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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm thinking you have the computer to boot from a network, not the hard drive. You'll have to press the setup key (whichever the screen tells you to press when you start the machine and look for the bios setting that determines the boot order of your devices. In machines with a CD, the order should be CD first and then the hard drive. Unless you are in a corporate network environment, you would not want it to be set to boot from a network. Therefore, the third boot option should be disabled.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
You will need to start your computer in the "Safe Mode", you do this by tapping F8 while the computer is starting up.
Once the computer has started, select "Safe Mode".
A...Do a Restore:
Restore your computer to an earlier time...Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore
B...Once you are in the Safe Mode, then you will double left click on "Start">Control Panel>User Accounts>Change an Account.
Now you can change your password,delete the account,etc.
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Posted on Sep 01, 2011
The only thing you can really do here is either contact tech support for a bypass code or try to remember the info or re-install the recovery software and start all over. It is imperative that folks write this stuff down and create password recovery disc you can do this with Windows and do not forget the info because as you know that is what security is for, it has secured you out of your own security.
Some machines have code that can release the password username etc. Usually with BIOS or log in. I'm sure that if you called the manufacturer they would be able to assist you with a pass code that will release the laptop or go to Comet Home Access and get in touch with them that would be my solution or how I would handle it.
Posted on Apr 11, 2012
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