I just answered this elsewhere so i will just copy and paste .....there are some complicated free ways that people say work to retrieve windows password .. but there is no guarantee with windows updates if it will work . Your best and quickest option is to try a password recovery software . Check this video out on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98qdfuxwL88
the software apparently resets the password immediately
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If worst comes to worst, do not ever turn it back on until regular battery and smaller internal battery have gone dead. Its the internal battery u need to go dead. That means not turning it on for up to a week, any attempt to power it up will keep the password, unit must be really really dead. Then, when u are sure its been awhile, plug charger back in and u should have to put all new passwords back in.
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if restarting the PC doesn't make it work again see if HP have some drivers for it. If it's completely dead despite driver install and restart you may need a new touchpad. They rarely brake but it's not unknown. Installing a second hand or new touchpad (try ebay) requires a careful hand so get someone good with electronics to do it if you don't fancy it yourself.
Have you tried a new battery in the stylus? They require AAAA size batteries. The first time my pen went out I thought it was the computer not responding, but it turned out to be a dead stylus battery.