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Inspiron 1525 keyboard/touchpad locked.

I can't enter my password. Screen shows my name but says the computer is "locked"

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Press ctrl alt del together then try to enter your password. If it doesn't work. restart your computer by holding down the power button for 10 seconds or until the computer turns off. Restart and tap F8 repeatedly as soon as the light comes on. Choose 'Last known good configuration' using your keyboard. Then press enter. Try if you can login now.

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Have an local administrator login Right Click My Computer and select Manage . Scrool down to Local USers and Groups and select users Right click on the user and select properties Uncheck account is disabled and apply

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