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How to create new profile in windows vista but PC is in domain.... RRS feed

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  • Dear Sir,

    I have one machine with windows vista operating system, but this machine is in the Domain.

    My own profile has been courreped, when i try to login with my own ID its saying windows failed to load my profile and that i've been logged into a temporary profile and that any changes I make will not be saved when I log out.  This computer is fairly new so i don't know why it is doing that.

    how i can create permanent profile pls help me.

    Tushar Zavare

    9870311725

     

    Thursday, April 8, 2010 7:05 AM

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  • Dear Sir,

    I have one machine with windows vista operating system, but this machine is in the Domain.

    My own profile has been courreped, when i try to login with my own ID its saying windows failed to load my profile and that i've been logged into a temporary profile and that any changes I make will not be saved when I log out.  This computer is fairly new so i don't know why it is doing that.

    how i can create permanent profile pls help me.

    Tushar Zavare

    9870311725

     


    hi tushar,

    if your user account has been corrupted, it is possiable to delete this profile and create a new one via user accounts found in control panel, however a safer option would be to back up your data to an external hard drive and then reload your os disk into your hard drive and perform an upgrade after witch you can create a new profile and repair any corruption all in one.

    hope this helps any further assistance please ask.

    yours


    ASHLEY NO:1 FAN OF MICROSOFT AND WINDOWS 7 dont forget if you mark answer as correct,vote for it as helpful to help other user's find a solution quicker
    Wednesday, April 21, 2010 1:19 AM
  • hi tushar,

    i had a few spare minutes so i thought i would follow up on your issue to see if it has now been resolved or do you still need more assistance. please let us know.

    have a great day

    yours


    ASHLEY NO:1 FAN OF MICROSOFT AND WINDOWS 7 dont forget if you mark answer as correct,vote for it as helpful to help other user's find a solution quicker
    Friday, April 23, 2010 12:39 PM