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You don't state the OS but usually it is a damaged system file.
On XP you can try this: Boot computer and press Ctrl+Alt+Delete twice when you See Windows welcome screen / login screen. It`ll show classic login box. Now type "Administrator" (without quotes) in username field and leave password field blank, press Enter and you should be able to login Windows. Now you can reset your account password from "Control Panel -> User Accounts". On Win 7 or Vista: Ctrl+Alt+Delete won`t work, you have to use some windows password recovery software. I recommend Windows Password Reset Deluxe
If Error Message Says the Computer is Locked by User 1
Press "Ctrl" + "Alt" + "Delete" on the keyboard to unlock the computer. 2
Type the username and password of the user who last logged on to this computer. Click the "OK" button when you are done. 3
Wait for the "Unlock Computer" dialog box to disappear. The computer has now been unlocked. 4
Press "Ctrl" + "Alt" + "Delete" on the keyboard again and log on normally by typing in the username and password. If the Error Message Does Not Tell Who Locked the Computer 1
Attempt to shut down the locked computer through the server computer. You will have to use the Shutdown tool in the Microsoft Windows Resource Kit (see Resources for download link) to shut down the computer remotely. 2
Wait for the "System Shutdown" dialog box to display the locked computer. Although the dialog box appears, the computer will not actually restart. 3
Wait until the "Welcome to Windows" dialog box appears on the locked computer. 4
Press "Ctrl" + "Alt" + "Delete" on the keyboard before the screensaver becomes active and log on normally by providing your username and password.
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Step 1: click out of your log on password space Step 2: press ctrl+alt+del button Step3: type user name administrator, keep password blank & press enter Step 4: go to the user accounts, create new & delete the current accounts. Step 5: select "keep desktop files folder" option. Step 6: restart your pc.
Note: if you have not entered administrator password while OS installation.
log on with administrator to open with administrator hold the ctrl+alt and press delete button 2 times a window will pop-up write administrator in user name field and enter and if it has password type the password and enter >go to control panel>click on user account and delete all the user. Accept the user you want> also go to the option change the user log off and check both the square will help you
Restart your Laptop and press F8 as soon as logo displays and go to safe mode. There you will get a warning message and click on Yes. Then Press ALT+CTRL+DELETE and enter user name as Administrator and log in without entering password. It will log in. Normally Admin accounts does not have passwords. If its not working please revert. we will send the software to break the passwords.Hope this helps!
When you have your desktop up & displayed, click the right mouse button & it will bring up a menu. Hover your mouse above the "Arrange Icons By" option and it will bring up a sub menu. If the "Show Desktop Icons" option does not have a check mark to the left of it, that is your problem. If there is no check mark, navigate down to it and click on it with your left mouse button and that will make your icons display.