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Re: Dell Latitude D600 wont log on
Hi there I'm sorry to say that it sounds like the win32 trojan virus. Try to boot up in safe mode by restarting your PC and hitting F8, this will take you to a sub menu, choose "safe mode" log in if it lets you and choose "system restore" take the PC back to a date before this happened. If you cannot get into safe mode then the virus has destroyed the operating system and you will have to recover the system.
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f you can already login to this computer and you have administrator's rights,
then you do not need the administrator's password. You can go to the Control
Panel - User Accounts to set up other Users or change the password on the
various Users as well as the administrator. If you need the administrator's
password to set up a new user then there is a way to remove the administrator
password. You need to download Hiren's utilities and make a boot CD with this
utility. You most likely need to do this from another computer. For details
on how to remove the administrator password please click on this link :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r4335021-remove_xp_vista_password
Is this a BIOS password when you first turn it on, or a windows password? You need to enter the BIOS to reset a BIOS password. If it is windows, once you are logged in, press ctrl+alt+del. Click on the Change Password button.
Sometimes when you use the suspend feature, the cache data can cause the problem. If you laptop allows you to have a fresh start, please choose that.
If that doesn't work, you should try booting from a OS CD. The last step would be to determine if either the Hard disk is corrupt or if there's a problem with the RAM. It's usually these devices which can cause a start up problem.