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Just press enter on the password prompt, it should let you in, if not. then we need to reset the password.Here is a password reset disc that you can download and burn to a CD http://pogostick.net/~pnh/ntpasswd/
Thats a free program, a bit complex, but its free.You could also try this software I've personally not used it but its been recommended. http://www.recoveranypassword.com/recover/windows-password-recovery/
Let me know how you get along with them.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Sounds like a failing hard drive or corrupt file system.
Or possibly you have a non bootable disk in the floppy drive, assuming it has one as most laptops dont.
Is this Windows XP? If so, try booting from the XP cd. At the menu, choose R for recovery console.
In the recovery console, type in CHKDSK /R and let it run, it may take well over and hour to run, if it runs at all. If the recovery console is unable to load, or chkdsk wont run, you may have a failing hard drive.
Oct 23, 2007 | Computers & Internet
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