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The User Profile Service has failed to logon. User Profile corrupt cannot be loaded error.
Windows 7 Agurucomputers can help fix this sort of computer error
User profile load failure
Occasionally, users report their profiles not loading, or Windows informs users that it logged the user on with a temporary user profile. It’s rare for Windows to not load a user profile because it is a “corrupt” user profile. Typically, a user profile does not load because:
- A process is not playing nice in the sandbox—meaning some process other than Winlogon opened ntuser.dat exclusively thereby preventing Winlogon from loading the user profile.
- Windows cannot find the user profile. This is most often the case when using Roaming, Mandatory, or Super Mandatory user profiles. All these profile types require network connectivity. In these cases, no network means Windows will not loaded user profile.
- Configuration – Windows is configured, through a policy or otherwise, not to load the user profile. Profile quota size, or slow links are common causes for this scenario.
The most common scenario classified as the mythical corrupt profile is the first, and rightly so because is painfully difficult to diagnose. Configuration is the second most likely scenario that attributes to the mythical corrupt profile. It’s rare to associate unavailable user profiles as corrupt, or scenarios involving the awesome access is denied error message.
User settings missing
Another scenario that perpetuates the corrupted profile myth is one that involves user settings disappearing. It’s unlikely that user settings disappear; it’s more likely the user settings were not saved. A number of scenarios can lead to this possibility.
Most recently, I’ve seen a number of scenarios, mostly with Terminal Servers, where settings do not persist. Our case data show a trend of these scenarios using non-Microsoft profile management software. This software changes how Windows handles the user profile. Typically, these implementations treat the user profile as a local profile and then implements “magical magic” to roam user data back to a central location. This introduces a number of moving parts that must work correctly to ensure user settings are saved. Also, some of these non-Microsoft solutions allow you to partition portions of the user settings that persistent and those that do not. This allows control over which user settings roam through their solution and which settings do not. In these cases, verify the solution, third-party or otherwise, propagated the saved settings. However, this is not a corrupt user profile.
A user profile is a collection of settings that make the computer look and work the way you want it to for a user account. It contains the account’s settings for desktop backgrounds, screen savers, pointer preferences, sound settings, and other features. User profiles ensure that your personal preferences are used whenever you sign in to Windows.
A user profile is different from a user account, which you use to sign in to Windows. Each user account has at least one user profile associated with it.
it’s possible that your user profile is not corrupted, but that Windows is having trouble loading it,
Remember to do regular backups of your computer to help with this type of computer error