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Malware/Spyware start pc hit F8 continuously, start windows in "safe mode with networking" download free www.malwarebytes.org update run resolve, restart normal mode hope this helps...programs and features remove search bar if there, also check browser extensions to remove it..
Step 1: The Dell Inspiron 1501 is a laptop computer which ships with the Windows Vista operating system. Recovering a lost password can seem difficult, as you will be locked out of the passworded account until remedial measures are taken, but it is not impossible. Recover from a lost password on your Dell Vista system by using the password-recovery features of your operating system.
Restart your Dell 1501 and tap "F8" as the computer is booting. Choose the "Safe Mode" option and press "Enter." Select the "Administrator" account to log in to the computer in Safe Mode. Click "Start," type "control userpasswords2" in the "Search" box and press "Enter." Click on the locked account and press "Reset Password." This resets and recovers the password on your Dell computer.
if the original hard drive of the laptop has never been replaced or reformatted since getting it, you may be able to use the recovery partition.
If you have XP, try to restat the laptop and while it restarts, press and hold down the CTRL key and keep tapping the F11 key as soon as it shows the Dell logo. See if this takes you to a recovery process.
If that does not work and you have Vista or Win 7, try to restart the computer and keep pressing F8 until it takes you to the Advanced Options section of Windows. You can then select to Repair your computer, log in as Administrator when prompted, then you can select the option to factory restore your computer.
First of all have you made any hardware additions or changes? memory, hard drives new printer? If so un-do what you did!
Next can you get into the machine in safe mode by pressing F8 before the windows logo appears? and then choosing safe mode? If you can check the event log by right clicking my computer, choosing manage and viewing the system and application logs for any recent errors.
I have also seen this problem caused by your only hard drive not connected as a master and configured as a slave.
When did the problems start occuring? Have you done any software updates? If you can get into safemode you can do a windows system restore. If it fails you can attempt to do a system restore from the command prompt in safemode by following these directions:
Drop to a command prompt by doing a run (Windows Key - R) Type CMD to get your command prompt. Get to c:\windows\system32\restore anyway you like and finally launch RSTRUI.exe and you should get the System Restore Wizard
If there is some other admin user on this computer you can ask him/her to login the change the password fro you. if not Windows is serious about security and that is fool proof you need to reinstall OS.
its not a big problem,first don't panic.just follow the steps i m telling you- when computer give options like safe mode,safe mode with net working etc.enter on safe mode after that if windows starts thn run your antivirus installed in your computer and if u dont hav antivirus then install it using pendrive or cd and run it. after full scan od the system restart computer again. if problem persists then again start your computer in safe mode and cut all the importand data from your c drive and paste it on d drive or e drive and reinstall XP or VISTA but remember while installing XP OR VISTA computer will ask you to format whole computer or the c drive only,u only format c drive. tht's it
and always have one good antivirus installed in your system and update it regularly.
Have you installed any application/program prior to the blue screen? Most blue screen causes your system not to boot to your operating system anymore. It is possible that your hard drive is crashed due to a virus infections or spywares. Incompatibility and corrupted system registry may affect your system to have blue screen as well.
You may try the following steps below.
1. Restart your computer. After you pressed the power button to restart. Keep on tapping F8 key on the keyboard on and off.
2. Boot advanced option will show up on the screen. You may boot your computer to the following option.
a. Last known good configuration b. Safe mode with Networking.
If Safe mode w/networking works, restore your computer to an earlier using the system restore features.