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Windows Vista can't load my local profile what should i do?

My Laptop suddenly turn off because power supply is cut (in condition no battery. When I turn it on, it takes long time to load my profile, after I log on it is said that my profile can not be load and use temporary file.
I try to restore with restore point but it cant's. The other choice is to restore from DVD, but I scare that all my file will be gone because there is lots of important file in my laptop and I don't have hard disk external or lots of blank DVD to back up it.
And when I want to use programs, all program is like being reset and must do set up again.

Please... Is there any solution to make my laptop normal again?

Thanks

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Last Post by Rik_
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Hi uchan and welcome,

Sounds like your profile is corrupted which won't effect your data unless you kept it on your desktop if so this might be a little bit tricker.

When you have access with the temporary profile are you missing data? If so where was the data located you are missing?

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the best would be to use system restore. You said it is failing - how do you try to run system restore and what exactly is the problem there?
You can always create a new profile and copy your data from the old one, its not perfect, but will get you running. your files will be in c:\users\"old profile name"

Edited by Piterski: n/a

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If you have lots of important data on your machine, BACK IT UP!!! What happens if your hard drive fails???

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