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Oct
2010

How to Fix “The Windows Logon Process Has Unexpectedly Terminated” Error in Windows

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windows 7The Windows Logon Process (winlogon.exe) is  “responsible for handling the secure attention sequence, loading the user profile on logon, and optionally locking the computer when a screensaver is running (requiring another authentication step). Wikipedia. ” Sometimes while working with your computer (XP, Vista, Windows 7) you might get the following error, unexpectedly: “The Windows Logon Process Has Unexpectedly Terminated”.  This error is triggered when the winlogon.exe fails to work or run and, as a consequence, it crashes the system. Here is the procedure to fix it.

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. When the system starts to boot, type F8 repeatedly.
  3. By pressing the button above, you should be able to gain access to Advanced Boot Options.
  4. From the list, choose Last Good Known Configuration.
  5. If this doesn’t work, restart the computer again, Press F8 and from the menu select Safe Mode (fist choice).
  6. If this works then it means that  you have recently  installed a software or driver which is not working properly. Try to uninstall the software or driver which is giving you issues.



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