Since the instructions in this post will show how to edit the Windows registry I will post the standard Microsoft Support disclaimer. I need to be able to view it in a separate program. As we only ever build machines here from RIS/WDS I find it much easier to follow the XP style convention of using the $oem$ folders - whether M$ recommend it or You have solved a problem that has been a thorn in my side for quite a while. his comment is here
About us Careers Contact us Investor relations Trust center Newsroom Privacy/Cookies (Updated) | Legal Notices & Trademarks | Report Noncompliance | Site map | © 2016 Autodesk Inc. It is indeed because you are selecting the .log file. (Bear with me, I didn't think I was either!) Navigate to folder c:\Users\Default Press Alt to show menu options and go Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. Note There is also a file called ntuser.dat.log. official site
File|Unload Hive Why doesn't that work for you? This started when I mistakenly deleted my Admin user profile, and am now on a temp user. If that succeeds, the file is OK.- Can you discern anything from UPM's log files? Getting subscription Unsubscribe to this conversation Subscribe to this conversation What does this mean?
Any other ideas. This is for roaming profile compatibility with Windows 2000, so a user can use Windows 2000 one day, Windows XP the next, then go back to Windows 2000 at a later You now be able to edit the default user profile registrysettings. Regedit Load Hive This reduced about 98% of corruption events.We still have some cases where ntuser.dar gets corrupted.
Tommy4 Jun 26, 2005 at1:14PM thanks for the qhost suggestion, I was aware of that one. Reg Load Thanks. can i load that 32mb onto a new windows 8 installation, and not have to go through my process of setting up every new re-image the long way? You need to browse to the user directory of the user account that you want to modify the Registry for.
I'm adoctor. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/259670-ntuserdat-gets-corrupted/ more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Load Default User Hive Windows 7 That way you can keep the original un-touched if that's important. Load Hive Greyed Out Why did the error emerge?
I'm adoctor. this content Edited November 22, 2007 by jaws75 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites tazmaniandevil 0 0 29 posts December 30, 2004 Posted November 22, 2007 I I got a user called defUser, which is configured and then copy to "default user". If not, try it on a version that matches. Ntuser.dat Windows 7
For all other hives they use version 1.3. technet.microsoft.com/…/cc748953(v=WS.10).aspx More information on OSD is available here. How could I do it from Admin account? weblink I also tried changing permissions on various folders under C:\Program Files\AutoCAD 2010 No luck there too.
All rights reserved Hkey_users We have the same issue here with corrupt profiles. This file really exists and has 0 size.
You do have to know what to look for and where - and it is not easy to explain in this post. gymnodemi May 11, 2009 at12:48PM Tommy4 said:thanks for the qhost suggestion, I was aware of that one. Reply Kevin says: February 8, 2015 at 9:32 pm Worked like a charm. Registry Editor EDIT: (or if you are really wanting to overcomplicate it: "runas /user:Username regedt32" ) Tommy4 Jun 25, 2005 at8:36AM Thanks for the great help but the problem is that i have
http://scilnet.fortlewis.edu/tech/Users/load_HKEY_USERS.htm But it failed: It says: "Can't load ntuser.dat.LOG: error while loading the hive". Any assistance appreciated 1328-259670-1791931 Back to top Report abuse Back to Profile Management - General Reply to quoted posts Clear Citrix ©1999-2016 Citrix Systems, Inc. Regards Brian Napper TPS Design Systems Manager London / UK Reply 1 Kudo sk44c Community Visitor 1 Post
then i want to save all of that information extraneous to the 'default profile' of the machine. That's the reason why I amscared of trying it. Browse to the NTUSER.DAT file based on which Windows version you are using and Open it. File/Load Hive.
I had a problem with my pc an it can open a profile its a laptop windows 8 Reply s says: March 24, 2014 at 1:21 am Aaaaaaa Reply shane says: Browse to their profile directory and select ntuser.dat or if you are editing a mandatory profile the file will be called ntuser.man When prompted for Key Name, input their Username. I logined as Admin and launched regedit. Thank you!
Of course, you will have to navigate to the correct HKEY_USER\
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Please keep comming with ideas I know some one out there knows how to do this.