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If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. 2 I once saw this after installing some optional .NET Framework components through Windows Update. –Arjan What should I copy and where? I apologize for the lengthy message. > > One month ago, when exiting AOL, a window opened up in IE7 (which had not > been running) that said at the top You've posted quite a lot >lately about problems you've been having but have never answered the >question as to whether you've scanned for malware. http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/how-much-space-required-for-windows-xp.html
I may never know I guess. And in case you're > wondering, yes I saved my Identity Safe passwords, but they're in a Word > file...on my computer.as it gave no indication that it would affect the I have also heard of the ability to remove a password with a boot disc, never done it myself but friends have.And lastly, maybe the settings have just changed and there Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/windows-xp-login-suddenly-required-321047/
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If you can access "Safe Mode" using the administrator login, then create a new admin user profile and restart using the new profile.. Hopefully, you have a CD-burning program, e.g., Nero, Roxio, etc., that allows you to merely double-click on the .iso file and the program will open and create a bootable CD from Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) F-8 by Steven Haninger / December 18, 2008 9:30 AM PST In reply to: getting to safe mode.... A repair install requires you to know the password?
Same evening I noticed that I couldn't > access > Windows XP Help Center (said it couldn't find the file). As long as you haven't created a password for it previously, leave the password blank and press the "Enter" key.. Any ideas? http://www.overclock.net/t/621257/windows-xp-asking-for-login-suddenly Two, you can do a repair install.
When I use no password I get a message that reads "Local policy of this system does not allow you to logon interactively." I have attempted to go into Safe Mode, I tried to open Firefox and AOL, but both opened the > same > IE duplicating window. Free Computer Help. Error Code OFOO:286Eâ€. --Went into Setup and it shows that no Windows password is in place. --Tried to do a repair install of XP so I could get in and change
- From the parallel install you can replace registry files, modify registry files, replace bad driver files and retrieve data. (files) 1.
- Revio found no traces of Ad-Aware, but did find a program called PCHealth.
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- Lori2009 Guest Hi, My computer (Windows XP Media Center Edition, SP3) has suddenly decided that I need a Windows password to get in.
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Suddenly My Logon Requires a Password! http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/xp-suddenly-requires-password.89082/ Keep in mind when copying over the default system hive, you will need to rename it from system.bak to system. Login to it, then take the password off the other accounts Ye Olde Computer (13 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMAMD Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.9GHz, 1.456vGigabyte GA-MA790FXT-UD5Px2 PowerColor 4890 PCS+ I also had two programs that had been working fine, but now would not open (Ad-Aware was one of them).
I have tried several things to get around the sign-in screen, but > all have failed. > > Help. http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-logon-screen-does-not-appear.html We also tried typing "Administrator" and leaving the Password blank, but we get the same error. I also had two programs that had been > working > fine, but now would not open (Ad-Aware was one of them). Thankfully it was easier to solve than I though it was gonna be, thanks guys. The Beast (13 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMQ6600 @ 3ghz 24/7XFX 750iXFX 8800gt Alpha Dog!2gb OCZ
Obviously I'm able to boot > from CD, so I don't understand why I can't access the CD to repair the > Windows install. > --Tried restoring to last know good Try our newsletter Sign up for our newsletter and get our top new questions delivered to your inbox (see an example). Reply With Quote 01-10-201107:11 AM #2 DonnaB Member Spyware Fighter Join Date Apr 2009 Location Illiana, Ill.
The only people on his computer today were his kids and his sister, none of whom know what they are doing on a computer, so its hard to say what they
Full Review Nidec 120mm x 38mm 12V 40W Super High Speed Fan, Extreme Air Flow... I rebooted > thinking > this would solve the Help Center problem, but when it came back up it took > me > to the Windows log-in screen and asked for I also blanked the passwords. Please try the request again.
Never knew that. I have tried several things to get around the sign-in screen, but all have failed. Symantec, BitDefender (again), F-secure, AVG, and a couple > other > scans were all negative. > > Two days ago I set up Symantec Identity Safe, including passwords for > editing http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-logon-loop-fix.html Were you doing anything like that?"JohnJacob2000" wrote:> When I try and log into my home computer running Windows > XP pro, the login screen confirms my password then > automatically logs
More than likely, someone who used your computer recently put a password on the Administrator account and turned on the Guest account (for you). You need to turn on the guest account for users other than yourself so that they don't have full access/permissions on your computer. I have tried just hitting enter (with no password) and attempted other possible passwords to no avail.