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If another account comes up, log out of it by clicking the little gear icon in the upper-right then clicking "Log Out."
If you then still can't log in to your account, click the "Forgot your password?" link located just below the password box on the login page.
Right-click My Computer, choose Properties, Hardware, & then Device Manager. Scroll thru the list of devices until you find Sound Devices. Is anything listed in yellow or with a red "x" thru it? If it's labeled with yellow punctuation marks, then the driver is missing or needs to be updated\reinstalled. You can get the driver by going to IBM's website, answering their questions about your laptop and then download the driver for your laptop's sound device. After installing the driver you should restart your computer. If your sound icon has a red "x" thru it, then right-click on the icon and choose "Enable". If none of this is true for your laptop or fails to resolve the probelm, then you most likely have a burned out sound card; which is not really replaceable. More than likely, It would cost you more than it's worth to have it fixed.
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This issue may occur if the user profile was manually deleted by using the command prompt or by using Windows Explorer. A profile that is manually deleted does not remove the security identifier (SID) from the profile list in the registry.
To resolve this issue, follow these steps:
1.Delete the profile by using the Computer Properties dialog box. To do this, follow these steps:
a.Click Start, right-click Computer, and then click Properties.
b.Click Change settings.
c.In the System Properties dialog box, click the Advanced tab.
d.Under User Profiles, click Settings.
e.In the User Profiles dialog box, select the profile that you want to delete, click Delete, and then click OK.
2.Click StartCollapse this imageExpand this ima, type regedit in the Start search box, and then press ENTER.
3.Locate and then expand the following registry subkey:
when page opens, go to Tools and click on Internet Options. Then click on Connections...........find LAN settings and click on it...........it should be set to Automatically detect blah-blah-blah. if this doesnt work, there are a couple other things we can try