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System restore will only allow you to restore back at a certain date, you can ask for a much earlier date and restore again, if you cannot get an earlier date, you MUST go into your BIOS and reset your computer, or do a fresh restore to "Just Out of Box". The latter is what I would do. If it's staying in safe mode, you can go into your BIOS and do your resets. While there, reset your password for admin so your children cannot open your unit at all.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try going to system tools, and select system restore .. If that does not work ,May be virus, may have full restore with formating the hard drive
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
Are you doing DESTRUCTIVE recoveries or are you doing NONDESTRUCTIVE recoveries? Try another hard drive in the machine and recover to that. Nondestructive recoveries replace the operating system without destroying the personal data. Its possible the original problem is propagating over to the recovered systems. Do a destructive recovery. Understand any data not backed up will be destroyed. Possible the original problem was a trojan virus.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Press F8 as the laptop boots up, instead of selecting boot in Safe Mode, select Last Good Known Configuration.
With luck it will return to normal.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Restart your system. As soon as the computer reboots and when you see the blue line on top of the screen with a label www.dell.com that the time that you have to hit ctrl+F11. Once Dell PC Restore appears click on the restore button.
Best of Luck
Posted on May 30, 2010
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Step 1: Enter Safe Mode
Start or re-start your computer.
Before the Windows 7 loading screen appears, Press 'F8? to enter
Advanced Boot Options.
Use arrows to choose 'Safe Mode' when you can see the Advanced Boot
Press 'Enter' and wait for Windows 7 files to load.
Log on with an administrator account when you can see the log on screen
Note: Well, when you are presented with the
Advanced Boot Options screen, there are 3 types of Safe Mode. They are the Safe
Mode, Safe Mode with Networking and Safe Mode with Command Prompt, and the 3
options are all available for you. Here above we take Safe Mode as an example,
but if you choose Safe Mode with Command Prompt, you'll need to input related
to command prompt to reset the password.
Step 2: Reset the forgotten Windows login
password in Windows 7
Now you could diagnose and solve some serious
computer problems in the safe mode and reset the forgotten Windows login
password in Windows 7 as follows:
Click 'Start' button, input 'lusrmgr.msc' into the Search box and press
In the 'Local Users and Groups screen', click 'Users'.
Right-click the account that you need to reset the password for, and
then click 'Set Password'.
Type and confirm the new password, click 'OK'. (You can go to 'Local
Users and Groups' screen by right-clicking 'Computer' to select 'Manage' on
Step 3: Log on your password protected PC again with the new password since you have successfully performed Windows password reset for Windows 7.
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