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Try Alt +F4 together then choose to logout , restart, ShutDown

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windows has something called the safe mode thru wich u may enter the system. its either of the F8 F9 or F10 keys... try safe mode entry with networking. this will by pass the entire process of logging in if thats all u need. when ur sytem boots up keep tapping these three keys induvidually and ur safe mode menu ll open up

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to avoid this problem you run in safe mode option to your system.to run in safe mode follow the step...
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