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Cant unlock my computer

Turned my computer off 1 nite woke up next morning tried 2 use
it and it wont come up. a blue screen appears that says something bout hcc user password. only thing i can do is get to another little box thatt says bios password but dont have a password 4 it either....ive tried evrything possible nun of the f2 f8 f 10 f11 or f 12 works on this////crtl+alt+del doesnt either can u help?

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  • Anonymous Dec 15, 2008

    NEVER ST A PASSWORD AND I POWERED IT UP THIS MORNING AND IT ASKS FOR A PASSWORD, BLACK SCREEN WITH WHITE WORDS THAT SAY , ENTER OASSWORD:
    MODEL SATELLITE L45-S7423

  • DOC PUGH Jan 28, 2009

    l have a hp pevilion entertainment pc with 18 inch screen all it will do is ask for a password on a blue screen

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Bios is Locked before it wakes up so we need the Model of your computer to see if there is a bios unlock procedure. What is usually required it to set a jumper on the motherboard to clear the password.

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Oxc000012f win7


I would suggest you to follow these methods.

Method 1

Last known good configuration
It's a Windows startup option that uses the most recent system settings that worked correctly. Every time you turn your computer off and Windows shuts down successfully, important system settings are saved in the registry. If a problem occurs, you can restart your computer using those settings. For example, if a new driver for your video card is causing problems, or an incorrect registry setting is preventing Windows from starting correctly, you can restart your computer using Last Known Good Configuration.
1.Remove all floppy disks, CDs, and DVDs from your computer, and then restart your computer by clicking the Start button, clicking the arrow next to the Shut Down button, and then clicking Restart.
2.Do one of the following:
·If your computer has a single operating system installed, press and hold the F8 key as your computer restarts. You need to press F8 before the Windows logo appears. If the Windows logo appears, you'll need to try again by shutting down and restarting your computer.
·If your computer has more than one operating system, use the arrow keys to highlight the operating system you want to start, and then press F8.
3.On the Advanced Boot Options screen, use the arrow keys to highlight Last Known Good Configuration (advanced), and then press Enter.
4.If your computer has more than one operating system installed, use the arrow keys to highlight the operating system that you want to start by using Last Known Good Configuration, and then press Enter. Windows will then resume starting normally.
Method 2
Chkdsk (Chkdsk.exe) is a command-line tool that checks volumes for problems. The tool then tries to repair any that it finds.
1.Boot from the DVD
2. Select the Language
3. Click on "Repair your Computer" on the Install now screen
4. Click next on the System Recovery Options screen
5. Click on Command prompt.
6. Type the command chkdsk and press enter
Method 3
Offline system restore.
1. Boot from the DVD
2. Select the Language
3. Click on "Repair your Computer" on the Install now screen
4. Click next on the System Recovery Options screen
5. Click on System Restore.
6. Choose the date to which you want to restore
Refer this link for more information.
A Windows Vista-based computer that has a Windows Recovery Environment (Windows RE) partition is not successfully restored by using Windows Complete PC Backup and Restore
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/946010
Good luck,

Sep 14, 2013 | Operating Systems

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My computer was a blue screen, what is the solution?


Blue screen or blue screen of death (BSOD) is common with windows family of operating system and it happens to stop any damage to your system when OS fails. If it happened once, nothing to worry about but if its happening again and again, you need to check for any recently installed hardware or software, it maybe incompatible. If this is not the case then maybe you need an upgrade.

May 05, 2011 | Operating Systems

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My computer can't boot. I'm receiving an error message user profile cannot be loaded. I tried restarting the computer but the problem is still the same. Any idea how to fix it?


Hi brollydragon,

Welcome to FixYa! How is it going?

When did the problem start? Did it happen just recently?

Please try to do the following to resolve the problem:

1. Please try to boot your computer to safe mode. You can boot to safe mode by doing the following:

  • Turn off the computer. Turn on the computer then immediately start tapping the F8 key repeatedly.
Note:
You must press F8 before the Windows logo appears on the screen. If you press F8 after the Windows logo appears, the Advanced Boot Options menu does not appear on the screen. If you do not see the Advanced Boot Options menu, restart the computer, and then repeat this step until you see the menu on the screen.
  • Use the (Down Arrow) arrow key on the keyboard, scroll down to Safe Mode then press Enter.
  • Login to your User Name.

2. Use System Restore to restore the computer's settings to an earlier date:
  • Navigate to the Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools.
  • Click on the System Restore program icon.
  • Click Next > on the Restore system files and settings window.
  • Choose the restore point that you want to use.
Note: Check the Show more restore points checkbox to see more than the most recent restore points.
  • Click Next >.
  • Click Finish on the Confirm your restore point window to begin the System Restore.
Note: Windows will shut down to complete the System Restore.

Hope that helps
. Thank you for using FixYa!

Apr 22, 2011 | Dell Operating Systems

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How can I restore my laptop dell d 830 to its factory settings without a cd


Hi darioindc,

Follow the instruction below to help you restore your laptop to the factory settings.

1) Turn on the computer.

2) As the computer starts, press 'F8' on the keyboard until the Advanced Boot Options menu appears on the screen.

NOTE: You must press 'F8' before the Windows logo appears on the screen. If you press 'F8' after the Windows logo appears on the screen, the Advanced Boot Options menu will not appear on the screen.

3) Press the 'Down Arrow' on the keyboard to select Repair Your Computer on the Advanced Boot Options menu, and then press 'Enter'.

4) Specify the language settings that you want, and then click Next.

5) Log in as a user who has administrative credentials, and then click OK.

6) Click Dell Factory Image Restore.

7) In the Dell Factory Image Restore window, click Next.

8) Click to select the Yes, reformat hard drive and restore system software to factory condition check box.

9) Click Next.

10) When the restore operation is completed, click Finish to restart the computer. Now your computer is restored to the default factory configuration.

NOTE: You can restore the laptop only if there is a Recovery Partition and/or if you haven't deleted it.

If this information was helpful, please rate it.

Thank you for using fixya,

Arun Zac

Nov 27, 2010 | Operating Systems

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Cannot reconize t10


Hi,

On a memory card using the computer

To access files on a memory card using the computer, perform the following steps:
1. At the main, screen tap Menu.

2. Tap Settings.

3. Tap Phone settings.

4. Tap USB settings.

5. Tap Mass storage.

NOTE: You will see a blue circle in the radio button next to the selected item.
6. Tap Save.

7. Press the red End key to exit to the main screen.

NOTE: If you do not exit to the main screen, you will see the message UMS only available in idle mode when you connect the phone to the computer.
NOTE: The phone must be unlocked for the computer to recognize the memory card.
8. Plug the USB cable into your computer's USB port.

9. Plug the other end of the USB cable into the charging/headset port on your phone. Please post your feedback and Vote if the problem resolved as per your satisfaction.

Sep 01, 2010 | Operating Systems

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My computer cannot locate its local profile and keeps putting me onto a tempory one.


i know you might have restarted the computer several times. restarting is the only option else you can also try doing system restore.

Method 1 Able to Access the Desktop.

1 start .
then click Help and Support
.

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2 Under Pick a Task
, click Undo changes to your computer with System Restore
.

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3 Select Restore my computer to an earlier time
, then click Next >
.

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4 Under, 1. On this calendar, click a bold date, select a date before problems were observed with the computer.
Dates in bold indicate a restore point is available for that date.

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5 Under, 2. On this list, click a restore point, click to choose a restore time from the list.

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6 Click Next >
.

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7 Verify that the desired restore point is listed, then click Next >
.

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8 After the computer restarts, the Restoration Complete page of the System Restore window appears. Click OK
.
If the problem still occurs, try restoring the computer to an earlier restore point.

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Method 2 Unable to Access the Desktop.

1 Turn off the computer.

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2 Turn on the computer and press the F8 key every other second until the Windows Advanced Options window appears.

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3 Press the <Down Arrow> key on the keyboard and select Safe Mode with Command Prompt.

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4 Press the <Enter> key on the keyboard.

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5 Log in as the administrator or as a user with administrator rights.

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6 At the command prompt (blinking cursor), type:
C:\Windows\system32\restore\rstrui.exe
and then press the <Enter> key.
If Windows XP has been reinstalled to a different location on this computer, change C:\Windows to the new path.

Oct 10, 2009 | Dell Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Cant conect to internet using wirles with Windows Vista


Hi,

This method will hard reset the wireless drivers back to default settings, but before you perform this remove power from the modem and router for 2 minutes reconnect power and wait another 2 minutes for them to settle down.

Right click "computer" select "manage" and then "device manager", a list will populate, then click on the + sign next to "network adapters" and right click on the wireless adapter and "uninstall" the device, reboot the PC and wait for windows to detect the wireless card and install the drivers for it, this will appear in the system tray (bottom right hand side) when its done try to connect again.


Good luck.

Aug 30, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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I cant start my computer because system32\driver\isanpn.sys is missing or corrupt


You need to replace that missing or corrupt system file. If you don't have your disk, you can borrow someone else's Windows XP disk (SP2) because you will need an XP disk to access the recovery console to replace isanpn.sys file.

Here's a link to the full steps on Microsoft's website to go to the recovery console and replace that file:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315311

Apr 16, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition for PC

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A blue screen


If you take your PC anywhere like say Geeksquad they will charge a bunch of money.

This is what they will do to fix it:
-They will reformat the PC for you.

What you need to do to save alot of money is do the reformat yourself.

Please answer these questions:
1.What's your operating system?
2.Do you have any recovery disks for your PC or Operating disks?

Dec 29, 2007 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Vista wont start up


To remove the sleep mode: right click the desktop and select Personalize, Click screen saver, at the bottom of that window you'll see "Change Power Settings" Click on that. Next to the left side of the window click on "Change when the computer goes to sleep and change the setting to "Never".. As far as why its doing it is unclear without hands on work, but you should have warranty for it. Tell them to fix it or try a differ brand of PC.

Nov 10, 2007 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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