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If you did not set a password, first try by simply hitting enter (no words or characters in the box). If this does not work, restart the computer and press F11 or F12 to enter set up (only one or the other will bring you into setup). Once in setup, find where to set\change password. For "new" leave blank, and press enter. Delete anything that may be in this box. Do the same for the next box(es) for "re-enter" password; leaving the box blank and pressing enter. At the very end (right) of the screen, it should give a list of exit options (after selecting "reset" or "save" password; select "save changes and exit" option. The computer should restart automatically and bring you to either 1. The "blue" password screen, for which you will press enter. 2. The operating system Desktop, i.e. Windows etc. where all your icons and apps are displayed. If thus does not work, you need to reset the computer to its default (factory settings) which can be done following the same steps, and finding this option in the menus provided. I do not know what OS you have, but if it is Windows then the above is where to go.
The process as below: First, restart your computer, keep pressing F8 before Windows loads, then select safe mode and enter, you will see the default administrator account appears in the login screen, click that account and enter your system, go to control panel to change your other account password. When it finishes, restart the computer, log in the related account with the newly created password.
Resetting password & user name on Windows:
b>*Start your computer *Keep pressing "F8" as the computer starts. *This will enter the computer in Safe Mode. *(When the window "Advanced Boot Options" opens, choose "SafeMode" with arrow key and confirmby pressing the Enter key, then computer enters Safe Mode. *Once you are in the Safe mode Click "Administrator" on the Windowslogin screen. *Take note that you have set the Administrator password before, you need toinput the changed password instead of leaving "Password" field blank. *Then click Start > Control Panel > User Accounts > Select the accountthat is locked and change the password. **Restart computer and login into the account you just created using your newpassword.
Do a system restore...restore your computer back to a time when it was running great...like the day before...
Note...choose one of the darkened dates as a reset date...
Click on Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore
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is it a windows password or poweron password? you must be wondering what are they? windows password is when you have to enter the password to get into windows and before that you get to see the windows loading screen. poweron password is hard to crack, it will ask a password on a black screen saying Enter a Password, and the background will be completely black in color. if its a windows password, press the "Alt+Ctrl+Del" twice, you'll get a screen which will ask you a username and password. in the username and password type in, "Administrator" and password will be blank. hit enter. if it works, then for the rest of the steps, mail me at L2support.firstname.lastname@example.org
If you keep pressing F8 before Windows starts to load it should display a menu, if you choose "safe mode" it may then load into Windows. If you're using WinXP you can try a system restore - click start, all programs, accessories, system tools, system restore. It should display a calendar. Click on any date in bold and restore to that date. It may solve the problem for you. Did you install a new game or anything just before it went wrong?
this does sound like a bios password, which is not able to be cleared by many places, toshiba has kept this seceret from many tech such as my self. the only way to remove toshiba's bios password is to take it to them.
If this is a windows user password there is software online that can help.