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When I turn on my computer the screen comes on black and asks for the current password. This is not the log on screen for administrator. The computer doesn't get that far. I do not have this password. I have never had this happen. When attempting to try different passwords the system says theres a fatal error and locks me out. I have tried pressing f8 when restarting as well as holding down r for restore. Not sure what to do. Emachines says it's a Microsoft problem and Microsoft say's it's an Emachine problem! Help!!
It would be happened due to accedently you may configured in your bios setting. Do one thing remove your cmos battery clean it by cotton cloths or tisue paper and insert it. Check your keyboard and mouse connection. Fattel error comes due to lose connection or no connection of your keyboard. It will work fine. Good luck Purushotam
Posted on Sep 08, 2007
First, its neither a microsoft problem nor a E-Machine problem. It definitely seems that you or someone else has accidently set a CMOS password, which you are not aware of. And this is the only reason why you are getting a 'Enter Current Password' prompt. Now, let me explain to to you what we need to do. We would need to reset the CMOS Password. There are various ways to reset the CMOS Password, which requires some advanced troubleshooting steps and cannot be dictated here. Hence I would request you to call up E-Machine again and don't mentions the exact issue to them. Just tell them that you want them to help you reset the CMOS Password. Also, just in case someone might have made changes to the BIOS settings, get you BIOS settings set to default. Again, in case they are not able to help you on this, please feel free to initiate a chat session with me from the Fixya homepage and I would love to help you on this. Good Luck
Posted on May 24, 2007
It's very simple, open u'r case and find a jumper for reseting CMOS or just find a battery remove it for about 10 sec and put it back. Press the power button and press F10, F2 od Delete to enter in CMOS. Load default settings and save the settings. After restart you no need password. Have fun!
Posted on Aug 31, 2007
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Bypass eMachines password with recovery disks created before lost eMachine password
When input an incorrect password at the login screen, click "Reset Windows Password" and insert the eMachine password reset disk. The Password Reset Wizard will lead us create a new password to remove forgotten eMachines Windows 7 password.
Retrieve eMachine Windows password by DIY a password reset disk after forgotten
It is considered as the most instantly and easiest way to recover lost eMachine password. A .iso file, bootable CD/DVD/USB disk and accessible PC will solve problem within minutes without special techniques for a green hand on PC.
We can get the .iso file from many Windows password recovery programs. Just take one of the most popular tool - Ainorsoft Windows Password Recovery as example.
A. Download the suitable Ainorsoft Windows Password Recovery program and burn its .iso file into a blank CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive on an accessible computer;
B. Boot the burned CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive from the PC password locked;
C. Reset the new eMachines password.
Ainorsoft Windows Password Recovery tool concludes Basic, Enhance and Corporation versions. The Basic is opted for Windows 7, XP, Vista, 2008, 2003,etc. CD/DVD disk suits for it! The Enhance version can be used with USB disk for the former OS. While, the Ainorsoft Windows Password Recovery Corporation is designed to Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/NT/Server 2008/2003/2000 with bootable CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive.
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