and now when i open my computer, it will not turn on to desktop but remain ‘windows'. Using the OEM CD, logged into the Recovery Console 2. I've tried in both modes Normal & Safe but no luck View all 7 comments Report bongo- Dec 7, 2008 02:56AM You might want to try the fix that is mentioned It stops you from getting to task manager, run, and by the time nortons or ad-aware new their was a virus it was already to late.
I don't have the XP boot disc, but I do have Knoppix and it's my first time using it (go easy on me please). Everything else is done. If the information matches and the user account is valid, Windows XP Professional creates an access token for the user. for more information use google search and try not to read Microsoft's "official" help they are confusing.
March 18, 2009 King When i go into computer management it doesn't show Local Users and Groups April 10, 2009 slim hi… i cant get into my usser account as it February 6, 2011 Kendall OMG thank you so much that helped me alot! Type the name and password of the other user, and login.
The other cannot. The boot up, logon background screen and the logoff screen I made up by copy and past of pictures I found on the internet. The solution is expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32\ or if you CD into \windows\system32 expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ . Windows 7 Logs Off Immediately After Login Domain There's a simple registry hack that you can do to hide accounts from the login screen, or you could alternatively delete the user account if you really don't need it.
recently by mistake my daughter added her name as login and now whenever the PC starts, it starts with here personal setting. Windows Xp Automatically Logs Off Somehow, try to find one good program for changing registry from DOS... I got this tower from someone else who had lost the password, of course. In trying to ‘fix' it, all I get is the message that I am not the Administrator and to use a admin account~which I inadvertently deleted.
Report mandj- Jan 21, 2010 12:24PM I followed your instructions, but it wouldn't boot back up it said a password had been changed. Windows 7 Logging Off Automatically I had a Trojan Horse virus on my PC so I managed to download AVG 8.0 antivirus. Its a shame that much talent is used in such an evil way. The great thig with Microsoft, is to help you leave your system so open.
I think that relacing userinit is not the final solution as there may be other steps needed. I have this old HD that I need to access. Computer Logs Off Immediately After Login Windows 7 SteveA ps the lcars shell prog i am using I found online along with the sounds to replace XP's normal sounds. Windows Xp Logon Logoff Loop Fix Computer Hope Forum Main pageFree helpTipsDictionaryForumLinksContact Welcome, Guest.
December 17, 2008 jd2066 @rtrg: You can burn a boot disc and use it to reset the password of the accounts on the computer. Everything you suggested can be done in normal mode. So how do we hide that other account from the login screen? Report mayzer05› SNoWDoGG - Dec 24, 2009 02:33PM when putting in your fix (expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32\ , I get the message (there is no floppy disk or cd in the drive) Windows Xp Auto Logoff
I'm on a fixed disability income, with no credit card!) May 23, 2010 patrick ok my question is i had 3 user accounts on the start up screen and now there I have been hunting on the internet for instructions for changing only the log off background screen and so far I have found many instructions for changing boot and log on WAQAR GILGITI, your a jerk. What does 'md tmp' do?
It looks like it does, but doesn't. Windows Xp Auto Logoff After Inactivity The next time you log off you'll see that the other account is gone. and the Recoverything isn't working?
FAQ: How to copy file into system, or cahnge the registry when I cant login? Note This procedure assumes that Windows XP is installed to the C:\Windows folder. Report Your Fan- Apr 22, 2010 05:07AM Thanks THANKS T H A N K S T H A N K S Report Error getter- Jun 9, 2010 09:27PM I got worse Windows Xp Logs Off After Inactivity Report Westone› Robes - Dec 14, 2009 07:43PM It is you who are the jerk.
Report macson› the_apocalypse - Jan 5, 2010 05:14AM hi, I've seen everything you wrote about. Please help Report swiftrance- Jan 20, 2010 08:43PM boot to your winxp cd, press r to enter recovery console. Schedule The Tasks At Any Time You Want With Wise Auto Shutdown, you can schedule the task to be executed daily, at an exact time, on a certain date and time So I deleted the one in the c:\i386\userinit.exe when I had the hard drive attached to another workstation.
How Windows XP Professional authenticates a user depends on whether the user is logging on to a domain or logging on locally to a computer (see Figure 1.12). Don't be dumb like me though, I was stressing out when I had put a ";" versus just the "," which will cause the same Log On/Log Off issue to happen. There are articles on this site that say how to do to that like http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/change-your-forgotten-windows-password-with-the-linux-system-rescue-cd/ December 27, 2008 RIKI So I wanted to bypass that annoying XP login password window (and For those who cannot remove their drive try to use BARTPE or ERD commander to back up your files.. ..
for more info on the expand utility) Cheers chaps! ;) View all 7 comments Report N.C.- Mar 3, 2009 10:13PM THIS fix worked! http://windowsxp.mvps.org/peboot.htm 5) Added Shell and Winlogon information to Registry keys (as the antivirus had removed them altogether) Under HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon Shell=explorer.exe Userinit = C:\windows\system32\userinit.exe, (don't forget the , at the end) I would also like this informatgion printable. Same old problem persists Report tcrosby- Jan 8, 2010 02:04PM Also, I heard that an infection may have changed the registry to look at wsaupdater.exe instead of userinit.exe So I did
Report Sandy- Feb 4, 2010 07:31AM So let me get this clear I download PE to a working computer, run it, then use my Windows disc for it to extract whatever I also tried formatting it but it won't let me. It was pointing to "X:\i386\something..something\userinit.exe, " So I changed it to "C:\WINDOWS\System32.exe" Rebooted, Still same problem Report MarvL 2Posts Saturday January 9, 2010Registration date January 9, 2010 Last seen - Jan You can easily select which task you want to preform on the left and specify time when you want that task to be executed on the right, then start the task.
and some of them didnt have their own computer for Christmas/NewYear, spent vacations tring to find solution, whats sad... First I used knoppix to check whether userinit.exe exists in C:/windows/system32, it was there. I have alread spent a day & half on it. I grab Windows in Safe Mode ?
February 13, 2010 kin thanks alot. :) February 25, 2010 tanner Hello i am trying to delete my account can anyone help me March 5, 2010 nara i went to youtube When I lost my Userinit.exe file it may cause automatic logoff when we try to log on with any user. I tried to replace the hdd with an xp hdd.
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