Dell D610 will not recognize password when logging on to windows
I was going working with a tech to try and get on line. I was unable to get on line. I walked away for a little while and when I came back the laptop had gone into safe mode and now I'm unable to open windows. The message comes up "The system could not log you on. Make sure your User name domain are correct, then type your password again. Make sure the Caps is not accidentally on."
Still I'm unable to get to my windows. What can I do?
Do I just Sail it off a high Cliff and watch it blow????
Re: Dell D610 will not recognize password when logging on...
Some notebooks have a small battery on the mother board remove your notebook battery then remove the small on the motherboard live for a day our 2 then reinstall the battery this should solve the problem
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Hello, can you tell me if you see the Windows Screen? or is a bios password? The first one can be unlocked using a program called Active@password. The second one can be unlocked for $30. Hope this helps.
For recovering Windows logon Passwords in safety, I would suggest software Windows Password Seeker. Not only work on XP/Vista/2000/NT, but also compatible with windows 7, it works perfectly to reset Windows Password. I burned it to a Usb stick. Booting up and clearing my password in just 4 minutes. You can Google Windows Password Seeker or download it from: http://www.passwordseeker.com
Is the USB-compatible drive recognized when connected to some other computer? If OK, then the drive is OK.
Is _ANY_ USB device (memory-stick, camera, mouse, keyboard, printer) recognized when connected to any of the USB ports on your computer?
If not, then the USB device-drivers for Windows have not been loaded.
Drastic: backup all your data files, bookmarks, and music, to an external hard-drive, and reinstall Windows from the Dell-provided "System Restore" set of CD-ROMs.
tap F8 during startup (just after Dell Splash Screen) select Safe Mode Select the administrator account (has no password by default)
when in Windows Start Control Panel Users change your password
if it is the BIOS password, it is secured and you will need a reset from Dell by calling tech support. They will ask some security questions and then have you go through a procedure to get them a code for a password reset.