Microsoft Windows XP log on problem

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My computer software got corrupted by unknown viruses, so I tried using system restore tools but when it boots the Log On windows appeared which is not usually appears every time I open my pc.


EN Windows 7 Ultimate

Worst, I don't know what's the password is. I have many important file in there so I really need to open it.

Is there a way to open it?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #127853

Microsoft Windows XP log on problem



Well the solution is :

  • Restart your PC then Press F8.
  • Then Press Enter to Safe Mode.
  • After that logon as administrator / other user that has administrator privileges.

This will be the step:

Step 1:

Click Start, Click Settings, Click Control Panel, and then Click User Accounts.

Step 2:

Click the Administrator icon.

Step 3:

Click Create a Password or Change my password.

Step 4: Final step:

Type a password for the account, and then retype the password to confirm it.

Thank you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #127854

Microsoft Windows XP log on problem


This error may occur if you are using an account with blank password. To fix this, log on on your computer console and then set a password for the account you are using.

Or you can disable the blank password restriction by using the policy. Just click on Start > Run > type gpedit.mds and then click OK to launch the Group Policy Editor.

Locate this: Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesSecurity OptionsAccounts: Limit local account use of blank passwords to console logon only.

If you found it, double-click it and then click Disabled and then hit the OK button.

Close the Group policy Editor window.

Answered By 0 points N/A #196248

Microsoft Windows XP log on problem



Hello dear,

It seems that your computer has crashed due to some sudden restarts or improper shut downs. Do this to prevent these errors. Restart your computer. When you see the very first screen, press the F5 key. You will see some modes to run Windows in. Choose Safe Mode. When the desktop appears, go to the command prompt, and type chkdsk and press enter. It will scan the file system for bad clusters and fix them. Now, restart your computer and enjoy. Thanks.

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