If uve setup user accounts the computer will ask you for a password. If you dont have a pswd then just hit enter. You can go into control and users to remove the requirement for password and this should take car of your problem
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This could be a Windows password or a system password or both. If you
don't have the Windows password and the former owner can't tell you what
it is, you might have to erase the disk, reinstall Windows and thus
solve the problem. A System password is a theft protection that can only
be changed if you know the password. It is embedded in the laptop
hardware. Ask the former owner what the password is, otherwise there is
no solution but to ask Acer Service.
Bad news, someone has set the hard drive security option. The hard drive is hardware locked and can't be unlocked without the password. Not even putting the hard drive in another machine will bypass the security. You can send the drive to hitachi repair in Dallas, Tx. for recovery but it is very pricey.
Insert OS cd in drive and start reinstalling by selecting repair mode
now once all files are loaded system will reboot when you see the Installing Devices progress bar, press SHIFT + F10 this will give you access to your account also you can reset all passwords Now restart lappy and let the system boot normally without OS cd in drive now
you will come to old screen and previously configured desktop with all
intact aplication and icons on desktop and it will no more ask you for
password till you set a new one
Go to Microsoft website and in the search bar type in ( .NET Machine support) That should take you to a help section or a page within the MS site with some answers for that problem. If not, I have found that if you run the recovery or restore at boot-up that 95% of the time it will solve the problem for you. Hope that helps.