When you are prompted to do so, type the Administrator password. In order to fix the Userinit value in the loaded hive, navigate to the following location: HKEY_USERS \ MYHOUSE\ Microsoft \ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ Winlogon 8. The problem appears to be that the dos command, "exe", is not on the command list for this computer? My understanding is a bad sound file can cause a system to hang. weblink
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Maurice Naggar Staff Moderators 16,663 posts Location: USA Interests: Security, Windows, Windows Update, malware prevention ID: 13 Posted November HELP! A quick google search revealed that this was related to my sound card. 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)
Report myfrnd- Jan 31, 2010 05:02PM Hi Waqar, I have similar prob of not able to log in in system (immidiatley logs out). If you copy userinit from CD to system32 folder it will not work. Report YourFan- Apr 21, 2010 11:55PM Thanks a lot ! Someone must know something!
Similar Threads - Solved Windows Won't Cannot download new browser on Windows XP SP3 Pro Fabril, Feb 21, 2017 at 5:06 AM, in forum: Windows XP Replies: 8 Views: 138 Elizabeth23 Type-in the built-in Administrator password to enter the Console. Edited by nerium, 19 April 2005 - 08:36 AM. 0 #12 gerryf Posted 19 April 2005 - 08:44 AM gerryf Retired Staff Retired Staff 11,365 posts sorry to steal your thunder.... Windows Xp Logon Logoff Loop Fix I'm having a similar problem - my computer logs in for about a minute or so then logs off and shuts down.
I have had trouble with these issues myself as I have tried to explain things in a way that an average user would understand. You don't put x. FRST.EXE is the only file on DRIVE D.I understand FRST is an executable file with the extension EXE. Click here to join today!
On the first run with Acronis True Image the result occurs – infinitive loop. Windows 7 Logs Off Immediately After Login Domain It just automatically logs me out real quick. A CPU and/or other temperature monitor was stopping the logoff (why?) The Firewall software was defective in some odd wall (scrap'd the firewall.) Drivers, drivers, drivers.I can't find any specific repeating Next, un-check Hide extensions for known file types.
Then power ON the system and start tapping the F8 function key which would take you to Advanced Boot Option screen. He is an advanced computer user obviously, and it is very hard to explain complex things to others in a friendly tone when you are used to other computer terminology. Windows Xp Auto Logoff Problem We've got a conversation going now. Computer Logs Off Immediately After Login Windows 7 Any suggestions on how to make the file and registry changes noted?
Without to change my windows ple My computer log off automatically after log in XP stops booting after log-in solved Stop Automatic Log Off After Remote Desktop Exit Can't find your http://dotbowl.com/windows-xp/problem-with-getting-in-to-xp.html They are running XP home. if it not work then go to back steps and just copy orwrite the file userinit.exe workded successfully tested 100 percent gauranted WAQAR GILGITI View all 71 comments Report Robes- Jan Also, change the path to userinit.exe appropriately if Windows is installed in a different drive. Windows Xp Auto Logoff After Inactivity
Hingle replied Feb 22, 2017 at 8:19 AM The USA is About to Elect... Any suggestions? I can not find a fix for this either and it is my nieces computer and she has misplaced her restore disk. check over here the issue is on the XP.
Start Recovery Console ( Press R in the First Screen)\ Choose your windows 1/2/3 or Other provide password Command Prompt will appears type copy g:\I386\USERINIT.EX_ C:\WINDOWS\system32\USERINIT.EXE (G is the CD Rom Windows 7 Logging Off Automatically It seems like I get more and more requests for help as time goes on. 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
What a pain in the nutsack Report Restorator› SNoWDoGG - Feb 5, 2009 07:46AM After file userinit.exe was replaced all work ok. Report yk299- Feb 11, 2009 10:16PM To do it on her PC, A: Connect her PC and your PC to the same switch (or network) B: Open Reged edit on YOUR It’s still booting from the old one, but that’s not the point. Bartpe It will not log in as administrator /safe mode either.
Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now! So, what's the tool to edit regedit? Do I still put it on a usb stick when using Knoppix? this content Change the Max retries value to "0".I figured, "If you can't unload it, don't bother trying", so I set mine to 0 and shutdown is (finally!) instantaneous once again."But this is
Below is what I did (hope it helps) Use the Windows XP disk, at the welcome screen press r for recovery As the user had changed the drives it took a If you need assistance please start your own topic and someone will be happy to assist you. type expand h:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32 exit then reboot see if it logs on. I also tried to repair it using windows xp but it doesn't do anything.
ive tried safe mode and my Administrator logs off too, is there any other way I can repair the log on log off virus without a CD or something? In the first screen when the Setup begins, read the instructions press "R" (in the first screen) enter the Recovery Console. Report mery- Jan 11, 2010 11:41PM xp log off automatically after one second I log in Report eko› Daniel - Jan 23, 2010 01:40AM Thanks for your advice. Look for the feed icon!
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