Solved Getting error code 0xc000006d sub: 0x0 on attempted login


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So, I am running Windows 11, and I somehow can’t login. And, whenever I try, it says “Your credentials could not be verified.” And when I click OK, it says: “Something went wrong and your PIN isn’t available (status: 0xc000006d, substatus: 0x0). Click to set up your PIN again.” And, when I click the setup button, it loads and shows this black screen: “The User Profile Service service failed the sign-in.
User profile cannot be loaded
.”
AND I’ve tried running the Startup Repair and couldn’t repair, running Windows Memory Diagnostics also didn’t work, and I also can’t free space to reset my PC, I’ve also tried running in safe mode. Even uninstalling the latest feature and quality update, it won’t let me uninstall them because of my full disk space (silly me for not freeing up). Nothing works, so please help me. I apologize if this topic is for threads to help people and not get help.
 
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Oh and it sometimes says: “Your device is offline. Try a different sign-in method.” Well I tried everything.
 

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It would seem your user profile is corrupted. There are a number of ways to deal with getting you back into your computer but if you have files that are valuable to you , you first have to recover them which makes the recovery process more complex. If you do not have important files to recover, go straight to RECOVERY OPTIONS below.

How To Recover Personal Files
On another machine download and burn a UEFI iso onto flash drive one of the many Linux distros that you can run directly from a flash drive without installing (Linux Mint or Ubuntu are good) Enter your bios and turn off secure boot. Restart and at boot hit f12 which should bring up your boot menu. Select your UEFI flash drive from the boot options. Linux will give you the option of installing or running from you media, choose run from media. Once Linux loads, you will be presented with a desktop that resembles Windows XP. Use the explorer within linux to browse to the folders of your personal files. Copy the files onto external media.

Go back into your bios and enable secure boot.

RECOVERY OPTIONS
Choose one of these methods

1. Enable the hidden administrator account using one of the options here https://www.winhelponline.com/blog/...strator-windows-10-recovery-options-advanced/
After enabling the administrator, restart and select the administrator account from the login screen. Create a new user account.

Once you have a new user account logout of administrator and login to new account
Note-once you have a working account built,disable hidden administrator account. Open command prompt and type
net user administrator /active:no
Remove the old corrupted user account.

OR
2. Reset your PC and from within recovery environment. Hold down shift key while booting. It should enter recovery environment. Choose "remove everything" option. It will reinstall Windows and boot to the OOBE where you create a new user account.

OR

3. Clean install Windows. Clean Install Windows 11 Tutorial

Personally, if it were me I would clean install.
 

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It would seem your user profile is corrupted. There are a number of ways to deal with getting you back into your computer but if you have files that are valuable to you , you first have to recover them which makes the recovery process more complex. If you do not have important files to recover, go straight to RECOVERY OPTIONS below.

How To Recover Personal Files
On another machine download and burn a UEFI iso onto flash drive one of the many Linux distros that you can run directly from a flash drive without installing (Linux Mint or Ubuntu are good) Enter your bios and turn off secure boot. Restart and at boot hit f12 which should bring up your boot menu. Select your UEFI flash drive from the boot options. Linux will give you the option of installing or running from you media, choose run from media. Once Linux loads, you will be presented with a desktop that resembles Windows XP. Use the explorer within linux to browse to the folders of your personal files. Copy the files onto external media.

Go back into your bios and enable secure boot.

RECOVERY OPTIONS
Choose one of these methods

1. Enable the hidden administrator account using one of the options here https://www.winhelponline.com/blog/...strator-windows-10-recovery-options-advanced/
After enabling the administrator, restart and select the administrator account from the login screen. Create a new user account.

Once you have a new user account logout of administrator and login to new account
Note-once you have a working account built,disable hidden administrator account. Open command prompt and type
net user administrator /active:no
Remove the old corrupted user account.

OR
2. Reset your PC and from within recovery environment. Hold down shift key while booting. It should enter recovery environment. Choose "remove everything" option. It will reinstall Windows and boot to the OOBE where you create a new user account.

OR

3. Clean install Windows. Clean Install Windows 11 Tutorial

Personally, if it were me I would clean install.
I wonder how long it took you to type that ._.
 

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    Intel Core i7 9700K
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I wonder how long it took you to type that ._.
It would seem your user profile is corrupted. There are a number of ways to deal with getting you back into your computer but if you have files that are valuable to you , you first have to recover them which makes the recovery process more complex. If you do not have important files to recover, go straight to RECOVERY OPTIONS below.

How To Recover Personal Files
On another machine download and burn a UEFI iso onto flash drive one of the many Linux distros that you can run directly from a flash drive without installing (Linux Mint or Ubuntu are good) Enter your bios and turn off secure boot. Restart and at boot hit f12 which should bring up your boot menu. Select your UEFI flash drive from the boot options. Linux will give you the option of installing or running from you media, choose run from media. Once Linux loads, you will be presented with a desktop that resembles Windows XP. Use the explorer within linux to browse to the folders of your personal files. Copy the files onto external media.

Go back into your bios and enable secure boot.

RECOVERY OPTIONS
Choose one of these methods

1. Enable the hidden administrator account using one of the options here https://www.winhelponline.com/blog/...strator-windows-10-recovery-options-advanced/
After enabling the administrator, restart and select the administrator account from the login screen. Create a new user account.

Once you have a new user account logout of administrator and login to new account
Note-once you have a working account built,disable hidden administrator account. Open command prompt and type
net user administrator /active:no
Remove the old corrupted user account.

OR
2. Reset your PC and from within recovery environment. Hold down shift key while booting. It should enter recovery environment. Choose "remove everything" option. It will reinstall Windows and boot to the OOBE where you create a new user account.

OR

3. Clean install Windows. Clean Install Windows 11 Tutorial

Personally, if it were me I would clean install.
I don’t like to lose my progress. Inin my opinion are not doing 2 and 3
 

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Well great, not even the administrator works
 

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then looks like you will have to do 2 or 3
 

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    256 m.2 2230-256+1 tb hdd
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It would seem your user profile is corrupted. There are a number of ways to deal with getting you back into your computer but if you have files that are valuable to you , you first have to recover them which makes the recovery process more complex. If you do not have important files to recover, go straight to RECOVERY OPTIONS below.

How To Recover Personal Files
On another machine download and burn a UEFI iso onto flash drive one of the many Linux distros that you can run directly from a flash drive without installing (Linux Mint or Ubuntu are good) Enter your bios and turn off secure boot. Restart and at boot hit f12 which should bring up your boot menu. Select your UEFI flash drive from the boot options. Linux will give you the option of installing or running from you media, choose run from media. Once Linux loads, you will be presented with a desktop that resembles Windows XP. Use the explorer within linux to browse to the folders of your personal files. Copy the files onto external media.

Go back into your bios and enable secure boot.

RECOVERY OPTIONS
Choose one of these methods

1. Enable the hidden administrator account using one of the options here https://www.winhelponline.com/blog/...strator-windows-10-recovery-options-advanced/
After enabling the administrator, restart and select the administrator account from the login screen. Create a new user account.

Once you have a new user account logout of administrator and login to new account
Note-once you have a working account built,disable hidden administrator account. Open command prompt and type
net user administrator /active:no
Remove the old corrupted user account.

OR
2. Reset your PC and from within recovery environment. Hold down shift key while booting. It should enter recovery environment. Choose "remove everything" option. It will reinstall Windows and boot to the OOBE where you create a new user account.

OR

3. Clean install Windows. Clean Install Windows 11 Tutorial

Personally, if it were me I would clean install.
I couldn’t see the admin account
 

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  • OS
    Windows 11 Pro
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    PC/Desktop
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    CPU
    Intel Core i7 9700K
    Memory
    16384 MB
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    Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super
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    i9-10900
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    32 gb
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    Dell Optiplex 9020
    CPU
    i7-4770
    Memory
    24 gb
    Screen Resolution
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    Hard Drives
    256 gb Toshiba BG4 M.2 NVE SSB and 1 tb hdd
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And i don’t wanna do 3
Sir, if you can't get into your PC with your account or the administrator nor can you get into recovery options, a clean install is all that's left.
 

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    i9-10900
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    32 gb
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    Benq 27
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    Memory
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Sir, if you can't get into your PC with your account or the administrator nor can you get into recovery options, a clean install is all that's left.
It erases the UEFI firmware at clean install?
 

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0xc000006d = Status_Logon_Failure

The attempted logon is invalid.

This is either due to a bad username or authentication information.




If there are important computer files then you may be able to save them:

a) manual copy and paste using windows Recovery Environment (RE): Notepad

b) boot to Ubuntu /Linux > using Graphical User Interface (GUI) > copy and paste

c) perform custom install so that Windows saves files to Windows.old > restore important files from Windows.old after it installs a fresh copy of Windows

All of the above require the reinstallation of drivers and applications.





 

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    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4800MQ CPU @ 2.70GHz
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    Product : 190A Version : KBC Version 94.56
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    IDT High Definition Audio CODEC; PNP Device ID HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76E0
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0xc000006d = Status_Logon_Failure

The attempted logon is invalid.

This is either due to a bad username or authentication information.




If there are important computer files then you may be able to save them:

a) manual copy and paste using windows Recovery Environment (RE): Notepad

b) boot to Ubuntu /Linux > using Graphical User Interface (GUI) > copy and paste

c) perform custom install so that Windows saves files to Windows.old > restore important files from Windows.old after it installs a fresh copy of Windows

All of the above require the reinstallation of drivers and applications.





well how the heck am I supposed to perform custom install if I’m stuck on “YoUr CrEdEnTiAlS cOuLd NoT bE vErIfIeD.”
 

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If you cannot perform a custom install then use Ubunt / Linux or Windows RE notepad options to backup files followed by a clean install.
 

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    Product : 190A Version : KBC Version 94.56
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    NVIDIA Quadro K3100M; Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
    Sound Card
    IDT High Definition Audio CODEC; PNP Device ID HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76E0
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If you cannot perform a custom install then use Ubunt / Linux or Windows RE notepad options to backup files followed by a clean install.
How am I supposed to enter notepad if the other buttons aren’t showing on the blue options screennother than Turn off PC?
 

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How am I supposed to enter notepad if the other buttons aren’t showing on the blue options screennother than Turn off PC?
I mean screen other and not screennother
 

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For notepad options > boot the computer using the MCT (Windows 10 iso RE) > open command prompt > type: notepad
 

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    NVIDIA Quadro K3100M; Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
    Sound Card
    IDT High Definition Audio CODEC; PNP Device ID HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76E0
    Hard Drives
    Model Hitachi HTS727575A9E364
    Antivirus
    Microsoft Defender
    Other Info
    Mobile Workstation
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