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Tap the restart or turn on the computer, soon as you turn on the computer, tap the f12 button until you get to the pat were it said delete and reboot. And just reboot. That will delete old passwords an delete everything and bring it back to factory default
It would appear that someone got into the BIOS and set a supervisor password, and this will keep you from logging on. Possibly a way to fix this is to remove the CMOS battery from the machine to clear the CMOS. In a laptop, it can be difficult to find this battery. In the best of worlds, you can remove the battery and look up into the case to see if the battery is visible. Otherwise, you'll have to open the case to find it.
※. Login to one computer and connect to Internet. Download Windows Password Recovery Tool 3.0 on that PC. Note that: It is a .ISO file. Burn the .ISO file to a blank CD. ※. Get out the newly created CD and insert it to the locked computer. ※. re-booted the locked computer and then followed the process of instructions. Just a few steps, the old password was deleted successfully. ※. You can read more info about the steps from this article
can you get on in safe mode
if so then click control panel users accounts
i believe you would click administartor then accounts you can remove windows passwords in there.
hope this helps
safe mode can be accessed by repeatedly hitting f8 as you restart your pc