Profile will not load/ IP CONFLICT problems

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by GregAyala, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. GregAyala

    GregAyala New Member

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    Recently my girlfriend's computer had the error, User Profile Won't Load... When I try to do a system restore it asks for her password and I put it in then it says the restore programs cannot be found. At the same time on an alternate profile she has an ip conflict problem and I cannot begin to resolve this because when I try to run things as admin whatever i attempt to open says it is not found...

    So I figure I have to reinstall Windows 7. . . However this laptop is from a store and I do not have a windows 7 dvd... Any suggestions?


    I need immediate help and I apologize if this is a repost... I have gone through and looked how to solve this user profile problem but the password won't work...
     
  2. GregAyala

    GregAyala New Member

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    help!!! she needs to have this fixed to do her final for nursing school!
     
  3. Captain Jack

    Captain Jack Extraordinary Member

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    Hello & Welcome !!

    As you suggested Repair would be the best option. Here follow this link it will tell you how to create a Repair Disk and how to perform a Repair install

    System Repair Disc - Create - Windows 7 Forums

    Repair Install - Windows 7 Forums


    Also try to enable the Build-n administrator and see whether in that Profile it works or not.

    Built-in Administrator Account - Enable or Disable - Windows 7 Forums


    Hope this helps,
    Captain
     
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  4. GregAyala

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    Thank you very much sir! I am going to try the built in administrator, then attempt a system restore. If that does not work then I will reinstall Windows 7
     

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