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Q: Can't logon to my computer

Every time I turn on my computer (lenovo g530 running windows xp) There is no logon screen. Instead it pops up a message that says C:\WINDOWS\Resources\Theme\Nocturnal.Theme. Not enough quota is available to process this command. Everytime I push OK it just pops up again. This includes safe mode and other modes. I believe it has something to do with trying to change the login theme.

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A: Can't logon to my computer

Did you try the following?

Start your computer.
When you see the "Please select the operating system to start" message, press the F8 key.
When the Windows Advanced Options menu appears, use the ARROW keys to select Last Known Good Configuration (your most recent settings that worked), and then press ENTER.
If you are running other operating systems on your computer, use the ARROW keys to select Microsoft Windows XP, and then press ENTER.

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I have a computer which will not allow me to map a drive to another computer within our network.  Both devices are Windows 7.  In my small network, I have three WIN7 devices and one WIN10 device.   One WIN7 and the WIN10 machines are
both mapped to the HOST WIN7 device successfully.  I am able to PING the "errored WIN7" computer from the host computer; I am able to see the computer and shares on the error'd from the HOST machine but when I try to map from the error'd machine
to HOST I get the <g class="gr_ gr_5319 gr-alert gr_spell gr_inline_cards gr_run_anim ContextualSpelling ins-del" data-gr-id="5319" id="5319">Logon</g> Failure error (above).  I have completed the following:
-Reset Advanced Sharing Settings (ensured File and Printer Sharing are turned ON and Password Protected Sharing is turned OFF)
-Group Policy Management ( allow log on locally and ensured the ADMIN account (and everyone) is in the Group settings
-Group Policy Management (removed the Deny log on locally) assignment
-HOST machine (Everyone is allowed under User Rights)
-Network Sharing (enabled network discover, use user accounts and passwords to connect to other computers)
-Network access (Allow anonymous SID/name translation)
-Network access (Let everyone permissions apply to anonymous users)
-Network access (Restrict anonymous access to Named Pipes and Shares)
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Windows 2003 server local policy keeps loosing the users that I set so that it can be browsed accross the workgroup. I can browse the server from the other pcs in the workgroup only for a few minutes until the policy looses the users all by itself. I cannot find anything that can explain what's going on. BTW - I can browse the other computers from the server with no problem. The local policy on the other computers don't change themselves. TY

A:logon failure: the user has -been granted the requested logon type at this computer

Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer

If you see this message the following should be done on the computer containing the shared files:

Download the following and install it

Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools

after installation is complete, click on: Start, All Programs, Windows Resource Kit Tools, Command Shell

Then enter the following commands. (Attention: they are case sensitive.)

net user guest /active:yes
ntrights +r SeNetworkLogonRight -u Guest
ntrights -r SeDenyNetworkLogonRight -u Guest

The first command enables network access for Guest, the two subsequent ones change two different policies to allow network access for Guest.

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Can some one help me understand what seems to be the problem.
I can log on the domain using my credential as admin. But any user with less then admin gets the following error:
Can't logon because the logon method you are using is not allowed on this computer.
Does anyone know what needs to be done?

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logon to this computer you must be granted the allow logon through terminal services. i have setup a AD in my virtual box and install ts. i also have create a client pc in my virtual box. whenever from my cilent pc i connect to the ts web access to get the apps from the server. i key in my id and password it will prompt me this message. but i have already assign the rights. i have already enable this option allow logon through terminal service, allow logon through terminal locally. i have added remote desktop user to permission to it. but it seems like it not working. can anyone advise me how i can do it ? or is it the ts license without activating i cannot access?

A:logon to this computer you must be granted the allow logon through ts

Let me know if I understand you correctly. You are trying to use a program Terminal Services without the correct proper activation.
What operating system do you have and are you trying to use Microsoft's Terminal Services program?

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200+ Windows 7 Pro machines, similar configuration, 1/4 of them x86, 3/4 x64.
Encountered 6 such machines having this problem: After a restart, user logon stuck at a black screen. In Windows event application log there is an event 'The Windows logon process has failed to spawn a user application'. This application is an in-house developed
application and is called at winlogon\userinit registry key.
A restart into Safe Mode, first logon will experience an auto-restart, then second logon ok. Subsequent logon into normal Windows is ok.

Setting the group policy setting to User Account Control: Behaviour in Admin Approval Mode to 'Elevated without prompt' doesn't solve the problem.

All machines are in workgroup.
There seems to be a relationship between security hardening (through local security policy) and this behaviour but not conclusive because some of the machines encountering the problem had not been hardened.
When I booted a machine under MS DART and change the userinit registry key to call userinit.exe instead of the in-house application, subsequent user can logon correctly under normal mode. Then changing it back to call the in-house application will again
logon into black screen.
Based on these observations, can anyone share what Windows does during Safe Mode to recovery such problem? under what circumstances does it auto-restart after a logon? Can local GPO enforcement corrupt the default user profile?

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I switched to a backup computer after my current one died. It was bringing up two user accounts, one of which I do not know what it is, and apparently it was trying to log into that one first, as it was in the box and it said the password which I had not entered, was incorrect. I believe I changed the account to my Microsoft Account and entered the password, I got in. However I don't like seeing that second account on there with the computer trying to boot up into it first so I tried to get rid of it. That account did not show up in my user accounts list, but google found a way to see all the other accounts via cmd prompt. In an attempt to get rid of it, I clicked "disable" on the account I did not recognize. This was not the administrator account. Upon reboot, both accounts still show up on the screen but now neither will let me in. It still tries to use the account I don't recognize and tells me the password entered is wrong, despite me not entering a password. Using my Microsoft Account, it now says the password is incorrect. However, I can still get into that account with the current password on my laptop. Trying to dig into this, the option to change the password comes up, but since I have the laptop automatically boot up without entering the password, I don't want to mess that up and not have any access. Actually, I guess that means I have it set up to boot without a password and changing it supposedly won't affect it...is that correct? Do you thin... Read more

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I had a virus on my computer and I installed PC Doctor to remove it (so I thought). Now at the logon screen, I logon and it will not let me. I see my desktop (without icons) for a few seconds and then the computer logs me off. I tried to run in safe mode but the same thing keeps happening. PLEASE HELP!!!

A:I Can't Logon To My Computer Help!

Do you have an XP install CD by chance? You could do a repair installation. I had to do that very same thing last month and it worked like a charm. Programs and personal documents were not affected.

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I want to setup my logon for my computer
I have 2 hard drives both sata 150

I have this for logon now

[boot loader]
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect /usepmtimer

it loads XP on my 250 GB

I want to put 98SE on the second hard drive which is 40 GB
The 40 GB is a new install and I need to access it to install 98SE on it.

So, What I need is to redo my [boot loader] can you help?

A:Want to set up computer logon - ratznjammers

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I am running Vista home addition windows. When i turn computer on and it goes to logon screen. when i enter my password I get the following message:
The user profile service failed the logon. User profile cannont be loaded.

I dont have re installation disc as the computer software came loaded from Dell.

Can any one help?

A:logon to my computer problems

System model?


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We had a computer sitting here in a closet at the school where I work that was like all the other pcs in the lab. I plugged it in to see what might be wrong with it. The log in screen for Windows XP Home shows up like all the others (they were donated to us). The same two accounts show up, one with admin abilities, one for students. When I attempted to log on it gives me an error message that says "unable to log you on because of an account restriction." Crt-alt-del to change the log on method gives me a the same message. All the others with the exact same specs came up fine. I tried going crt-alt-del 2x and typing "admin" and leaving the password blank hoping someone never changed it when it was installed. Didnt work. The account restriction message comes up on both accounts listed in the logon page.

Any ideas?

Ok new information... when booting to safe mode, the accounts listed show "Administrator" and then the admin account mentioned previously, but does not show the student account that the regular boot shows... thats weird. I am assuming that I can change something in safe mode if I can get into the administrator account.

On return to boot in normal mode, the only two accounts that show up on the Windows XP logon screen are the 2 accounts mentioned earlier (including student). The administrator account that shows up during safe mode boot doesnt show up in a normal boot. When I crt-alt delete 2x and type in "administrator" and th... Read more

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please help me my desktop will not go to log-on page. it will "boot up" and then it will show a blank black page with a white line on top...any suggestions?
also: e machine, vista, Intel duel-core, nvidia...if that helps

A:Computer will not go to logon page

How far does it go before it stops? Does it get to the Windows logo?

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When i turn on my computer, the windows Xp will come up and go off then the screen turns black. then a blue screen comes up saying WINDOWS LOGON PROCESS SYSTEM PROCESS TERMINATED UNEXPECTIDLY WITH A STATUS O SYSTEM HAS BEEN SHUT DOWN. Wat does this mean and how can i fix it.
Thank you

A:Computer Wont Logon

Welcome to Bleeping Computer hesapro90. Seeing as you didn't provide the actual error number or tell us what your OS is ,we can only guess at this point as to exactly what your problem is.See if the following troubleshooting site info provides any help. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/156669/en-us

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ok i am a program writer and today i thought i'd try to create a user poll type thing on logon so i changed the value UserInit from "userinit.exe,NDDEAGNT.EXE" to "startup.vbs,NDDEAGNT.EXE" and in my script it has a line that is supposed to run userinit.exe - in other words before explorer.exe gets loaded my script runs. so after its done it runs userinit.exe which runs explorer but instead when i logon i get logged off. what can i do to fix this? i've tried safe mode it doesn't work so is there a way to get in command prompt without starting windows

A:When I Logon Computer Logs Off

sorry but i found the solution

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Hello all,

I am working on an acer desktop computer. It is currently running Windows XP 32bit with SP3. This is my boss's computer. He said that the computer would run for a few hours then shut off because it was too hot. I told him to clean out the computer (he knows enough about computers to clean it without breaking something). Now the computer will go into hibernation about 30 seconds to a minute after logging on.

I ran a live linux CD to see what the temperature of the computer was. I saw that the GPU was running at 93 degrees celsius. Next I opened up the computer myself, unplugged and plugged in the hdd and ram, reapplied thermal glue and cleaned the CPU and GPU, and just did an overall clean inside the case (he missed some areas like fans). After doing all that I got the temperature down a lot to a safe level.

The problem was still happening after all that, so I disabled hibernation. Now instead of hibernating after logging on, it goes into standby. I don't think this is a heat issue anymore, because I have the temperature at normal levels. I did run tests on the hdd, ram, and cpu and they all checked out. I have no idea what is going on. Thank you to anyone who has any suggestions in advance, I'll be checking this often to see if anyone replies. Ask me any questions if you'd like. Thanks!

A:Computer goes into standby after logon

Something else that might be helpful, if I wait at the log on screen, it does not go into standby. Only after selecting a user, then waiting the 30 seconds to a minute will it go into standby. After it does this it will not wake from standby, so I have to hold the power button to shut it off.

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Hey, when I try to boot my computer, it seems fine and then there is this option where I can choose to boot my computer normally or in safe mode, but in both options the screen goes black and the only thing I see is my cursor (I can move my cursor)

If it helps, a long time ago I changed the msv1_0.dll file so I could log in to the Admin user without a password, but then I wanted to change it back so I deleted it and put the old one in there and then the error occurred. I tried changing it back to the admin msv1_0.dll file, but I still had the problem I had before...

A:My computer can't get to the logon screen

Hi, I am very good at fixing these problems as I have had that problem myself!!

Could you please specify what OS You are using?

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Maybe my wife "logged me off" instead of "powering off" my computer but she's telling me (via phone, I'm out of town on a laptop) it's asking for my password.

I've NEVER logged off so I don't remember what my password might be. Is there some way to figure this out so I can help her get online with my computer while I'm out of town on travel?

I'm running Windows XP home and IE 6.0 (I believe). If you need additional info, let me know.

A:computer asking for my password upon trying to logon

Welcome to TSF....

I am sorry but passwords are the one thing that is really taboo here at TSF.... We have absolutely no way to determine the actual ownership of the computer and as a result of that can not actually help with this problem. It is a legal type thing.

Hewre below is the actual rule as it is written:

Password rule at TSF....

Users may not post hacks, cracks, or give instruction how to pirate any type of software, or anything similar, in any forum of TSF. We do not condone, support or give instruction on any illegal activity pertaining to computer systems, computer hardware, computer software programs or computer related activities. Included in this group of activities are requests for help to circumvent system admin passwords or Administrator settings on networks. We do understand that the majority of requests may be legitimate, but we do not have the means to discern these from non-legitimate requests.

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Tom's Hardware couldn't help me with my peril. Can this forum solve my problem?

A:Computer won't go to logon screen

<<Asus P5Q SE2
Seagate Barracuda and Maxtor Diamondmax, both 80GB, both SATA
Pulled from working pre-built PCs so I'm assuming the OS is OEM for each
Both are using Windows XP Home Premium Service Pack 3 (32 bit)
I have a repair disc for the Maxtor OS, and it should work on the Seagate OS>>

Taking a hard drive from System A...and inserting it into System B...is a crap-shoot that liekly won't work. To make it simple...the drivers and settings for one motherboard...are not normally transferable to a different board. These drivers and settings...are what allows Windows to function properly with the system hardware. This is a design feature of Windows XP and any more recent version of Windows.

Changing a Motherboard or Moving Hard Drive - http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/moving_xp.html


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My desktop (which has winXP) was infected by some trojan virus, so I downloaded AVG free edition, and ran it. It asked me to reboot to complete the check. I've restarted my computer a few times and it goes to the welcome page. I click on my user name, it says "loading your personal settings", flashes my desktop background and then goes right back to the welcome page and says 'logging off', and i'm right back to the blue welcome page.

AVG found a whole bunch of infections (most of them were related to the virus) and one that it couldn't get rid of (...system32\userinit.exe or something like that). Did it delete something important from my system, and if so, how do i get it back? I have no idea where my XP cd is, but I do have my laptop and internet and a usb key (if i need to download something and put it in to my desktop).

Thanks so much for any help!

A:Ran AVG to get rid of viruses, can't logon to computer

Hello and welcome to TSF.


I have no idea where my XP cd is

You'll need to find your Windows XP installation disk. It's the only way we can help you. Once you find your XP installation disk:

You will need to go into the Recovery Console. To do this, follow these steps:Insert your Windows XP CD into your CD drive.
Shutdown your computer.
Turn on your computer, and immediately press f12
Keep on rapidly pressing f12. You should get a one time boot screen. Use the arrow keys and choose your CD rom drive. Note: If you get to the windows login screen, you have gone too far. Shut the computer down and try again.

You should then get a box that says: press any key to boot to the cd...
Make sure you press a key quickly!
You should now get a blue screen with white text. Allow the CD to load. This may take some time.
You will then be presented with the recovery console.
You should see this text:


This portion of the Setup program prepares Microsoft Windows XP to run on your computer:

To setup Windows XP now, press ENTER.

To repair a Windows XP installation using Recovery Console, press R.

To quit Setup without installing Windows XP, press F3.

Press the "R" button to enter Recovery Console.

If you have a dual-boot or multiple-boot system, choose the installation that you need to access from the Recovery Console. When prompted, type the Administrator p... Read more

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have a dell inspiron 1525/1526 with vista home edition. Yesterday, when I attempted to login to my computer I got this message: "The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded".

How to I fix this so I can use my computer?? I am sure the password is correct.

A:logon to my computer fails

Originally Posted by gizzyshears

have a dell inspiron 1525/1526 with vista home edition. Yesterday, when I attempted to login to my computer I got this message: "The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded".

How to I fix this so I can use my computer?? I am sure the password is correct.


I also have a 1525. Have you tried booting in safe mode? does it fail there? is there another user account to try? if not there is a way to enable the built in admin account but you might want to try the safeboot first.


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Hi all,
I'm about at my wits end trying to fix this issue, and require your assistance please.
On multiple Windows 7 PC's in our environment, we are getting these types of errors:
Log Name:      System
Source:        NETLOGON
Date:          12/11/2019 3:05:06 PM
Event ID:      5719
Task Category: None
Level:         Error
Keywords:      Classic
User:          N/A
Computer:      P37905.domain.local
This computer was not able to set up a secure session with a domain controller in domain DOMAIN.LOCAL due to the following: 
There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request. 
This may lead to authentication problems. Make sure that this computer is connected to the network. If the problem persists, please contact your domain administrator.  

If this computer is a domain controller for the specified domain, it sets up the secure session to the primary domain controller emulator in the specified domain. Otherwise, this computer sets up the secure session to any domain controller in the specified
Log Name:      System
Source:        Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy
Date:          12/11/2019 3:05:06 PM
Event ID:    &nb... Read more

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Today I am having many of my windows 7 machines reporting the following error when trying to log into the domain

 An attempt was made to logon, but the network logon service was not started

Overall, the only changes that have been made were the past windows updates that ran today.

Is anyone aware of a fix for this issue?

I am troubleshooting now, but hoping to save some time by asking on the forums.


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Hi At my company we have Lenovo L460 with windows 7 and Cisco anyconnect 4.3 - we have a sim card with 4G data connection to a service provider(Telenor).When I have logon screen for windows 7, I can see with FN+F8 that the wireless WAN is "on", but when I try to connect/logon with the cisco anyconnect "start before logon" module the cisco say that it can't see any internet connection. And I tried to wait for 3-4 minutes so all services where running, but no connection.... If I uses the Wifi connection then it just goes smooth... If I logon to windows 7 and then start the mobile data connection at logon to cisco anyconnect there is NO problem.. So are there somebody who can say that:1. Huawei does not support cisco anyconnect SBL?2. Lenovo does not allow you to start a mobile connection before you logon windows ?3. Or something? A lot of thanks in advance!!!!!!!! Regards niels

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Hi, I have this on login attempt

The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.
It then logs off and directs me back to same screen.

As I stupidly only have one account I have no access to play with any windows options!!!

Please he lp
Just turned on other PC on home network and was able to access the shared folders on problem pc.

Is there any way to correct without a clean install?

Thank You

SOLVED....... Big apologies to all staff at TSG.. I didn't search enough posts.

But I found this and followed exactly. Don't know if it was for Vista, but workedlike a charm on Win 7 x64 Ultimate.


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I've tried every fix that I can find on the internet to get around this issue. I've identified the problem to be the local policy on the 2003 server that allows incoming access erases the accounts I add after a few minutes, therefore I can no longer access the server from another computer in the workgroup. I can always access any computer from the server. I need help....please. TY

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Please help! I am trying to logon to my computer and am getting The User Profile Service failed the logon message for both my Lucy and Lucy Administrator profiles. I have looked on here to find a solution and have tried to do a system restore but it tells me that there are no settings to restore to ?? Most other messages just dont make sense as Im not great at dealing with computers when they go wrong! I would be really grateful if anyone knows how I can sort this out. The only thing I can do is log into Safe Mode and I have no idea where to go from here!

A:Vista logon issue - The User Profile Service failed the logon ???

Hi Lucy

The following tutorial will give you instructions on how to fix this - The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.

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I accidently screwed up the administrator account and once, i tried to install a software and it came "You need a administrator password to proceed"so i typed it then it came the error"this user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer i tried a lot but its still not working and i cant install anythin..so please help me

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Hello all,

This is my first ever post, usually with a bit of searching I can find the answers to most computer related issues I have, but no matter how hard I look I cannot find the answer I need to solve this rather annoying problem.

So here is the low down, I have my desktop PC running Windows 7 Ultimate. I also have a cheap old Asus netbook running Windows XP home edition SP3 (not much on it so it runs ok).

I am trying to share files between them so my Mrs can access the music on my PC.
So far I have been able to access the shared files folder from my netbook on my PC. I can also detect the PC under the Workgroup tab of 'My Network Places' on the netbook.

However whenever I double click on the 'Richyv-pc' icon in the Workgroup folder is comes up with an error message that states:

"\\Richyv-pc is not accessible. You might not have perrmission to use this network resource. Contract the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer."

I have granted full share access to all the wanted files from my PC with access to 'Everyone' with read/write control.

I have tried many different things from many different forums but none have fixed this problem. Im sure Im missing something obvious but I just cant see it. My PC is part of a homegroup because of my work laptop that I bring home from time to time but I dont think this is caus... Read more

A:Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this compute

Hi and welcome to TSF see the steps here and check that you have followed them Share Files and Printers between Windows 7 and XP - How-To Geek

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Hey everyone.

My computer starting freezing on me yesterday. I can log on with no problems, and everything works fine for about 15 minutes then everything just locks up. The cursor still moves but I can't do anything with it. No success with the keyboard either. Anything I have running stops as well and I'm forced to manually restart.

I have checked my event log and there are no errors, warnings or even information logged for applications or system at the time it freezes. There were 3 system errors that show up on startup and have been recurring for as far back as my event log shows (the beginning of this month). I will include them with this post. I believe event error 3 is from an old Linksys wireless router and/or Linksys network card that I used to have installed, but I uninstalled all those files, so I'm not sure if I missed something. I have also been getting the BSOD randomly for about a month now. I will include my last minidump too.

My last virus scan was two days ago. I have Norton 2008, and it came back clean. I haven't been able to run it since the freezing started since my computer won't stay operational long enough for me to do so.

I have run a check disk at startup, I have also uninstalled some of the more recent programs that I have installed on my computer.

Aside from that, I don't know that I have added or updated anything lately. It's hard to remember. I know I am running SP3 for Windows. I'm not sur... Read more

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After so many minutes of non-use my computer will go to sleep and require logon when it is awoken.

I have checked my settings. My screen saver is on, but it is not set to require a logon.

I don't care if it goes to sleep - I do not want the logon.

Just started this yesterday. I don't know what has changed. It is a new pc.

A:Computer goes to sleep and require logon

I do not know the answer to your specific problem, but you may be helped by this great tutorial.
Power Options and Sleep Mode Problems

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         i am trying to find out about this logon it is on a lot of logons in different programs i am only person that use's this computer! I have also noticed a of programs acting crazy some times thank you!!

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my computer is runnng windows 2000 and i went to start it up and now it keeps restarting before i get to the logon screen. the blue screen will com eup ike it is going to logon but then it goes black and restarts. it will do it over and over. i haven't tried safe mode yet but i tried once and it froze on the selection screen. can anyone help me please??? i just got the computer a month ago. everything is new. i have not put any new hardware on it that would make it overheat. HELP


A:My Computer Keeps restarting before it comes to the logon screen? HELP

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It first started when i only started an Ad-ware scan and it said it found a malicious file. Well I came to find out that it messed around with the registry of my windows32 userinit and I was having the problem when I logged on got immediately logged off, a more detailed explanation it goes to the user login i click on my user and it says loading preferences logging in and then shows my desktop background for a good 2 seconds and then starts logging off and saving preferences. I talked to my brother in law and we found out how to fix this but I now ran into a more serious problem. When I was trying to fix it before the call it wouldn't run in any safe mode and the "change to last good config" didn't work either I shut my computer off entered my motherboard setup by pressing the DEL button just to see if i could change any user login things. Now I couldn't find anything and left it how it was no changes and now went to call my brother in law i come back we go to fix the problem from my sisters comp(which i'm on now) and I go back and exit the motherboard setup and it just goes black, i restart it and it won't boot or anything its just black and my monitor isn't even saying anything about no input signal like it does when i first turn it on or off, its like its connected but no data is being started up.

Now sorry for a long story I figured I should be detailed because right now I have no idea what this problem could be because I haven't done anything to cause this. ... Read more

A:Windows logon to immediate log off and now my computer won't turn on

So is the computer booting up but you have no video? Try pressing the key you have to press to get into the BIOS that will send a signal to the monitor to display.

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Strange request, Is it possible to change a computers description using a login script?

We would like to have the users username as the computer's description when the user logs on. We use roaming profiles and often different people use different desks so this needs to be able to change easily via login scripts.

Could anyone help?


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 My windows 7 computer keeps trying to logon to my router.  It is not successful, but it's so persistent that the router often hangs.  At that point, I have to reset the router so that my other devices can access the internet.
I run Avast antivirus, and it says the computer is clean.  
I've tried running MalwareBytes, and now it says the computer is clean as well.
I've tried Sophos, TDSKiller, RougeKiller, and HitmanPro - but none seem to be helpful.
I've moved the computer behind an old router that I configured on a different subnet - it continues to attack it, but at least my other devices don't suffer.
I've pasted the logs from the router below, as well as both logs from FRST64.  Any help sure would be appreciated.
----- Log from the router -----------
Monday,09 May 2016 10:11:34 [TCP SYN Flood][Deny access policy matched, dropping packet] 
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for admin from because: Bad Password
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for admin from because: Bad Password
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for  from because: Invalid Username
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for Admin from because: Invalid Username
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for Admin from because: Invalid Username
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A:Windows 7 Computer is trying to logon to my router

Greetings Michael and to BleepingComputer's Virus/Trojan/Spyware/Malware Removal forum.My name is Oh My! and I am here to help you! Now that we are "friends" please call me Gary.===================================================Ground Rules:First, I would like to inform you that most of us here at Bleeping Computer offer our expert assistance out of the goodness of our hearts. Please try to match our commitment to you with your patience toward us. If this was easy we would never have met.Please do not run any tools or take any steps other than those I will provide for you while we work on your computer together. I need to be certain about the state of your computer in order to provide appropriate and effective steps for you to take. Most often "well intentioned" (and usually panic driven!) independent efforts can make things much worse for both of us. If at any point you would prefer to take your own steps please let me know, I will not be offended. I would be happy to focus on the many others who are waiting in line for assistance.Please perform all steps in the order they are listed in each set of instructions. Some steps may be a bit complicated. If things are not clear, be sure to stop and let me know. We need to work on this together with confidence.Please copy and paste all logs into your post unless directed otherwise. Please do not re-run any programs I suggest. If you encounter problems simply stop and tell me.When you post your reply, use the button instead.In t... Read more

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I'm helping my friend with his computer when it starts it says it has a problem windows can not find 'logon.exe'. I assume this is a virus so I downloaded AVG spybot and malwarebytes. I set them to scan came back in 20 min and the computer locked up. I tried to move the mouse then it started a non stop beeping sound and would not stop so I had to hold the power button to restart. It still locks up after about 20 min. I tried to boot in safe mode and got a blue screen of death 0x0000007b (0xF789E51c, 0x0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000,) I hooked the drive up to another computer and scanned it with malwarebytes and AVG. AVG found a few things and removed them. malwarebytes found a few things and said some things could not be removed please restart the computer so I restarted and then put the drive back into his computer and tried the whole thing over again without any change.

Whats the next step?

Win XP SP3 Home, Dell desktop computer.

A:Logon.exe problem and computer locking up

Information here:http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/ms795508.aspxchkdsk /r may resolve the issue...

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Hi everyone,
I've had this problem for a while now. Whenever I startup my computer, the My Computer folder will open automatically on the desktop (see the startupfile.jpg). It's gotten kind of annoying since I've spent so much time trying to figure out how to stop it.
You can see what my msconfig startup tab looks like in the msconfig.jpg picture attached.  The last item that's just cutoff is TrayMenu from Microsoft.  I've also downloaded a program called Autoruns that seems very helpful, and I've attached a picture of what it tells me is opening on logon in the logon.jpg picture attached.
I've also noticed that if I click the My Computer file just as it opens, it will open again a few seconds later while everything is still loading up, so it's like something is forcing it open for some reason.  I've been looking around and someone else said the problem may lie in Adobe Bridge CS6 (which I have), but I can't seem to prove that.
I'm running Windows 7 64-bit on a Lenovo Ideapad Y580. Any help is appreciated!

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Trouble started the other day. My computer had a virus. I kind of remember its name... SSMS32.exe (I think that's also a function program IN the computer as well... I'm not sure.) Well, I started getting some annoying pop ups every minute or two saying I had a virus on my laptop (my wallpaper was even locked, displaying a warning message). I don't trust random popup messages like that, so I quickly opened an antivirus program my friend who works in IT gave me. Ran it, it detected the said virus/whatever mentioned above and some trogans.

This antivirus has always come through for me, so when it asked me to reboot my computer, I did. Just before it logged off, I saw my wallpaper so I figured the issue was solved. But when the computer turned back on, it went to this screen telling me there was an error, asking to if I wanted to turn on the computer in safe mode (various other options, too), and it had a 30 second count down that would reboot my computer once it finished.

So I told it to enter safe mode and my laptop turned off. I turned it back on and it seemed to run okay. Windows loaded and I got to what looked like my main screen (desktop, wallpaper). Then it went to the screen (I don't know what it's called)--it's blue, has your user icon and name, where you're redirected if you log off. I try to enter my computer again, it shows my desktop for a second, then logs off almost immediately.

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A:Computer Won't Boot Properly / Logon

I have a friend and his machine is doing the same thing, so would like to follow this thread if I find something out I will post it.

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I have removed a computer from a domain, then the computer restarted automatically.
Now I cannot log back in, I don't know any user x password combinations that work. Original user of the computer was someone who left the company earlier. How should I get back access to the computer? It's a Lenovo Thinkpad E550 with Windows 7 professional.
Thank you

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I have a dell Inspiron 17R, On a night before my computer was working like a charm, then after the night i start it up and everything works fine until i logon and then the computer is responsive for a couple of clicks then it does not work it freezes and stays that way, I am currently running scans in both kaspersky and antimalware. so fore no virus.
3rd generation Intel® CoreTM processors

Operating System
Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-Bit, English
8GB2 DDR3 SDRAM at 1600MHz
Mobile Intel® 7 Series Express Chipset (HM77)


A:Computer freez on user logon

Hello Smashedshanky and Welcome to TSG.

Have you installed anything new prior to this issue? Are you running those scans in safe mode or regular mode? Is the laptop properly vented, meaning is it on a pillow, blanket or on a table top?

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My computer is having this weird problem where when I finish logging in, the desktop would just be purely blank. The mouse cursor does show up and i can control it, but none of the normal desktop things would show up (wallpaper, taskbar, icons...). If I hold down the power button and force shutdown, and then go into the safe mode when i start up, all would be normal (except for the wallpaper of course due to the safe mode). If i restart from there i would be able to get my desktop back. However if i reboot the problem comes back.
Also, the computer lags significantly when the desktop is gone since the task manager usually goes to "not responding" state.
Is there a way i can fix this problem? Restore point would not be an option since the problem started about two years ago when it was not very serious. I tried to locate the problem but explorer.exe and dwm.exe are both there...
Please help!!!!

A:Computer Blank Screen After Logon

Could be a problem with corrupted system files. If you can get to a command prompt, type cmd in the search bar, right click the command prompt icon, select run as administrator, and run the command sfc /scannow.
If that doesn't work, try running from a clean boot. Don't try this if you're not comfortable with advanced level troubleshooting. Also be aware, this is a time-consuming methods.
Click the Start button, type msconfig in the search box, press enter.
Click the Services tab, check "Hide All Microsoft Services" and click "Disable All" if it is not grayed out.
Click the Startup tab, click "Disable All" and click OK.
Restart the computer. When the System Configuration Utility window appears, check the "Don't show this message or launch the System Configuration Utility when Windows starts" box and click OK.
If the issue disappears in the clean boot environment, turn half the Microsoft services back on, and restart the computer. If the problem doesn't recur, turn the other half of the Microsoft services back on. Once the problem reoccurs, turn services off and on to narrow it down more specifically.
Or, you can just launch the clean boot troubleshooter from here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/331796
Hope that helps. But if this has been going on for a while now, it may be hard to pin down at this point.

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I have a desktop and laptop PC - both recently upgraded (without my permission) to Windows 10. The desktop was previously running Windows 7 and the laptop Windows 8. I have created a homegroup and both PCs have joined it. All sharing options are turned on. I was previously sharing a printer that is connected to the desktop with the laptop and all was well. After the upgrade, I could no longer print from either PC. After reinstalling the printer on the desktop, I can now print from that PC but the laptop will not see the printer. I did the following:
1) Open Control Panel, Devices and Printers, Add a Printer
2) Windows searches for devices and finds none
3) Click on "The printer that I want isn't listed"
4) Click on "Select a shared printer by name", then click "Browse"
5) Windows displays the names of the desktop and laptop PCs
6) Click on the desktop PC and the following message appears:
VOSTRO not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource.
Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer.


On both PCs, when I select Control Panel, Homegroup the following message is displayed:
HomeGroup found a new shared printer on your home network. Installing it will make it available to everyone on this computer.
When I click on "Install printer" on either PC, nothing happens.

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Hello everyone.... I will make this short...perhaps I can find some help....

For some reason, I type in my password that I use 2 times and more a day...and I get the error message

'the user profile service service failed the logon..........user profile cannot be loaded..."

i have done my research......and I do not know my administrators passwrd...I do not (or cannot find) my startup disc..... so I am at my wits end to find a solution to something that should not be happening in the first place.. All I do is surf the web, send and receive emails....really basic stuff.....

My computer is not a laptop.
Please help!!!!! otherwise I guess I will have to make a first trip to repair this computer.......

thanks all.....and if you are wondering how I can send this, my 60 inch tv is
wireless so I have a keyboard and mouse.....but it is so slow, relatively speaking....


A:Help me please! I cannot logon to my fairly new Gateway computer...

Can you enter "safe mode"?
Can you enter Advanced Boot Options and select "repair you computer"?

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My windows 7 computer keeps trying to logon to my router.  It is not successful, but it's so persistent that the router often hangs.  At that point, I have to reset the router so that my other devices can access the internet.
I run Avast antivirus, and it says the computer is clean.  
I've tried running MalwareBytes, and now it says the computer is clean as well.
I've moved the computer behind an old router that I configured on a different subnet - it continues to attack it, but at least my other devices don't suffer.
I've pasted the logs from the router below.  Any help sure would be appreciated.
Monday,09 May 2016 10:11:34 [TCP SYN Flood][Deny access policy matched, dropping packet] 
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for admin from because: Bad Password
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for admin from because: Bad Password
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for  from because: Invalid Username
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for Admin from because: Invalid Username
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for Admin from because: Invalid Username
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authentication attempt failed for Administrator from because: Invalid Username
Monday,09 May 2016 10:55:09 Authenticatio... Read more

A:Windows 7 computer is trying to logon to my router

You need to start a new topic in the malware removal forum.
Please follow the instructions in the Malware Removal and Log Section Preparation Guide starting at Step 6.
If you cannot complete a step, then skip it and continue with the next.
In Step 6 there are instructions for downloading and running FRST which will create two logs.
When you have done that, post your logs in the Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs forum, NOT here, for assistance by the Malware Response Team.Start a new topic, give it a relevant title and post your log(s) along with a brief description of your problem, a summary of any anti-malware tools you have used and a summary of any steps that you have performed on your own. If you cannot produce any of the required logs...start the new topic anyway. Explain that you followed the Prep. Guide, were unable to create the logs, and describe what happened when you tried to create them. A member of the Malware Removal Team will walk you through, step by step, on how to clean your computer.
After doing this, please reply back in this thread with a link to the new topic so we can close this one.
DO NOT bump your new topic. Wait for a response from one of the Team Members.

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I have two win xp sp2 pcs. Both of them are in the same workgroup. I can ping each one from the other. I can access the shared folders of one pc from the other. But the reverse is not true. I cannot access shared folders of the other machine.
I am attaching the error message here.

A:logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type

After going through a similar thread I installed windows resource toolkit and entered the command mentioned in that thread. But now I am getting Access Is Denied instead of logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type.

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We are trying to enable SSO with Smart Cards for Windows 7 and eventually 10. During logon users can see up to six certificates available for logon. This is going to cause confusion for the users. Selecting only the correct certificate will allow the user
successful SSO. It appears that this MAY be the certificate with the Enhanced Key Usage (EKU) that contains 'Smart Card Logon (' and has the text under the box where you enter your PIN that says 'Windows will try to connect to the network'
I found an article, below, that gives more options for certificates but these don't seem to offer what I'm looking for. 
Looking for other ideas/solutions please...

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