Laptop asking me for a password but was never password protected
My Dell Latitude C640 has locked me out. I cannot get access to my files or anything on the computer. It is asking me for a password and username but the laptop was never password protected since I am the only one who uses it. Rather than the usual screen that comes on to log in, it is a Windows XP screen that comes up w/o a picture and asks me to log in. Any suggestions how to reset it or get the usual screen to come on and log in?
Re: Laptop asking me for a password but was never...
Just use oph crack, use it to find a password/username then go to control panel, classic view in the top left corner, user accounts, "change the way you log on and off" then select the "welcome screen" option. if this happens still, you might be pressing a "lock" buttom to turn your pc off.
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1.First flip your laptop over and remove the battery, as well as any cables connected to the laptop. 2.Remove the screw latched into the memory panel on the bottom of the computer found near the rear.
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Dell Laptop with bios or hard drive password set ? Unlock your dell laptop using the link below if it display a message that says "this computer system is protected by a password authentication system, you cannot access the data on this computer without the primary or administrator password, when you turn on the computer. This message is what you get if the BIOS is protected by a password. or you get system disabled
It ian't a big deal, one phone call to Dell Technical support 800-624-9896 Verify that you are an authorized user of the system, and they will generate a master password for the system. (If out of warranty, there may be a support fee)
If it is a passwd set in the bios...good luck. You may have to download a disc from techspot.com
If it is a windows passwd after the dell splach screen tap F8 this brings up the Advanced Startup Menu. Select safe mode and log in as the administrator. From there you can remove or change the password for all accounts. If there was never an account setup on that laptop and the Administrator account is being used then you will need a disk fron techspot.com to retrieve that password.