Frequent Account Server Failure To Load User Account At Logon


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Docster

I have experienced frequent account logon failure due to uncooperative
Account Server on Windows 7 which is installed on my laptop.
My wife goes to log on and gets message logon unsuccessful or something like
this because the account server failed to perform.
If I logon to my account as the Administrator and run restore to an earlier
restore point and then have her logon, all is well.
What could possible be causing this to occur.
Essentially all she does is read news and occasionally visit her facebook
account.........................all this to say, she is not doing anything
complicated or surfing all over the net.
 
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charlie

On 7/15/2013 4:14 PM, Docster wrote:
"visit her facebook account"
This is a possible culprit.
Facebook seems to be related to a plethora of odd problems.
I don't know if it's Facebook itself, or stuff related to a particular
user's use. Many of the machines that are in local shops for a software
redo or malware removal have a high incidence of facebook use.
 
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charlie

On 7/15/2013 4:14 PM, Docster wrote:
"visit her facebook account"
This is a possible culprit.
Facebook seems to be related to a plethora of odd problems.
I don't know if it's Facebook itself, or stuff related to a particular
user's use. Many of the machines that are in local shops for a software
redo or malware removal have a high incidence of facebook use.
 
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Docster

Are there any specific recommendations as to what I should be observing for
or examining. I have just witnessed another incidence of this same problem.

On 7/15/2013 4:14 PM, Docster wrote:
"visit her facebook account"
This is a possible culprit.
Facebook seems to be related to a plethora of odd problems.
I don't know if it's Facebook itself, or stuff related to a particular
user's use. Many of the machines that are in local shops for a software
redo or malware removal have a high incidence of facebook use.
 

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