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What error do you get signing on Facebook?
Sometimes Facebooks experiences Lag on sign ins you just have to try several times to get in sometime the password may have been incorrectly typed in make sure the caps is turned Off if your password does not include a capital letter, of if you have capital letters in your password word make sure that you use the capslock only for the letter that need to be capitalized.
if still the issue is the log in possible you Facebook account has been hacked, the only way you can unlock it is to click on Forgot Password then it shall bring you to a page asking for detail like you email and or Alternate E-mail that you put in during the creation of your Facebook, also a security password will be asked make sure you know those details if not then calling facebook.
A tip make sure you E-mail password and Facebook password are different because if both are the same chances are your E-mail can be hacked as well.
Start the PC and and enter into save mode. TO enter in save mode watch when it boots and look for what to enter to get into the save mode. For Dell it is F8. Once you get into save mode, go to control panel, go to user account and remove the password or reset it. Thanks
Regarding the issue with your password, one possible option to resolve it is using the system restore using the windows vista cd or using the boot advance option.
When you turn on the system, after you pressed the power button to turned it on just keep on tapping F8 key on the keyboard (depending on the system model) until you see an option to boot to "repair my computer". Follow the instructions. When you are in the Recovery option, select system restore and restore the settings back to the working date.
If system restore won't work. Last resort is to reinstall your Windows Vista. You may also ask you computer manufacturer if they have a recovery partition of your hard drive to restore your computer back to factory defaults.