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How to recover lost desktop files on computer start point

How to recover lost desktop files on computer start point

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Did not have the desktop( document graphic photos word excel video audio zip) files on desktop after computer starts  ~ how to do
 
The following information appeared after computer starts, how to do ~~
 
 
Windows cannot load locally stored configuration files. The possible cause of this problem is insufficient security permissions or a corrupted local configuration file. If this problem persists, contact your network administrator.

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    Details - as I/O operation started by the registry failed and could not be recovered. The registry cannot read, write, or clear any file that contains a registry system image.
     
    In addition to reinstall the system,what can also do ~~
     
    There is only one user, last night suddenly power failure, open the computer again like this, no matter how to restart, it is the same
     
    It can be operated as follows:
     
    1. First check if the file is hidden. Right click on the desktop, select "view", to see if the "show desktop icon" before the check, if not, check to see if the file has appeared.
     
    2, if the above step does not work, open "my computer", find the C disk.
     

    1. Find the "user" folder and double-click it.
     
    Cause of problem: unable to load configuration file
     
    Users who do not have a profile on their local machine cannot log in, while users who do have a profile can. Since the Default User folder in the Documents and Settings folder of the system partition is copied as a template when creating a new User profile, the focus can be specified on the Default User folder. Therefore, there are two reasons for the fault:
     
    1. The Default User folder is incomplete or deleted, resulting in the system being unable to copy a new one. In this case, you need to copy it from another system and save it to the Documents and Settings directory.
     
    1. The specified path of the Default User folder in the registry is wrong or missing. In this case run regedit, find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList, and make sure the following two strings are set so that AllUsersProfile value is AllUsers ProfilesDirectory value is %SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings
    Solution: the user profile may be lost due to unexpected actions such as a sudden power outage.
    Log in with another account, back up the files from the previous user, and then delete them and create a new user.
     
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    Windows cannot load locally stored configuration files
    XP SP2 boots up with a "user environment" window that says "Windows cannot load locally stored configuration files. The possible cause of this problem is insufficient security permissions or a corrupted local configuration file. If this problem persists, contact your network administrator.
     
    Details - the system was unable to allocate the required space in the registry log.
     
    When you are done, go to another window and say "cannot load configuration local file, can only log in as temporary configuration file". The desktop looks like it was when XP was installed. The system has a lot of software can not use. How to solve this problem?
     
    Details - the system was unable to allocate the required space in the registry log.
     
    When you are done, go to another window and say "cannot load configuration local file, can only log in as temporary configuration file". The desktop looks like it was when XP was installed. The system has a lot of software can not use. How to solve this problem?
     
    I. error:
     
    When the user logs in, enter the password and the following error message pops up:
    Cannot load locally stored configuration files. The possible cause of this problem is insufficient security permissions or a corrupted local configuration file.
    If this problem persists, contact your administrator.
     
    2. the solution
     
    The reason for this may be that the user currently logged in is a user in the domain whose local profile was mistakenly deleted or corrupted, so that at login time, the system cannot find its profile information. So there was an error.
     
    The solution, of course, is to recover its configuration files. The steps are as follows:
     
    a. Enter C: document and setting and find the folder named after the user, which is the original configuration folder of the user. The main contents include desktop Settings, start menu Settings, favorites and other information. Copy it somewhere else.
     
    b. Delete the folder named after this user under C:\document and setting.
     
    c.Restart the machine and log in again with the user. At this time, when the machine logs in to the domain, because the user's configuration folder has been deleted locally, a new folder named with the user will be automatically created. It will contain the correct configuration file.
     
    d, copy the copied folder "desktop", "start menu", "favorites" and other personal Settings folder to the newly created folder,then you can recover the previous familiar desktop and start menu Settings.
     
    Note: don't overwrite all the copied folders and files to cover the contents of the newly created folder, so that the newly created right configuration file will be overwritten, so the copy belong to you back only!
     
    Note the following:
     
    When you copy C:\document and setting a user-named folder, show all the files in that folder, because all Outlook emails are hidden in the folder 'Local Settings'. Don't delete it by mistake

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