This problem virus problem plz u creat a new user throw the control pannel u can creat user accounts after that u will enter the new user and appear full window u can try shut down
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In order to reset the password for the NComputing Administrative Console, you will need to re-install the software and reset the password through the installer. To do this, complete the following:
Launch your NComputing software installer:
The installer will request a password, type anything.
The installer will inform you that the password is wrong, select OK.
You will then be asked if you forgot your password, select Yes.
You will be prompted to restart your installer, select OK.
Your password is now reset; you may Cancel the installation and access your administrative console.
you got 2 things here: 1. pc shutting down unexpectedly 2. blue screen
1. the cause could vary: a. cpu overheating: make sure you are letting the laptop to breath, open/clean vents. b. motherboard failure: get a new laptop. c. battery failure: try to take the battery out and connect the laptop and test/replace the battery as needed.
2. blue screen: if it is a Blue Screen of Dead, try to note any error codes and post back or at this stage it could be virus: take the hd out, connect it to an enclusure and hook it up to another good computer and attempt to save the usuful data. then reinstalled hard drive in laptop and reinstall os. b. hadware failure: replace laptop.
on the password:
the only three possibilities where you may be asked for a password is if you're trying to access a password protected bios (which you rarely do with f8) or if you're accessing the recovery console in which you need to enter your windows user name and password or if you're accessing the computer in safemode in which you can enter any user name and their password or the user name: Administrator and for password it could be either blank or whatever password was set when windows was installed
The administrator password in Windows XP is the password used to access the "Administrator" account.
This account usually doesn't show up on the logon screen and most
people don't know it exists. Usually that's okay because you won't need
to use your computer under this account very often.
There are a few times when you will need this password! When you're accessing the Windows XP Recovery Console or you're trying to boot into Windows XP Safe Mode, you'll need this password before you can continue.
Follow the steps below to quickly find the administrator password on your computer!
Time Required: Retrieving the Administrator password may take a few minutes up to hours depending on the situation
Try leaving the password blank. More often than not, the Administrator password doesn't exist at all! Just press Enter without typing anything when asked for it.
Enter the password to your account. Often
times, depending on how Windows XP was setup on your computer, the
primary user account will also be the administrator user account.
Try to remember your administrator password.
If you installed Windows XP on your computer yourself, you probably set
the administrator password during the Windows XP installation process.
If that's true, you might be able to make really good guesses at what
the password might be.
Have another user enter his or her password. If there
are other users that have accounts on your Windows XP computer, one of
them may be setup with administrator access.
Recover the administrator password using a password recovery tool.
Password recovery tools are software programs that work by making
super-fast guess after super-fast guess until the password is
Note: Some password recovery tools is the list I linked to above
also have the ability to transform regular user passwords into
administrator passwords. This could be valuable if you know your
account's password but it's not an administrator account.
Perform a clean installation of Windows XP.
This is a last resort option. This type of installation will completely
remove Windows XP from your PC and install it again from scratch.
If you're just curious about your administrator password, I wouldn't
suggest this extreme solution. However, if you're needing the
administrator password to access diagnostic tools and this is your last
effort to save your PC, performing a clean install will work. Keep in
mind that it is a time consuming process due to the fact that all of
your data must be backed up and then later restored.
Ok, let me see if I've got this right, you want to replace vista? but you need the SATA drivers? To do a dual boot, you usually need to install XP first, and Vista second. As for the SATA drivers, if the XP cd boots up and allows you to edit the partitions, then the SATA driver is already integrated. And here is the download page for your laptop: Qosmio® F45-AV410
hi there, dont panic brother, try theses things. --> take out battery --> connect the power cable --> wait for a minute --> turn it on --> it will work if not --> take care power cable out --> put the battery in --> turn it on --> and it will work (try to move the lid up and down) if not --> charge the battery dont turn it on --> when its full take of the power cable --> wait for 30 sec --> turn it on --> it will work ((try to move the lid up and down) if not --> charge the battery --> keep the power cable --> turn it on --> it will work (try to move the lid up and down)
I got the following from the windows help and support:
Using a password reset disk is the best solution.
If you have typed the wrong password, you'll get a message that says your user name or password is incorrect. When this message appears, click OK.
Click Reset password, and then follow the instructions.
If there is another administrator account on the computer, that administrator can change the password for the account you can't remember the password for. If you do this, however, you will lose access to any encrypted files, encrypted e‑mail messages, and passwords stored on this account. If you don't have encrypted files or stored passwords, then this option will work for you
If you don't have a password reset disk or another administrator account, you won't be able to reset the password. If there are no other user accounts on the computer, you won't be able to log on to Windows. In this case, you will need to re-install Windows.