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Window xp home version hanging while typing login password

When i start my laptop windows xp which is password protected the computer hangs the moment i start tying the first letter of the password. i cannot open windows xp as a result

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Reload os or load xp when prompt to repair choosse that option select drive enter password and do a system restore from that location.

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Windows Password Recovery is the tool that you need in your case. The password recovery tool is designed to reset Windows login password once you accidentally forgot it or have no access to your system including Windows 7, Vista, XP etc. By burning a bootable CD, you can enter almost any computer with Windows administrator login password protected within a few seconds. Here are the step by step tutorial, pretty easy, I am sure you can handle it!

Step 1: Download Windows Password Recovery and install it on another computer.
Step 2: Prepare a blank CD/USB and run the software and use it to burn the ISO file to it.
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This happens when there is a process still trying to work in the back end.

Try to disable most of the applications which get opened by default when windows starts.

Click on start/run/ and type msconfig. Once the window comes up click on start up tab and disable all.

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