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Adamo xps is frozen after it boots windows so I can't put my password in. Ctr Alt Delete doesn't work either so it seems that my keyboard is not working. What do I do?

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on the pc using safe mode(press F8 when starting) you can access through administrator account and then go to control panel>useraccounts>desired account> remove password and so you can remove the password

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With your rescue disc in the DVD drive, just before it boots up repeadedly press F8 until you get the secondary menu that will let you choose Safe Mode, Restore, Rescue etc. and choose Safe Mode. If it boots all is OK and when it has finished the system should have repaired itself. If it doesn't choose restore, this will try to restore the system. If that doesn't work, Rescue is the only other option.
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Hello, my touch pad stopped working today...the part where I can scroll up and down. What can i do


It is possible that it could be a software issue. First go into the control panel and remove the touch pad listed in the device manager. Now you might lose control of the touch pad so you will need to use ctr, alt, and delete at the same time to bring up the option to re-boot the computer. After you re-boot windows should recognize the touchpad and re-install the drivers. Hopefully that gets the scroll function working for you again. If not you can alos try downloading the latest driver updates from dell for you computer touchpad and see if that works. If not could be the touchpad is defective.

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save changes and try restart.
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i have gotten the same error with my laptop. my computer was trying to load window from network, through network adapter.

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