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Re: don't have acces to system
Assuming this is Windows XP. Press F8 before the Windows XP logo appears during boot. Try either "Safe Mode" or "Last Known Good Configuration". Safe Mode will bypass loading certain parts of Windows, while the other will fall back to the configuration from the last successful boot.
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remove the bios battery for arounf 30 minutes to an hour. if you can locte the bios jumper, just turn the PC on the , unplug the jumper then the pc off, put the jumper back and you are good to go on the next reboot.
Go to another computer and straighten out your netflix account. If it won't accept your email click on "forgot user name or email logon" if you your netflix account is set up properly with an email account you should get an email with your correct logon name.
if Netflix does not accept your login name you won't be able to fix it on the computer connected to your tv.
Or if TV is asking for a code number it could be asking for your wi fi password .
Maybe virus invade your computer.
You can reset windows password if you do not want to reinstall windows with lose data.
Reset windows password, you can use safe mode, rese disk and so on.And I recommend use reset tool,such as Windows Password ResetDeluxe, for it is convenience and guaranteed
There are two types of password:
1. BIOS password. To remove the BIOS password, the solution is, remove the BIOS battery. Location of the BIOS battery, the bottom of the laptop. So you have to unscrew the bottom of the laptop, find the BIOS battery and release approximately 7 seconds, then plug it back. Then, turn on the laptop, enter the BIOS by pressing F2, do the setting the date, time, etc.
2. Password Log on. When turning on the laptop, and log on, then we are asked to enter a password, but we never give password to log on. However,
when we enter the password, always fails, it means the virus-infected
operating system (operating system has been controlled by a virus). These cases often I meet, the Windows XP operating system is infected with the virus. The solution is to reinstall the operating system. Repair operating system, or breaking into password virus, I've tried, but always failed. So, the best solution is to reinstall the operating system.
If you are using Windows 7, you can fix with, insert the Windows operating system CD, then boot from the CD Room. Solutions you can do:
1. Boot from CD Room, select Next - select Repair your computer - Next - select System Image Recovery
2. Boot from CD Room - select Next - select Install now- checkthe "I acceptthelicenseterms"-Next- selectCustom(advanced). Then,selectthe drivewhere you installedwindows-Next.Wait foryour operatingsysteminstallprocessto complete.Thenenter your username,etc.
After enteringthe desktop,don't opendrive C,D,E,F,because the driveisstillinfected withthe virus.All you haveto do is, connect yourlaptopto the Internet, downloadanti-virus.Youcanusefreeanti-virus(AviraorAVG),thenanti-virus updates.After the updateis complete,doa virus scan,drive C,D,E,F.Ifa virusis detected, Primary action = repair, Secondary action = delete.
After driveC,D,E,Fcleanfrom viruses,youcanopen the driveC,D,E,F.Youdon't have toworry about losingdata,because Windows7,will backupyour datain a folderWindows.old.InWindows.oldfolder,there are three folders:Programfiles,Users,Windows.Data storedin MyDocuments,can be foundin theUsersfolder.
> problem with barebone system
> asks for a password in the Setup
Turn the computer off.
Disconnect the AC power.
Look on the motherboard for three pins in a row, with a jumper between #1 and #2.
Move that jumper to connect #2 and #3. Count to ten.
Move that jumper back to #1 and #2.
The motherboard has been reset to its "factory" settings, i.e., NO password.
Connect the AC power.
Turn the computer on.
Press <DEL> to enter Setup.
It should NOT ask for a password.
I had this problem it turns out the password format is a standard 13 charactors, if yours is shorter the computer auto fills the rest, different manufacturers use different charactors. My workround was to add extra "a"s to make 13 in total on the router, match the computers on the network and off you go.
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