I encountered an issue with ProfSvc which was caused by Eset Nod32 Antivirus blocking the Profile Service. Attempting to uninstall Nod32 in Safe Mode proved unsuccessful, prompting me to download the Eset uninstaller and run it while in Safe Mode. The antivirus was uninstalled successfully and upon logging in, the ProfSvc error no longer appeared. However, the login process took an excessive amount of time and did not progress to showing the desktop.

I am hoping to find a solution to this problem without having to reinstall Windows. Unfortunately, even Safe Mode is no longer a viable option for logging in. As of now, the only way to access the system is via Command Prompt.

Askify Moderator Edited question April 25, 2023