Stap 1: Druk op je toetsenbord op de Windows toets en R combinatie. Typ nu regedit in en druk op Enter.
Stap 2: Nu wordt er een Registry Editor scherm geopend, klik hier op Bestand (file) en kies voor Inladen Hive (Load Hive)
When the Registry Editor opens, select HKEY_USERS in the left pane. Now, pull down the File menu and choose the Load Hive option.
Step 3 : When the Load Hive dialog appears, select All Files in the Files of type box. Navigate to your affected profile folder (for example, C:\Users\<user_name>) and select the NTUSER.DAT hive. Click Open.
Note: if the NTUSER.DAT file doesn’t show up, you might need to configure Windows to display the hidden files.
Step 4 : It will ask you for a name. Give it any name, it doesn’t matter what it is.
Step 5 : You will now see the hive you just loaded with the name you gave it under the HKEY_USERS key. In my example, the entire NTUSER.DAT hive has been loaded into the Registry Editor under the registry location: HKEY_USERS\NTUSER.
Step 6 : Right-click on HKEY_USERS\NTUSER and select Permissions.
Step 7 : Here you should see at least three accounts: System, Administrators and the name of your affected user account who’s profile you are fixing. If ANY of these are not shown it will not work. You need to add all three and then give them full control in the Permissions section.
Step 8 : Once you have added all three and given them the correct permissions, click the File menu and select Unload Hive. Close the Registry Editor.
Step 9 : Log off or restart your computer. You should be able to login successfully with your account that you were having trouble with.