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Booting in Safe Mode tells a computer to start ONLY what is needed for the computer to run, i.e. the Operating System and services associated with it. Running in Safe Mode is generally used for troubleshooting purposes. Try starting the computer in a "normal" start up.
You will need to start your computer in the "Safe Mode", you do this by tapping F8 while the computer is starting up. Once the computer has started, select "Safe Mode" Once you are in the safe mode, then you will double left click on "Start">Control Panel>User Accounts>Change an Account. Now you can change your password,delete the account,etc. Please take time to rate me
Please restart the computer in safe mode, and check if the touch pad is working, if it is working then uninstall the touch pad software from Add remove programs / programs and features and then install it again. (if you do not have the driver CD download it first before you uninstall it from the computer manufacturer website)
Procedure to go to safe mode
Restart the computer,
once it is restarting keep tapping F8 key until you get a menu to choose normal mode, safe mode etc.
Choose Safe mode using you up and down arrow keys on the keyboard and highlight safe mode
Try restarting the computer in safe mode( restart the computer and start tapping F8 key of your keyboard). In safe mode you will be able to reset the old password( from- Control panel> User Account>select the account and change the password.
boot the computer using safe mode, this should correct the problem. if it is window vista, then get a vista cd boot from the cd, then click on repair my computer and restore the computer back to the date that ot worked perfectly, this won't delete your recent files. good luck
It sounds like you have some form of a hijacker virus. You probably won't be able to do this from the infected computer but, if you have a spare - or a buddy who do it for you, go to Malwarebytes.org and download a copy of their Malwarebytes anti-malware program and try to install it using a flash drive.
If at all possible, physically disconnect your computer cable from your internet source (Cable, DSL, Dial-up, etc.) then try to boot into "Safe Mode" and install the Malwarebytes program while in safe mode. You can also run the program in while in safe mode.
Once the anti-malware program is installed and running, just follow the on screen instructions. This is a very user friendly, as well as a very effective cleaning program.