Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
I have tried several times to log in and my computer continues to go to the desktop without icons and then flips to logging off
Turn off the laptop
After turning it on begin tapping the F8 key
Tell me what happens .. if you get the options select
Disable automatic restart after system failure
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
1. You need to connect the infected computer to a network. Make sure
that there is one computer in the network which doesn’t suffer from
this problem. Now, switch on both of the computers, i.e. the infected
and the working computer.
2. From the working computer, Go to Start> Run, type regedit.exe and hit enter. This will launch the registry editor.
3. Go to File> Connect Network Registry, by using this infected computer’s name or IP address.
4. Locate the following entry:
5. In this entry there is a key named userinit, double click on the key and set its value to “C:\WINDOWS\System32\userinit.exe,”
If the problem still persists then you need to run a repair setup. Check out for detailed instructions on running a repair setup over here.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
My computer won't let me log in, when i log in it automaticly loggs me out, i tried safe mode but i just kept coming on then off. please help
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
Boot your computer in safe mode,right click My Computer>properties>Advanced>uncheck"Automatic restart" under System Failure.
Scan your whole computer in safe mode then restart normally.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
My compaq_nx_8220, connot boot up after entering the password on the welcome window?
any advise please?
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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Open your Web browser and type "192.168.0.1" (without quotes) into the address bar.
Press "Enter" on your keyboard to access the router.
A login prompt appears.
Enter your username and password to log into the router.
The router's main menu loads.
Navigate to the Maintenance heading of the Main Menu page.
Select "Set Password."
The "Set Password" menu appears.
Enter the router's old password into the Old Password field.
Type the new password into the New Password field. Verify the new password in the Repeat New Password field.
Click the "Apply" button to apply the change.
or if its the WGR614-V6 model
Push the "Default Reset" button on the back of the Netgear WGR614-V6.
The button is located on the back of the unit, to the left of the external antenna.
You may need to use a pin or the tip of a pencil to access the button.
Continue holding the button in until you see the "Power" indicator on the front of the unit turn off and back on.
This takes approximately ten seconds.
Let go of the button.
The Netgear WGR614-V6 shuts off and turns back on.
Allow several seconds for this process to complete.
Log into the router using the default password by opening a Web browser and navigating to the address "192.168.1.1." Enter the password "password" to log in.
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In Ubuntu 9.04 click on the main icon and select Restart.
- If Ubuntu is the only operating system on your computer you'll need to tap the ESC key as the system boots.
- If you have a dual boot or multiple-boot system the menu should appear on its own.
- At the root level you'll get a boot menu. Select the one that says "recovery mode" and press Enter.
- Ubuntu continues to load until you reach the Recovery Menu.
- Arrow down to "
" which states Drop to root shell prompt with networking and press Enter.
- Now, at the root type "
" (where username is the account whose password you want to change) and press Enter.
- You'll be prompted to
enter a new password
- You will not see the password or any evidence that you are typing.
- Retype the password. If both passwords match you'll have successfully reset your password.
- Press Enter to continue booting into Ubuntu.
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