Hi Gurus, My computer running WinXP freezes after the logon screen and only shows the wallpaper bu does not load the desktop or start menu. Any help will be appreciated. Happy Holidays.Mine is doing the same thing. The only way I can run anything is using the task manager.
shows briefly then it automatically logs out. Has anyone any ideas how to cure this? I think it could be a virus but which one and where is it? Operating system XP homehttp://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=313322 A User Logon Request Is Rejected Without Any Messages http://www.winxptutor.com/wsaremove.htm Quick Launch settings are not saved; Search Assistant Toolbar in Taskbar Unable to
clients can find the DNS server. 3) XP machine's DNS server is pointed to your internal DNS server rather than your ISP's DNS server. 4) Make sure no errors on logon scripts or GPO's that could be causing the delay. 5) Check any errors on event viewer. 6) Disable NetBIOS on the interfaces that client will not use. Hope this helps :) Ashok (Ashokan Achari
When attempting recovery console, administrator password required but has been forgotten. When attempting safe mode, same trouble, does not allow logon. Cannot do recommended fix for error code because I cannot log on. I don't want to lose my C:\drive data. What can I do?Check out this MS KB Article for help: - "Error Code:
Hi, I've got a problem during logon. It seems to stop during one or two minute. The desktop is here, i can explore my folder, but a lot of feature are inactive during all this time : For example I cannot connect to Internet, or I cannot see
My computer gets to the logon screen, I click on my name and it immediately logs me off. I can't get in even in safe mode.try to log on with last known good configurations
I used to be able to edit the interactive logon message, but, now I can't seem to locate it. Will anybody help?Rocky, Is this what you're talking about? http://www.jsiinc.com/suba/tip0000/rh0024.htm Chuck Paranoia comes from experience - and is not necessarily a bad thing.
installed the many Windows updates. Does anyone know how I can eliminate this step in my logon process? Thanks much. PatGo to Control Panel user Accounts and check Use Welcome Screen .You can are checked. Is that where you were talking about? Pat Welcome Screen .You can under Logon ..and message user aHi Pat, Sandman was referring to the auto-logon setting which TweakUI offers
When I try to shut down or restart my computer, I get an error that says "Windows Logon UI has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience". I searched for this error and on a Windows XP site I found a guy who said to go into the registry and make
Help! My laptop shut down while restoring the system to an earlier point and now I can't get it to start up. It goes as far as showing the windows xp window but instead of going to the logon screen, the screen goes black and it starts loading again only to stop once more when it gets to the windows xp screen. I have a lot of info. that I don't want to lose and as it
After I logon at the windows logon screen the computer logs me right back off. What can I do to get logged on?
Last week, I spent about 90 minutes on the phone with Microsoft getting my system to restart after a corrupted configuration. After this, I get a message during boot "cannot logon because of account restrictions". I could click OK, and Windows loaded. Now, the error message flashes for a fraction of a second, proceeds to the Welcome screen, and hangs. If I'm quick enough, I can
screen. how can I get back to not needing it to login Thanx!Hi If you want to logon onto to Windows without having to enter a password, try the following: control userpasswords2 then uncheck 'Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer' and click 'Apply'. On
39;s XP unusable. We installed and ran Spy Assasin and Spy Hunter from Ad-aware. The pop ups are gone, but so is the start menu, the desktop, etc. When we try to logon, we get this message: Userinit Logon Application has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Help, please, anyone?Computer unusable is or has changed a registry modifys a Key which is
how any suggested solution worked for you. http://dts-l.org/goodpost.htm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Hi Gerry: I will look at the event viewer this evening. Anyidea what might be causing this? Did anyone find a fix to slow user logon issues? VictorSlow logon can be caused by any number of reasons. Gerry has the best solution, since Event Viewer provides more specific information about problems.
Amy. Does it work any different when the second user is Amy as opposed to the second user being Mike? Does it happen more readily if there's 2 minutes between the first and second user logon or if there's 15 minutes or does it not matter? Fourth - when you install the system, do you then go to windowsupdate.microsoft.com to get the latest service packs for your system? Here
her 1st try with computers, and I'd try to teach her the rudiments of computer security, re usernames and passwords, unknown mails and websites etc > Is it possible to hide an user account from the logon screen? > I'm about to set up an older (850MhzCeleron/512MB) machine for > my mother (w/ > XPpro, eye candy OFF) and though if I'd create an
times. I'm using it in a corporate environment on a Windows 2000 domain. The "Ctrl+Alt+Del" screen appears very quickly, but upon entering logon credentials, it just sits there for up to 5 minutes with a blue background (no, not the screen of death) and the mouse pointer. There's no hourglass, no activity on the disk indicator, nothing. I initially thought this
. Or you can use Tweak UI: You can download TweakUI from http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/pro/downloads/powertoys.asp and when installed go to Programs>Powertoys for Windows XP>Tweak UI - then go to Logon>Autologon.
automatically without any wait time. I didn't really do anything last night After a few hours last night, I turned my PC back on . under Win. XP, it shows that Welcome screen, then it makes the logon sound the screen is still in Welcome. Usually it would log on to my desktop, make the sound, then load. But this time, I had to wait for 10+ seconds, then it goes to my desktop and
Hi, please help! I received an error message about windows explorer. I restarted my computer, but was unable to load my computer from the logon screen. After I type my password and press enter, it loads for a few seconds and immediately logs me off. I can't even enter safe mode. I saw some information about using the XP CD-ROM and the recovery