User is asked to log in for the first time in 4 years
When my son turns on his laptop, he is asked to log in. My name (Angela, his mother) is the only name there. I click on my name. It says it is loading my settings, gives a blank screen, and then comes right back to the same login screen. This is my son's laptop and he was never asked to log in as me before.
Also, when I start the computer, there are three horizontal lines on the screen.
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at Windows XP's Welcome Screen, simply press Ctrl-Alt-Del keys sequence
together twice, and you will be shown a Log On to Windows menu where you
can specify the User Name and Password. In the User Name text box, key in
"Administrator" (without quotes) and leave the Password field blank. Then
press Enter or click on OK. If there it is not a password protected
Administrator account, or blank password is set, then you will be able
to access the Windows with full administrative privileges as
Then simply click start > control panel > User accounts then select your sons account and click edit then click remove password. once done simply log off and then log in to your sons account and no password will be asked for. If your son is the root administrator then you will need to get software to reset the password for you
You can have your computer remember your user name and password whenever you try to log in. You just need to do the following; 1. go to Browsing History under Internet Options 2. delete Cookies, Cache, Temporary Internet files and Password. 3. open IE or any browser log in using your user name and password 4. then there would either be a pop-up or a notification found on top or at the bottom of the screen asking if you'll remember the user name / password. 5. try to log out and close the browser and then open a fresh browser and try to log in and type the user name and password 6. select or put a check mark under the pop-up remember password
when it asks for password just click nywhere on the screen other than ur account name NOW Press CTRL + ALT + DELETE ,a new window will open up under username field enter administrator and then press ok then u will be logged in shortly.
Ok to delete a user account go Start>Control Panel> User Accounts and Family Safety> User Accounts...You can manage accounts here, change account names, delete accounts, add passwords, etc..
Hope this helps