Report Haroon› SNoWDoGG - Mar 21, 2009 01:20AM I've tried the userinit.ex_ solution, bu the system shot back with no disk in d: drive and when I tried to open the This registry was created and saved during the initial setup of Windows XP. Again thanks..... Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. http://ecoflashapps.com/windows-7/computer-cannot-shut-down-windows-7.html
No, create an account now. I know it's a lot to ask, but like most here, i'm having trouble. Any help would be mucho appreciated. Select the HKEY_USERS hive 3. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/555648
Lots of helpful information. Thanks Report suhaimimd› SNoWDoGG - Jan 5, 2010 08:18PM Thanks. Looking to get things done in web development? To solve the problem, use the Symantec LiveUpdate feature to download the updated Symantec Common Client programs.
by R. I am not easily discouraged, but i do know that my last resort is Geek Squad. Use that letter to "prefix" the command linesuch asX:\FRST.exe where X stands for the USB-drive letterThe tool will start to run.When the tool opens click Yes to disclaimer.Press Scan button.It will Windows 7 Logging Off Automatically Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Maurice Naggar Staff Moderators 16,593 posts Location: USA Interests: Security, Windows, Windows Update, malware prevention ID: 5 Posted November
Would you be kind enough to give me a step by step guide or know where I can get one. If not, any chance you've got the time and energy to write out the rest of the steps for us poor schlubs for whom the other solutions posted have not worked? You da man, man. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies.
These will only work If your hard drive is not faulty. Windows 7 Auto Logoff Problem Atleast now I can get in to windows really quick and get my files and then reformat the drive. Replace the X with the relevant OS boot drive letter. Thanks!
Thanks Report thankful user› Daniel - Feb 24, 2010 07:51AM Your last solution was also the last option I found so far during two days of extensive search in the web. i tried the expand command from recovery console: expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32\userinit.exe but in my case I got the "file could not be created" error so I expanded the file to another Computer Logs Off Immediately After Login Windows 7 If you have a dual-boot or multiple-boot computer, select the installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console. 4. Windows 7 Logon Logoff Loop just wanted to say that its a pity idiots like you exist....
I believe it's the Broadcom wireless LAN tray process. his comment is here I followed the Recovery disk steps and used map to identify the logical USB port DRIVE D. Report VISHNU› SNoWDoGG - Apr 27, 2009 12:57PM thanking you, I used this and I am sucCessful Report ledbeck› SNoWDoGG - Apr 30, 2009 02:54PM this worked on the first try Double-click Userinit and set it's value correctly. Windows 10 Logs Off Immediately After Login
Any advise? Report TURTLEZ- Mar 1, 2009 09:22PM Now what if you don't have the disks? The file was deleted by the antivirus, but the registry key wasn't fixed: hence the autologoff behaviour... this contact form Type-in the built-in Administrator password to enter the Console.
After a few more tries I used Norton Ghost partition to partition option and it actually worked. Windows 10 Immediately Signs Out Then I tried to copy an userinit.exe / explorer.exe of my pc to this pc but this did not solve the problem. tried resetting password by hitting f9, it still dosent work.please help!!!
Ending the process from the task manager allowed me to logoff. Figuring the registry could have been modified to point somewhere else (besides userinit or wsaupdater), I setup a BartPE (preinstalled environment) disc, booted to that, and checked my registry. Log In or Register to post comments Please Log In or Register to post comments. Windows 10 Keeps Signing Me Out Immediately After Logging In. Report Jon- Jan 8, 2010 10:13PM I tried to type in the name of my infected computer..
Report raverdave0- Jan 21, 2010 10:19AM Hi all, At work one of are users got the Internet Security 2010 Virus. I selected Administrator as well as my name,. The following worked for me... 1) I was able to remove the hard drive and install it on a clean computer as a slave drive. http://ecoflashapps.com/windows-7/unable-to-lock-computer-windows-7.html I followed all your steps (despite there were no signs of corrupted files or registry entries) but there was no real result.
the expand command worked. Install your antvirus immediately after.Other security references at Microsoft4 steps to protect your computerHow to boost your malware defense and protect your PCI wish you well. After using this (expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32\) off an XP Pro disk Recovery Console boot, was able to boot into safe mode, now running scans to finish cleaning up his virus/malware issues. I'm having the similar problem, except it happened on my laptop ...
Report sam- Mar 5, 2009 01:47AM i dont know the console password... I also checked permissions on these files with knoppix, everything fine. close WindowsWindows 10 Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2003 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Exchange ServerExchange Server 2013 Exchange Server 2010 Exchange Server 2007 Exchange Step 2: Verifying and fixing the Userinit.ext 1.
Report the_apocalypse- Jan 1, 2009 10:29PM actually you are supposed to replace the "x" with the letter that is relevant to your particular setup, its like in algebra "x" can be Report Shwapon- Sep 24, 2009 03:55AM Dear sir, in the Registry editor file menu I can't see "connect remote registry" but there is "connect network registry" After I connect network registry It allows me to enter only one letter, any suggestions. Database administrator?
If u still know it, just do steps. Thuso Report Fred- May 18, 2009 02:02PM I did as you instructed with the expand command. Like Us?