Error in Windows 7: User Profile Service was not logged on. The user and administra​torprofile

Error in Windows 7: User Profile Service was not logged on. The user profile can not be loaded. Administrator profile and the code does not work. What do I do?
HP G5384sc desktop pc

Hello
Unfortunately I did not manage to fix my computer yet. My printer is broken so I bought a new one, but since I do not have administrator rights, I can not connect the new printer, so I have to write all-installing notes down with pencil and simultaneously translate them into Danish so it is a very slow process. I'll tell you if it succeeds, otherwise there is of course the primitive way to buy a new computer, but it's the same as giving up. Not yet.
Until now, many thanks for the good suggestions.
Kind regards
Birgeres

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    the type named {0} and with id {1}. ef9fb09c-fe46-1072-b404-c5bccdc9dc59
    08/21/2014 09:07:30.06  w3wp.exe (0x2BB8)                        0x2448 SharePoint Foundation        
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    Level: Verbose] Deserializing the type named {0} and with id {1}. ef9fb09c-fe46-1072-b404-c5bccdc9dc59
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     Topology                       ahg9p High     [Forced due to logging gap, Original Level: Verbose] Completed deserializing
    the type named {0} and with id {1}. ef9fb09c-fe46-1072-b404-c5bccdc9dc59
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        <Keywords>0x4000000000000000</Keywords> 
        <TimeCreated SystemTime="2014-08-08T23:51:04.938901900Z" /> 
        <EventRecordID>14596</EventRecordID> 
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        <Execution ProcessID="8472" ThreadID="17360" /> 
        <Channel>Application</Channel> 
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        <Security UserID="S-1-5-21-499312637-3451022336-10712144539-44056" /> 
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        <Data Name="string0">EndpointFailure</Data> 
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        <Data Name="int2">8472</Data> 
        <Data Name="string3">DefaultDomain</Data> 
        <Data Name="int4">1</Data> 
        <Data Name="string5">urn:schemas-microsoft-com:sharepoint:service:3f215b603e634a629875945488863f75#authority=urn:uuid:9f338b52a7b049b193d8f8dc514fdadd&amp;authority=https://spapp1:32844/Topology/topology.svc</Data> 
        <Data Name="int6">1</Data> 
        <Data Name="int7">3</Data> 
        <Data Name="string8">http://spapp2:32843/3f215b603e634a629875945488863f75/ProfileService.svc</Data> 
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