Vista adminstrative user profile not loading

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by pkrtony, Nov 11, 2008.

  1. pkrtony

    pkrtony Guest

    Cannot logon to my Adminstrative user profile. All other users i am abl
    to logon, but I cannot uninstall programs, although I enter the correc
    administrative Pw
    Seems like the adminstrative user file is corrupted. Any ideas on ho
    to fix it??
    Thanks in advance..
    pkrtony, Nov 11, 2008
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  2. pkrtony

    Flavius Guest

    Don't you have any other administrative account turned on?-If you don't
    there are still 2 ways to resolve problem by using editing remotly

    1.Turn on remotly built-in Administrator account:see post 2 in this

    loggin in built-in Administrative account and follow

    2.You can also try remotly directly fix from this
    but of course you have to load file *SOFTWARE* to *HKLM* under name for
    example *REM_SOFTWARE* so key which locally seeing as *HKLM\Software...*
    remotly will be seeing as (in this way) *HKLM\REM_SOFTWARE*...

    see also this thread from post 17 where I showed exaclty how edit
    registry remotly:

    Of course there is also 3 trivial resolve:

    Boot DVD Vista

    Choose language>>Repair>>Computer>>System Restore and choose any
    previous checkpoint
    Flavius, Nov 11, 2008
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  3. pkrtony

    pkrtony Guest

    How do you create a temporary profile??. I tried creating new user bu
    nothing happens. Can I use another user profile that exist and edi
    settings as adminstrative, I dont care if it is modified??? I do no
    have a Vista disk. Only a recovery disk from the store where I purchase
    pkrtony, Nov 12, 2008
  4. pkrtony

    Flavius Guest

    Download — The NeoSmart Files'
    instead DVD Vista
    Flavius, Nov 12, 2008
  5. pkrtony

    pkrtony Guest

    I did the following and it worked. Thanks for the advic

    1)Boot recovery disc and loaded windows files
    2)Went to repair option and repaired register
    3)In advanced options entered in System Restore and use a restore poin
    few day
    before problem occurred
    4) Files were restored and computer restarted...
    pkrtony, Nov 13, 2008
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