Need password for logging in to my pc

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Once I setup Windows XP in my computer then I start working with troubleshooting  of networking for this reason my computer ask the password in starting and show me the shutdown button but there is no restart and standby button in the menu.

Recovering from this problem I am trying to install Windows XP again but it is failed everything. 

In this point what should I do?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #117981

Need password for logging in to my pc

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Hello

The problem in Your windows XP cd please download new windows XP proffesional.

ISO and burn new CD

and then Install windows XP your problem is solved

Thanks & Regards

Answered By 0 points N/A #117982

Need password for logging in to my pc

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Hi Bipon770,

I read your post and base on my understanding, you cannot log-in to your computer because it requires you to enter computer password. I'll give you tips to get rid of your headache caused of this. Here's how; – Log-in using your Windows NT password, 

If you still having trouble logging in, your only way is to reset the password – You may click on the password hint icon, it will give you a hit of what your password might be – If everything failed, you need to log-in as safemode, by manually hardboot your computer then press F8 while rebooting – Once in the safemode screen, 

You may change your password in their. 

Hope this helps.

Answered By 0 points N/A #117983

Need password for logging in to my pc

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I think it makes your computer stop.

So you have to need install windows XP

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Answered By 0 points N/A #117985

Need password for logging in to my pc

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hi there, 

I have read about your problem in logging in your PC since it requires a password.When you reinstalled your windows XP the problem still remains.Since you can't uninstall your windows XP,here is my suggestion.If i were you,it would be better to replace your windows XP with a newer version of windows such as windows 7 or windows Vista and here is how to do it:

Step 1: You must see to it that your programs and devices in you pc will work on either windows (windows 7 or windows Vista).

Step 2: Move or copy your files and settings to your external hard disk or another external location such as CDs, DVDs, or a USB flash drive before installing Windows 7 or Vista, and then move them back after Windows installation is completed.

Step 3: Install your preferred windows.

 
Step 4: Copy your files and settings back to your pc.
 
Step 5: After you have copied your files and settings back on your pc,you can now reinstall your programs and check for new or updated drivers.
 
Hope my suggestion will satisfy you and help solve your problem.
 
Good luck!

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