Setting up password log in problem

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I had protected my user account on my computer with a password, but after doing this, nothing appeared on the screen. So, I restarted it and tried to login with my password. I got in, but could not see further than the desktop, as the other icons did not load. This is why, I am seeking to unset the password. How do I proceed?

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Answered By 10 points N/A #106384

Setting up password log in problem

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Hello Ryan,

There is nothing wrong with your account or the computer that you are using. When you created the new account it means that you cannot access the account that you were using previously and therefore you will have to customize the new account as you want.

You will be needed to set the icons you want to appear on the desktop as shortcuts to programs that you most commonly used, create folders for storing the files and so forth.

To trace the programs so as to create their shortcuts or execute them, just go to start on the computer and then click on all programs. You will see a list of programs that are installed. You can create shortcuts of them by right clicking on a program and then choose create shortcut.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #106386

Setting up password log in problem

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You might be created a new account instead of setting password on the current account where are currently log that’s the reason why you will see a different icon from the original account. If you have remember your old account name or log-on name, usually that was the Administrator account, log in to that account and you will see the previous icon or shortcuts in have in your desktop. If you want to remove the current account, you can just get the same where you created that account then delete it. That’s it, then when booting up you will be logged using the previous user account and everything in your desktop will be backed.

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