How To Fix Login Issue when pushing Win7 image


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The issue is that during the setup, windows try's to login as .\administrator. Hey guys, I have managed to get our image working flawless except for one point during the windows installation. make sure the hidden administrator's account isn't enabled... For whatever reason it gets stuck and says the password is incorrect.

The password is the same as our Administrator password but we are really looking more or less to take this login or pass out of the equation in general when we are pushing images. Is this possible? Enable the (Hidden) Administrator Account on Windows 7 or Vista - How-To Geek if that's not it have you looked in user accounts and tried deleting that account?



What causes Login Issue when pushing Win7 image

If you received this error on your PC, it means that there is a malfunction in your system. Common causes are incorrect or unsuccessful installation or removal of software that could leave invalid entries in the Windows registry, the effects of a virus or malware attack, an incorrect system shutdown due to a power failure, or another factor in which a person with little technical knowledge accidentally deletes the required A system file or registry entry, as well as several other reasons. The immediate cause of "Login Issue when pushing Win7 image" is a failure when one of its normal operations is properly started by a system or application component.

 

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Hold up on Pushing a Win7 Image

We have it set to pick Eastern Standard but seems to just not want to pick it. How are you pushing the image, and how was it captured specifically?
I should note that if we pick the Timezone manually the rest of the Image works completely fine and joins the domain how we want it to. We are capturing an Image from a Lenovo machine and then pushing back to the same machine for testing.

I am looking for really any suggestions of something we may have over looked in settings or answer files etc. It simply a problem of getting this pass unstuck. Everything works fine except for the fact that the OS seems to be getting stuck trying to pick the Timezome during one of the restarts.



Hey guys,

Running into an interesting problem and my partner and I can not figure out exactly what is the issue.


Ghost - Pushing image files

However every time I try to push an image out I get an error saying that I'm missing drivers in the Pre-OS for a couple of my devices, including my SATA controller.


First of all, I hope this is the right place to post a question of this type - I found this forum by searching for an answer to this issue and found someone doing something related to this but not quite the same. I have a setup of 4 "kiosk" machines which I'd like to push a fresh Ghost image to on a nightly basis. Every attempt to search for an answer this refers to boot-from-CD setups like BartPE.

Can someone direct me to a guide or something that can point me in the right direction of how to do this? What am I missing? It was my understanding that using Ghost (Solution Suite 2.5), I can create a Ghost image of one system (which I've done) and then push that image out to all of my systems every night without having to boot them off a floppy, CD, thumb drive, etc.


Folder Image Issue In Win7

However, 7 is sometimes showing multiple of this image, file icons with the image, or just file icons with no folder image at all. I just want to have it like it was before in Vista with just the one image.

So, I'm using build 7100 of RC1 and I'm having an issue with folder images. For my music I have a Folder.jpg for each album.

Here's an example I found elsewhere that gives you an idea:

I can fix it manually but that's just not even close to practical. Anyone have any ideas.
 


Win7 login issue...due to change in keyboard language?



nevermind, problem solved!
 


BSOD Win7. No issue in SafeMode/Networking, crashes 2 min after login

Update web-site: Creative Worldwide Support

Also Update these drivers:


Code:
usbaapl64.sys
Apple iPod/iPhone Mobile USB device driver
http://www.apple.com/downloads/


Code:

Driver: k57nd60a.sys
Dated: Fri Oct 16 11:29:38 2009
Refers to: Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet NDIS6.x Unified Driver
http://www.broadcom.com/support/ethernet_nic/downloaddrivers.php
Drivers & Downloads | Dell US

Post back any progress. Any help would be appreciated. Yesterday, started giving a BSOD of IRQ1_LEVEL_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL.

It is this driver which is contributing to your BSOD's:


Code:
Driver: P0630Vid.sys
Dated: Fri Nov 11 05:55:57 2005
Refers to: Creative Labs WebCam driver
Uninstall the program, then re-install. Not sure why it would start yesterday afternoon for some unknown reason. cheers

Dave

Looks like you recently installed very old webcam software?



Dell Studio XPS w/ 6GB RAM. Has been running fine for 2 years. No luck.
- I've tried to analyze the crash files myself using WinDbg, but I've not found anything interesting (though it is likely my lack of skill at using WinDbg).
- No issues in Safe Mode or Safe Mode w/ Networking

Trying to avoid a reinstall of the OS, but wanted to see if anyone could help interpret the crash files. No issues when running in SafeMode w/ networking, but when logging in in normal mode, about 2 minutes after doing the login, it crashes EVERY TIME.
- I've rolled back to a restore point from 1 we...


"Preparing Your Desktop" after Win7 login / User Profile Issue

When I turn laptop on, win7 asks me to enter my user account password, but the desktop that loads is not mine. Many icons and files are gone.
 
The 1st time it happened I thought it was a virus and after unable to find answers online, I restored my laptop from a system image.
 
This 2nd time, I was able to find forums and went to c:\users to find my profile, and I see all my icons and files. This is the only thing I know to suggest.





Have you looked in Control Panel/User Accounts to make sure the account is still there?

This is how I know it's a different user profile that is loading and my files are still intact.
 
However I am unable to find answers as to how to fix it so that the correct desktop layout loads.
 
I am running on Win7 Enterprise.


BSOD Win7. No issue in SafeMode/Networking, crashes 2 min after login in normal mode

Not sure why it would start yesterday afternoon for some unknown reason. No issues when running in SafeMode w/ networking, but when logging in in normal mode, about 2 minutes after doing the login, it crashes EVERY TIME.
- I've rolled back to a restore point from 1 week ago. Any help would be appreciated. Dump files are attached




ps- Just realized there is also a windows 7 forum and this is a windows vista forum.

Apologies if I am posting in the wrong place.

Has been running fine for 2 years. My guess is that it is a 3rd party driver that is causing the crash, but need help identifying which one, if possible. Yesterday, started giving a BSOD of IRQ1_LEVEL_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL.




Dell Studio XPS w/ 6GB RAM. No luck.
- I've tried to analyze the crash files myself using WinDbg, but I've not found anything interesting (though it is likely my lack of skill at using WinDbg).
- No issues in Safe Mode or Safe Mode w/ Networking

Trying to avoid a reinstall of the OS, but wanted to see if anyone could help interpret the crash files.


Win7/Satellite P200D - Admin Login - keyboard issue - password not showing

Hit restart button and it shuts down, then after several attempts get it to boot up and to screen which presents option to Normal Start or Internal PC Repair mode. Decided to upgrade to Win7 to see if that would sort out the problem. Do you have other user accounts under W7 which you can log into?

Did you upgrade from Vista or did you perform a clean install?

The cursor blinks and any attempt to type in password does not visibly show typed words. The only way that I can get it to the login screen is to click onto Normal mode as Automatic Repair option does not work. Now there is a further problem and that is at login screen for admin password.


Win7 Home64bit - WMC issue:I can see perfect image in the native size window, BUT ...

BUT if I wanted full page image I get strange lines and the screen gets parted in two with overlapping and smeared coloured images which look distorted and making it impossible to watch. I would appreciate knowledgeable contributions

Thank you kindly

Current system
- Intel i5 4670K (Haswell)
- Asus Sabertooth Z87
- Intel Graphics 4600 integrated graphics - No discrete video card
- 16 GB Kingston DDR3 Hyper X Blu (blue)
 




Re: Win7 Home64bit - WMC issue:I can see perfect image in the native size window, BUT

I would be looking at the "Overscan" settings and turning them "off". Also use VLC......WMC SUCKS a big one.
 

On this new computer I have a TV Dual tuner card the Hauppage WinTV 2250 with no remote: the 1229 (not the 1213).

Is there any known issue with WMC in WIN 7 Home 64-bit regarding what I have just described? This is a new computer. In the old one had a single tuner card Hauppage Win TV 1250, with no issues whatsoever.




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Cortana pushing transit updates issue

There is an option to dismiss the box but we are concerned by doing so we will no longer get our work commute breakdown in the morning which we find extremely useful. I thought it strange because my home address and work address are already in Cortana under my favourite locations. You can select current location (which is correctly shown in its little map preview) or enter manually. I tested the same on our other pc with same outcome.




I noticed tonight on the Cortana screen/feed it is pushing a box to add home address for transit updates . Does your current Breakdown give you a real time traffic update regularly as part of your 6am -9am information. So the fact this box appears this evening regarding transit updates seems odd (unless it?s a slightly different thing). We then logged into my wife?s user account to test and exactly the same.

But when clicking ok to submit it just says something went wrong and to try again. But i thought I?d play along and add my address to the box. It seems maybe it?s just a glitch on Microsoft?s end but I wondered if anyone else was noticing the same?

Every morning around 6 am through to I presume 9 am it gives me a breakdown for my commute ahead. I ask because google now provide this sort of information as part of their commute service so the Transit updates could be Microsoft's version of this information or it could be Train Bus delays etc


!! Restored image of windows, now wont login, login service error!!

Like HDD id/serials or something like that? Is it have to do with the F drive? Is there something other than just the Drive letter, that windows looks for when searching for the users folder to login? OK, its definitely because windows cant assign the HDD as F: because it hasn't recognized it before.

I imaged windows, and restored it on a different PC. So, then, is there any way to add the HDD ID and assigned letter, to the windows registry BEFORE restoring the image ( ie before imaging)??

But now when it goes to log in, a profile unable to login service error comes up...!! On another HDD, I assigned it as F: and put a copy of the user folders on there.

How can I fix this, it driving me crazy for too long!!


Win 10 1703 - Screen Image pre Login there too long before login box

When I click I used to get the login box but now no matter how much I click the mouse, or the keyboard, once the date goes up and out, I am stuck with the image. oz

I am not sure whether this started with the 1703 update but it seem like it did around that time anyway. How can I fix this please?

When I cold boot I get to the image with the large date etc. It takes sometimes 5-10 mins before I finally get the login box.


Cant login to my laptop only seeing login background image

Hope this helps for now,
Shawn

Here's some information about the system restore error code 0x8000ffff.

"0x8000ffff" error message when you try to restore a Windows 7-based computer by using System Restore

You might see if you may be able to boot into Safe Mode, then see if you are able to successfully do a system restore. It also flickers every so often like its trying to load something because i get the hourglass next to the cursor for a few seconds.

When i start my laptop it boots to windows no problems but when it gets to the login screen i only see the logon background image nothing else, no welcome message it just sits there on the logon background image.

Any help with this matter would be great. windows restore errors out (0x8000ffff). I ran SFC chkdsk /r no issues found. startup repair wont fix it.

I disabled kaspersky using ERD Commander and turned off any kaspersky drivers. There is only 1 user and i dont have a password to login it should go straight to the desktop.


How to add an image to the network login, Ctrl+Alt+Del Login




How can I add an image to the small square of this type of login:



Can anyone help me? Here's how I got this login.


WIN7 login screen just has (Other User) available and I can't login?

I normally have (my login) and (guest login). Is there a fix for this?? You might see if you may be able to do a system restore at boot using a restore point dated before you had this issue to hopefully undo and fix it.

I'm using WIN7 64BIT it's a custom built computer I put together in 2011. I've restarted three times but to no avial. I last used the computer last night around 7:30pm and I had no issues.

Ok this morning I started up my computer and at the login screen the only option I had available to use to login was (Other User)?

I'm using three HD, OS 256GB SSD, FLTSIM 256 SSD, Storage 1TB.


Login issue: redirects back to blank login page

It just redirects me back to a new/blank login screen. My problem is with Dogphoria. Copyright... I can't log-in for the past week from home--my laptop at Starbucks and my work computer have no problem logging in.

Here is where I am stuck: The "help" guy at my ISP told me to:
1. Should I do something else? ANY ideas?
 

However, when I do this, I do not get a blank dos screen, only one that says
Micrsoft Windows XP... I see that a couple of people are having a similar issue with Facebook. Am I doing something wrong? Type "ipconfig /flushdns" and hit enter.

c:\documents and settings... and the guy at the ISP got a little rude and told me I am not following directions. Click on [Run], in the blank space type "cmd", hit enter.
3. Go to the [Start] button located in the task bar.
2.

I did everything Shaldares suggested for beckybrooke: clear history, cookies, cache, ssl states, unplug modem/restart computer and finally tried to get my ISP to help. A "DOS" screen appears.
4.


IE Login Issue (Login page redirecting to itself)

Any Idea guyz ???? The status in the page header changes to Logout but the user is redirected to the login page again.This is only happening in IE browser and specially IE8. The website uses a trusted valid SSl certificate then there should be no point of adding site in to Trusted site zone list.

After the site is added to Trusted site zone list everything works perfect but if the site is not added to Trusted site zone list then this issue arises. Try IE Options>Security>Trusted Sites>Custom Level>Enable "Websites in less privileged web content zone can navigate into this zone"


how to get image onto win7 without installing the win7 os ?

win 7 does not support ghost 8 (dos version) and neither can i boot to prompt. i have now win7 but before i format the pc i need help with one problem. win 7 does not support ghost 8 (dos version) and neither can i boot to prompt. so that is my big headache.

so that is my big headache. i use windows xp for my DAW and Linux for everything else. Ken J

is there a way that i can image my hdd partition but most importantly to restore the image on the hdd without installing win7 ?

currently
when xp OS software becomes unstable all i need to do is
1, get my ghost ver8 which is on a boot cd
2, boot to prompt and run ghost to find the image on another partition
3, restoring the image takes 10 minutes
4, restart
after the steps above win xp and my DAW is back to the perfect working order. Doesnt have the Bloat of symantec, and can convert win 7 back ups to acronis and acronis to win y7. is there a way that i can image my hdd partition but most importantly to restore the image on the hdd without installing win7 ? i have now win7 but before i format the pc i need help with one problem.

i use windows xp for my DAW and Linux for everything else. thank you
Tux Ulin



Acronis true home does that and a whole lot more. currently
when xp OS software becomes unstable all i need to do is
1, get my ghost ver8 which is on a boot cd
2, boot to prompt and run ghost to find the image on another partition
3, restoring the image takes 10 minutes
4, restart
after th...


Win7 <-> Win7 file sharing issue after client reboot

If I just reboot and do \\desktop, it doesn't. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...16(WS.10).aspx

Or you can click on the "share" tabs and go from there.

If you are using all Windows 7 machines in this network then setting up a Home group is the way to go. If I do \\192.168.0.6, let that open a connection successfully, then do \\desktop, it works. You can just right click the folders you want to share and choose the security and permissions settings, they tend to stay put after that.

Two Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit computers on the same network, the desktop has a printer shared that the laptop would like to access.

However, if I do Start > Run \\192.168.0.6 (the IP address of the desktop) from the laptop, it connects successfully every time. The oddness began after I managed to get the laptop to access the desktop via Start > Run > \\desktop, successfully connected up the printer via filesharing and tested it, but every time I restart the laptop it decides that it can't find the desktop any more. If I do a name lookup on either machine, it resolves the desktop's IP address correctly, regardless of restarting the laptop. I've set things up like that for now, but I can't say I've ever seen an issue like this before.

Ideally I would like it to work via computer names so that the desktop doesn't require a static IP. These days we use something called User permissions and security settings to establish safe reliable network...


How to Remove Pre Login Image?

The tutorial below can show you a few options on how to disable it depending on what edition you have install. https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/6...dows-10-a.html

How do I remove this darn nuisance?

Most likely, you'll need to use OPTION THREE, but it will not affect the lock screen at startup. There is no way to get to the login screen without clicking on the image.


After the latest Windows 10 update an image with the time and date on it now inserts itself before the login screen.



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