If you cant do that take you Hard drive out and put it in your mates pc or another pc if you have one and transfer the files that way. So I deleted the one in the c:\i386\userinit.exe when I had the hard drive attached to another workstation. Laddades upp den 17 mars 2009When windows XP automatically logs you out, chances are that you have a VIRUS. I was just about to reformat the disk and figured id try searching one more time for a fix im scanning right now saw a bunch of porn shortcuts on my
What does 'md tmp' do? Report confused- Apr 9, 2010 10:42PM wtf???? Sorry to ask dumb questions when you all sound you know what you are doing and I am bumbling around like an idiot. So I updated my norton and tried to fix it but now I have the auto log off.
cdgngj11 (OLD) 7 133 visningar 0:22 windows vista / xp stuck on welcome screen fix - Längd: 3:52. Försök igen senare. Report jenni- Mar 16, 2009 05:32PM hi, im having the same logon problems but userinit also cannot be found on my system.
Report Joydrop- Jun 8, 2010 02:24PM What if I donl't have a networked computer? After a few more tries I used Norton Ghost partition to partition option and it actually worked. http://windowsxp.mvps.org/peboot.htm 5) Added Shell and Winlogon information to Registry keys (as the antivirus had removed them altogether) Under HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon Shell=explorer.exe Userinit = C:\windows\system32\userinit.exe, (don't forget the , at the end) Windows Xp Keeps Logging Off for more info on the expand utility) Cheers chaps! ;) View all 7 comments Report N.C.- Mar 3, 2009 10:13PM THIS fix worked!
Please Help Report wasd- Dec 10, 2009 11:00PM Thanks!!! Windows Xp Auto Logoff After Inactivity I think that relacing userinit is not the final solution as there may be other steps needed. VisningsköKöVisningsköKö Ta bort allaKoppla från Nästa video startarstoppa Läser in ... but after I saw all u people worte here I knew how to fix.
it will fail... Windows 7 Logs Off Immediately After Login Domain Other solution is if u can make bottable USB or Floppy disk DOS, and use simple copy function. 3th solution is if u have another operative system on ur computer, and Thanks for your feedback. Then I checked explorer.exe to be there in C:/windows.
in my case c:\ is my hdd with windows on it and d:\ is my dvdrom but I have other setups where its completely different now on a more serious note http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/276909-45-automatically-login Report carriebee- Feb 24, 2010 12:20PM Ok, I pretty much had the same problem....trojans, removed with AVG and now the auto log off problem. Windows Xp Auto Logoff Problem A-OneTutors 2 489 visningar 1:12 Windows XP Logoff and Logon - Längd: 0:22. Computer Logs Off Immediately After Login Windows 7 Report ant- Mar 8, 2009 10:39PM you are the man, thanks for the help!
Report Chuck› Robes - Apr 16, 2009 11:34AM Why should he have to explain something in so much detail? My laptop is dual boot with ubuntu, so I have access to xp partition. You could run some other malware/virus scanners, or You might try repair of the OS from the Windows CD. Download Sophos and the latest IDE Files. Windows Xp Logon Logoff Loop Fix
I am trying to run a lengthy application that is interrupted everytime I am logged off. Report fayaz- May 9, 2009 04:12AM this type of problem 10% will solve otherwise u have to format ur computer but be careful first u tack ur data than u try It displays the logoff message and the countdown timer. Will NOT boot in safe mode at all, and when I tried to use the Control Console route it asks for an administrative password (does not exist) and rejects blank password
Used BartPE to get access to the computer and used regedit to update the required information. (http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/) 4) This link was extremely valuable on how to load and edit the registry Windows 7 Auto Logoff Problem Report sandy317 3Posts Wednesday February 10, 2010Registration date February 12, 2010 Last seen - Feb 10, 2010 11:13PM Hi, I am in Linux program, so now where do I go to the issue is on the XP.
Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Stop Windows XP auto logoff after no Adam Gaskins 568 606 visningar 2:44 Windows XP cannot be login - Längd: 0:25. Will a change in reference frame produce light? Windows 7 Logon Logoff Loop and......
So, if your computer has been infected by a number of viruses, macro viruses, and worms, shut down the infected processes (either manually, or by using safe mode with command prompt), I'm useless when it comes to computers. Report Mario- May 15, 2009 09:46AM The solution proposed by waqar has worked perfectly for me. If you run SAV32CLI without the -P command line parameter, the information on viruses will be written only to the screen.
In that type "administrator" in the name field and leave blank password field press "OK". Note This procedure assumes that Windows XP is installed to the C:\Windows folder. 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 So, to solve the problem u need to (SOLUTION!!!) 1) only way to recover ur login is to find a copy of "userinit.exe" file (from XP DVD, from another computer...) 2)
I am trying to run >a lengthy application that is interrupted everytime I am >logged off. > >Thanks for your feedback. > > >. > Ramesh [MVP], Dec 12, 2003 I used Norton 360 to scan and rescan the drive until it was clean of virus. 2) I copied userinit.exe and winlogon.exe from the clean computer to the 2nd HD and The '-di' command line parameter will disinfect infected boot sectors, some infected program (.exe) files, and infected documents (e.g. .doc, .xls). I have been using this PC for at least 3 years without this ever happening before.I have no screen saver, power management is set to always on, the welcome screen is
I normally replace the Userinit.exe from C:\i386 to: C:\Windows\System32\Userinit.exe C:\Windows\System32\Dllcache\Userinit.exe My post is repetitive, I know, but at least it lets you know to be on the lookout for a missing Om Press Upphovsrätt Innehållsskapare Annonsera Utvecklare +YouTube Villkor Sekretess Policy och säkerhet Skicka feedback Testa nya funktioner Läser in ... Two NAT in one Network: which way we should go with? But virus is deleted, and ur comp dont have with what to init a user. ) 3) Login regulary, should works!
Report Maxx- Nov 18, 2009 03:47AM Hi I tried creating another user going through safe mode,but that also didn't worked,So if u can log in through safe mode,then you can try Let me know how you get on Regards Tony B. Rankning kan göras när videoklippet har hyrts. Click OK.
Report WillRodyers- Apr 11, 2009 02:33AM Waqar, IT WORKED!!!!You are brilliant, I've been f^%king with this issue for the last 8 hours and came really close to swapping out my machine Run Regedit.exe Point your cursor to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Select File > Connect Remote Registry Type computer name (infected computer) Navigate to the following location in registry of destination or infected computer HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows Is what you have here the whole procedure? TheKooldude1997 312 624 visningar 2:24 Log Off from Windows XP - Längd: 1:12.