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The solution is to create a new local account from Safe Mode to do a little cleaning of the disc to avoid a new profile corruption and recover data from damaged account.
1.Restart the computer in Safe Mode: Restart your computer. You need to press F8 before the Windows logo appears. Press F8 to get the Advanced Boot Options screen and then use the arrow keys to highlight the safe mode option and then press Enter.
Log on to your computer with a user account that has administrator rights
2. Click the right mouse button on the drive you want to clean and click Properties.
3. Select Disk Cleanup and let it work. When asked select OK
4. Still in the properties of the system drive, select the Tools tab and click Check Now by checking both boxes before correction. Restart the computer in Safe Mode and wait for the verification of records, to correct any errors.
5. Still in the properties of the system drive, click the Tools tab and run the defragmentation of the drive.
To create a new profile, you must first create a new user account.
When the account is created, a profile will also be created.
1. Open User Accounts by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking User Accounts and Family Safety (or clicking User Accounts, if you are connected to a network domain), and then clicking User Accounts.
2. Click Manage another account. Administrator permission required If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
3. Click Create a new account.
4. Type the name you want to give the user account, click an account type, and then click Create Account.
Retrieving data from damaged profile
To copy files to the new user profile
After you create the profile, you can copy the files from the existing profile. You must have at least three user accounts on the computer to complete these steps, including the new account you just created.
1. Log on as a user other than the new user you just created or the user that you want to copy files from.
2. Open Documents by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking Documents.
3. Click the Tools menu, and then click Folder Options. If you don't see the Tools menu, press ALT.
4. Click the View tab, click Show hidden files and folders, clear the Hide protected operating system files check box, and then click OK.
5. Locate the C:\Users\Old_Username folder, where C is the drive that Windows is installed, and Old_Username is the name of the profile you want to copy files from.
6. Select all of the files and folders in this folder, except the following files:
7. Click the Edit menu, and then click Copy. If you don't see the Edit menu, press ALT.
8. Locate the C:\Users\New_Username folder, where C is the drive that Windows is installed, and New_Username is the name of the new user profile you created.
9. Click the Edit menu, and then click Paste. If you don't see the Edit menu, press ALT.
10. Log off, and then log back on as the new user.
If you have e-mail messages in an e-mail program, such as Windows Mail, you must import your e-mail messages and addresses to the new user profile before you delete the old profile.
Don't delete the old profile until I tell you
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