registry...

 

Well, you could try a scan of the File System -- this may work if the issue is one of the missing or corrupted files:

Using System File Checker (SFC) to Restore System Files

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 

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