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Re: i canoot access my computer because i have forgoyt my...
During start up, tap f8 key
keep taping it until you get a safe mode option
select it and start, ignore the messages
logon as administrator usually no password is required
click "No" to avoid "system restore"
Click "start" --> "control panel" --> "user accounts
Click on your account
Click on change password then enter the new password
Logoff and restart
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More info, are we speaking about two laptops here or the same one? In case there is a file that stores the password, which is a security risk to mention as we cannot authenticate that the computer is yours. The harddrive needs to be removed slaved and accessed from another computer to change the file. Take to IT vendor. no easy fix.
i have another laptop that is saying this computer system #5zp7yj1-595b is protected by a password authentication system.you can not access the data without the correct password can u help please as i dont know the password
Go ahead and reset the IE so that the content advisor can be removed. By Right Clicking on the icon of the IE. Click on properties. Click on advanced. Click on Reset. Then click on Close. Restart the computer and try again. If it does not work.
Shut down the computer completely. Keep tapping the F8 button and turn on the computer. Choose safe mode with networking the windows boot options. Then click on administrator to login. No password will be asked. Go in to control panel. Click on user accounts. Try removing the password for the admin account.
Someone has set the hard disk password in the BIOS. This stops the hard disk from being accessed until the password is sent to it. The hard disk itself is now locked - you cannot put it in another system - it will just not work until it receives the correct password.
I am sorry but unless you know the password there is no way to access the data on the hard disk. You would have to send it to a data recovery firm or possibly return it to the disk manufacturer but contact them first as they will probably destroy all the data on the hard disk.
Sorry - but you will have to buy new hard disk and reset the CMOS before you fit the new one and remove all BIOS passwords.
I was given an old computer years ago that was password protected I was told to pull the battery out for 10 sec. then reinstall it. It cleared the pass word protection. Note: pull the power cord push the start button to drain any power from the system, ground your self to protect the computer of any static electricity first.
this is a triky one because its a new os, what password is it the user log in or a diffrent password all together? my email is firstname.lastname@example.org but vista does have ways in just like any os. email me and then i can get back to yu if need be thank you and i will try and help you in what way i can.