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Windows 7: User Account Crash

05 Apr 2010   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

There is no password on the profile. Normally, it automatically signs in. I also tried logging out and logging into the user account (which is an admin-level account), and it came back to the temp profile.

From what I can tell of the log (experience level on this is low), it seems like the NlsLexicons001b.dll file is completely corrupt. Not sure if this affects a logon, though.

I'm going to restart again and try it one more time, but I will wait a few minutes in case someone out in the forums says NOOOOOOOOO DON'T DO IT

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05 Apr 2010   #12

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Windows 10, Home Clean Install

OK, why not try the repair install? It is usually more effective. I would like to advise, however, that it has always been my policy to warn members to make back ups and system restore points before trying repairs. Although, I am not aware of any lost data using repair install, I thought that it would be lax on my part not to advise, since you probably cannot back up his files.
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