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Try reboot computer on power up go into safe mode by pressing F8 and keep it pressed when the safe mode option comes up go to safe mode wait for it to initialize and log in as admin should be no password and then go to control panel users and remove your password from your account name and then reboot computer and start as normal you should be able to login then.
Easist way to disable he password is to, restart the Pc, as it is starting up hit F8 key repetitively until you get into the boot menu. Once in the boot menu, look for Start in Safe mode, Once you start the Pc is safe mode You should get to the log on screen, It should show 1 new user, Know as Admin- The password- If there is one will be, admin or admin doesn't work try signing in with out any password.Once logged in go to your control panel and the into User Acct and disable the Password! Hope this helps!
You may want to try Safe mode with networking. Safe mode with networking works just like your normal mode and you don't have to login as administrator and you can use your normal login credentials if any.
i would try booting up in safe mode and and then logging in as an admin. if your lucky to get there, then go to start >> run >> msconfig >> startup. take off all of the junk applications...then if u can scan for a virus to in safe mode, i would do so...hope this helps!!!
If your postive your password is right there is a very good chance you may have had a caps lock on or off depending on how you wanted your password when you set it in the begining. If all else fails try booting into the admin account via safe mode. Search online how to get your laptop to log to safe mode, usually you can select the option in msconfig by going to run and typing in msconfig or if you hold your power button in till it shuts off and turn it back on you will have an option for safe mode and log in as admin in the admin account (usually no default password is assigned) then you can back up your data and then do a reformat. THEN REMEMBER your password :-)