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  1. Ziad's Avatar
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    Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit

    location is unavailable


    so everytime after i get a BSOD, or i do an emergency restart, or the pc gets turned off immediately,

    it gets this error message after booting:

    "C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\Desktop is not accessable.

    Access is denied."

    i have no clue what actually made this happen.
    only to make this fixed i do a full shutdown and then the desktop works normally. but it still bugs me.

    any ideas?

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  2.    #2

    so every time after i get a BSOD, or i do an emergency restart, or the pc gets turned off immediately
    I think you need to start there. If you're repeatedly getting BSODs or your PC is hanging such that you have to power it off, you need to follow up the reports, and do some basic maintenance to check your disk, file system and system files.

    I've had one BSOD since I put Win 10 on this PC over a year ago- many programs installed, used most days. That was due to one particular program, and the driver problem was rapidly corrected by the author.
      My ComputersSystem Spec


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