Make sure that the login has been made with the local administrator account.Then call the main menu system by pressing the "Start" button, and navigate to select "All Programs."Open the link "Standard" and run the application "Explorer Windows».Follow the path
drive name: \ Documents and Settings
and locate the folder with the required account.Save the files with a user profile in a secure location.
Return to select "All Programs" and once again open the link "standard."Expand the "Tools" and run the utility System Restore Wizard.Pass the first wizard by clicking "Next" button, and select the desired recovery point to a new dialog box.Confirm your selection by pressing the "Next" button, and wait for the process.Restart the computer and try to log in with your original account.
If the desired user profile has not been restored, clear the last system restore and expand the link "Control Panel" from the main menu.Select the link "User Accounts" and then use the "Create new account".Type the desired name for the new user in the appropriate field of the dialog box and save your changes by clicking "Next".Apply a checkmark in the "Administrator" under "Account Type" in the next dialog and confirm the selected action by clicking on "Create Account".
again return to the main "Start" menu and navigate to the item "Shut Down."Confirm the execution of the selected action by clicking on "End session" and log in again with the newly created account.Then again to end the current session and log on with the local administrator account.
Call the context menu item "My Computer" right click and select "Properties".Select the tab "Advanced" in the dialog box and click the button "Settings" in the "User Profiles."Select the source account and click the "Copy to Folder".Specify the path to set up a new account in the new dialog box by clicking the "Browse" button and confirm the selected action by clicking "Yes" in the window of a query.Log off and then log on to the new account.Settings damaged user profile will be restored.