Change user profile status from backup to local Tags: Configuration Login Backup Error Message Windows XP Last response: August 15, 2010 7:10 AM in Windows XP Share udike August 14, 2010 8:54:40 AM Hello, how do I change user profile status from backup to local. Sometimes when I log in I get an error message during the login screen, that the system can't use my profile, and then a new profile is created More about : change user profile status backup local tigsounds August 15, 2010 7:10:41 AM It seems it will continue to haunt you if something isn't done to stop it.. HERE is something to help prevent it in the future. HERE are instructions on how to copy data from a corrupted user profile to a new profile in Windows XP and may work to move data in the backup to the normal profile. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Change user profile status with my iPhone. Forum Solvedhow to reset local user profile in admin mode Forum SolvedProfile Status Change Forum SolvedIf i change from Administrator user to local user how do I access Admin documents and photos Forum Can't access user profile from old hd backup Forum how to get back my local profile when I'm the only user so I can keep my downloaded programs and updates Forum SolvedChanging user status Windows 7 Forum How do i recover a corrupt local user profile? Forum How online recover local user profile xp sp3 Forum how to share local user profile Forum Associating Domain Account With Local User Profile Forum Migrating a local user profile Forum How do i recover a corrupt local user profile? Forum I have a problem with local profile how to change it Forum How to change local 'Domain' profile with new pw before co.. Forum Speech Recognition - Help Needed to Backup My User Profile.. Forum How to change my user profile to the administrator Forum Problem with change of local user to domain user Forum Allow domain user to change local permissions on domain co.. Forum Allow a domain user to change local permissions on domain .. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !