Question about Toshiba Satellite A100-S8111TD Notebook
Have you tried booting into the "Safe Mode"? During startup keep the F8 Key pressed. This will bring up a choice screen where you select Administrator, or any other username where you do not have a password. If it is an administrator account then you can change the password for all usernames. Read more at www.fixpcfreeze.com
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