Hey folks, Been having an annoying issue lately that some digging through the internet has failed to solve and was wondering if anyone can provide some insight. Any time my PC is rebooted I get issues with windows trying to load my administrator profile which is the only profile on the PC. Anytime I log in there is a short pause followed by an Error: "Windows cannot load the user's profile but has logged you on with the default profile for the system. DETAIL - There is not enough space on the disk." Which I find to be hogwash since the partition my Windows is in has at least 6gb of free space as well as the other drive which I have my temp and document folders have 100gb of free space, so obviously space is a non-issue. I've done several tests ranging from disk checks and virus scans down to memory tests and everything checks out, odd thing is every time I log out and back in it will still throw the same error but randomly the error will just disappear and my profile will load as if no issues were reported. I'm sure this problem has something to do with the way I set up Windows when I formatted the drive and partitions or at least some registry issue how ever after having this PC for almost a year now I find it odd that it would just start acting up now, so as it is now I'm kinda fumbling in the dark with the issue.