Passwords in XP and Windows Logon UI Error Message
I hope you can help me. Anytime I get a box on my screen asking if I would like Windows to remember the password for whatever I am dealing with and I click yes it never does, whether this is for my e-bay account or anything at all. Also if I am in e-bay and I have typed in a product to search for then surely the next time I type the same thing in the word should be finished for me, but it’s not! I believe that this problem occurred when I downloaded a new connection kit for freeserve last year. I am no longer with freeserve however.
Thank you very much
OLEXP: Your Outlook Express Password Is Not Retained in Windows 2000 or XP
OL2000: (IMO) Your Password Is Not Retained in Windows 2000 or Windows XP
For a trimmed down version:
The above also applies to Internet Explorer and other applications that use the Protected Storage System Provider registry key to store passwords.
I don’t know if you can respond to a request like this, but I see you answered a question recently about the same error message I’m getting upon initial startup of my XP Pro machine “Windows logon UI has encountered a problem and needed to close”. I checked the registry and already have the correct entry you noted at:
HKEY LOCAL MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsNTCurrentVersionWinlogon, add
“logonui.exe” to data value in UIHost
I’ve searched the MS knowledge base and all over the internet without success. If I acknowledge, or send the message to MS about 10 times it seems to go away? What is Windows Logon UI and how does this problem suddenly appear? Do you have any advise or recommendations on where I might find an answer? ? Its driving me crazy to not find any references to this problem
Help me Obi-Wan, you’re my only hope
Thank you for your time,
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to C:WindowsSystem32 folder. Locate the file msgina.dll and move it to d: or some other location. [A new copy of this file will be extracted automatically by XP]
See if the problem persists. If yes, open Command Prompt window and type in:
Then, “SFC /Scanow”
Wow, I’ve rebooted my computer multiple times now without any trace of the stream of error messages I’ve been getting. Forcing XP to recreate msgina.dll seems to have done the trick. I can’t tell you how impressed I am to get such excellent advise so quickly! You have a new fan and supporter of you website
Thank you very much,
My pleasure. Thanks for letting me know.
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