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start your system when windows welcome screen appear press ctrl+alt+delete keys twicw it will show you login classic window then press\ administrator\ in user name and password left all blank and press enter u can login. now you can reset using control panel -user password. 2nd method is window password recovery method tool 3.0
To keep your screen in normal position Press Alt+CTRL+ arrow keys t
depend which arrow key to press accorind to your screen, so try those
arrow key one by one unless your screen will not in normal position)
It's a 'failsafe' - You will need to go back into the BIOS - double check the boot settings - and verify the HDD is set to Auto - make sure the RAM installed is the RAM shown on the boot screen.
Ok, once that is done reboot 2x - hit no keys - if it request F1 to continue, CTRL/ALT/DEL reboot. - go into BIOS, go to boot options find the part that states "stop on error" and disable that... reboot.
If that doesn't help Contact me here. I've other solutions to try as it is a DELL and I've dealt with them for years.
first check your is working or not
then open control panel - administrative tools - services - printer spooler services - double click the services - click stop button - next click start button - choose automatic then give the print if not coming connect other pc to ur printer check printer
Check if you have to press the fn (function) key on your laptop before pressing Print Screen, you can tell if they are both the same blue color.
When you press ALT+Print Screen, you only capture the active window, when you
click print screen you capture the entire screen. Then you will have to
press CTRL+V on your keyboard to paste into paint. If you have windows Vista, you can capture screen shots much more easily using the Snipping Tool included with Vista.
Press the Print Screen key on your keyboard. It may be labeled [PrtScn].
Open an image editing program, such as Microsoft Paint.
Go to the Edit menu and choose Paste.
If prompted to enlarge the image, choose Yes.
Optional: Use your image editor's crop tool to crop out unnecessary portions of the screen shot.
Go to the File Menu and choose Save As.
Navigate to the folder where you want to save the image.
Type a file name for the image.
Select a file type.
Click the Save button.
Hold the Alt key down while pressing Print Screen to capture only the active window.
Generally the GIF format works best when saving screen shots of application windows. The JPEG format usually makes screen shots (especially those with text) blurry, blotchy and discolored.
See related resources below for more screen shot tips
and listings of screen capture software that offers many more options
for capturing screens and portions of screens on Windows and Macintosh
The Windows "clipboard" is a term used to
describe the temporary storage space in memory where an item is placed
when you copy or cut. When you paste, the item is transferred to the
program you're working in. If you copy something else, the old item is
replaced with the new. You can't manipulate the clipboard directly; it's
only used for copy and paste operations.
When the first screen displays, immediately press the F10 key if your computer was built in 2006 or later (came with Vista or Windows 7). Press the F1 key if your computer was built before 2006 (XP or earlier). Press the key once every second until a BIOS Setup utility screen opens.
Try hitting the "Windows" key on your keyboard to bring it out of sleep mode. The "Windows" key is generally found on the bottom row of the keyboard, near the Alt and Ctrl keys, and it has no letters on it, just the Windows logo. That key brings my Windows Vista machines out of sleep mode when other keys won't.
As for the power button, anytime you need to force a computer to turn off, you can press and hold the power button to do so. Usually, you need to hold the power button for 5-10 seconds and it will shut down. Use this option with caution, as it turns the computer off without running through the shutdown process and can cause you to lose data.