Sometimes, your system may generate an error code indicating an error in the Windows Vista logon profile. This problem can be caused by a number of reasons.
I have Windows Vista Premium. I keep getting the message “The User Profile Service could not establish a connection. The user profile could not be loaded. ” I tried restarting andother suggestions for troubleshooting to no avail. I don’t have access to the Start menu because I can’t connect to my computer at all. Think I need a recovery disc? Old car and I can’t find any of the included CDs !! Help me!
They don’t tell you what “other” steps you took
Use these methods to solve your problem;
1. Before the problem occurs, perform a system restore in safe mode:
Access to Windows Safe Mode. Use the arrow keys to navigate and the ENTER key to select a mode (which you are already in).
2. Error message: “Failed to log in to User Profile Service. Unable to load user profile “when logging into Windows 7 or Windows Vista
Troubleshooting “The User Profile Service could not connect. Failed to load user profile. ”
And then the temporary profile is loaded;
“Temporary profile will be loaded after logging on to Windows Vista”
And how to fix a corrupted user profile:
“Fix corrupted user profile”
There are several ways to reinstall Vista.
This might help (upload files and create your own DVD):
And here are the instructions for burning ISO images to disk:
The above download links and information on how to create an ISO file and installation DVD can be found at the following link:
“How to download Vista ISO and create installation DVD or USB drive”
How to Create Vista USB Installation Key
You can contact your computer manufacturer and ask them to send you a set of recovery discs.
You should do this with little cost.
To reinstall Vista using the recovery discs, boot from the 1. provided recovery disc and follow the manufacturer’s instructions to reinstall:
You must change the boot order so that the DVD / CD drive is first in the boot order:
How to change the boot sequence in BIOS:
“How to replace Microsoft software or hardware, order service packs, and replace product guides”
If your hard drive has a manufacturer’s recovery partition, you can create your own recovery discs to reinstall the operating system.
Under Programs> find your computer manufacturer’s name> then find its system toolsRecovery software tools or titles, depending on what they say.
If you cannot find any evidence of this, contact the manufacturer for advice on creating these recovery discs.
Some manufacturers no longer have Vista recovery discs.
In this case, you may need to try:
You can also borrow and use a Microsoft Vista DVD containing installation files for the various editions of Vista (Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, and Ultimate). The product key on your computer / laptop bag identifies which edition it is Furniture.
Third party recovery DVDs cannot be used for the above purposes.
And you should know the “bit” version for Vista, because both 32-bit and 64-bit are available on different DVDs.
To reinstall Vista using the Microsoft Vista DVD:
“How to do a clean install and setup with full Vista”
After installing the operating system, go to the manufacturer’s website On your computer and get the latest drivers for your specific computer or laptop model.
When using the above reinstallation method, you may need to activate your phone.
“How to activate Vista normally and by phone”
Bill Smithers – Microsoft MVP July 2013 – December 2020
Reasons For This Error
We know this error is caused by one of the following reasons:
Microsoft states that a user profile can be corrupted if antivirus software scans your computer when you try to log in. However, this can be due to other reasons as well.
Restarting your computer might be a quick fix. However, if that doesn’t work, you’ll have to reboot and boot into Safe Mode. To do this, press F8 until the Windows boot screen appears and select Safe Mode from the menu that appears.
In safe mode, you will enter the built-in accountAs a Windows administrator, you may find that some options do not work.
Step 1. To fix a user profile, click Start, type regedit in the search box and press Enter.
Step 2. The Registry Editor will open and you will need to access the following key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows NT CurrentVersion ProfileList
Step 3. Click each S-1-5 folder and double-click the ProfileImagePath entry to see which user account it belongs to. (If your folder name ends in .bak or .ba, follow Microsoft’s instructions to rename it.)
If you don’t see any file extensions, follow our instructions for showing Windows file extensions.
Step 4. When you find the corrupted profile folder (and it does not have a .bak ending), double-click RefCount, change the data value to 0 and click OK.
Step 5. Now double click “Status”, make sure the data value is back to 0, and click “OK”.
Step 6. Close regedit and restart your computer. You can now log into your account.
If you still can’tIf you cannot solve the problem and cannot log in, you may need to reinstall Windows.