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How do i fix a Windows Vista Ultimate logon problem?

By jenkins1616 ·
I have a dell studio 1535 laptop with windows vista ultimate on it and when i start it it seems to load fine but when i type in my password it says either the user name or password is wrong, i know its not the user name because i am the only user. I have tried literally everything that i know how to do. Can someone help me?

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The one with the flat tire

by santeewelding In reply to tell me

Now, he's getting back at you.

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blah blah blah

by jenkins1616 In reply to The one with the flat tir ...

what are you talking about "flat tire"? the bike was perfect. so if your not going to help me then stop posting useless bullsh!t.

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The laptop wasn't

by santeewelding In reply to blah blah blah

But, you apparently are.

Anybody young enough to be screwing with dirtbikes is not old enough to declare for all what is, and what is not, bullshilt.

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Now you're just pressing your luck.

by seanferd In reply to blah blah blah

Give it a rest. No one here owes you any help.

Get over it, have your drive and controller checked out, or get the dirtbike back. If you just got the laptop, you've done been traded a lemon. Which is what santee was saying, in his own way. He wants you to consider <i>who shafted whom</i>.

And since you have finally chosen to enlighten us that this laptop was given to you in trade, the answer to the password question is: <i>Ask the jackass who traded you the laptop. </i> What else didn't you get with the laptop, I wonder. I hope you have a recovery partition. But that won't even matter if the drive controller is failing, in which case, trade it back.

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So you traded your Own Dirt Bike

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to tell me

For a Stolen Note Book.

Doesn't matter it's still stolen and you where still suckered. We do not help people Crack Passwords.

For a full explanation read here

http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-6230-0.html?forumID=102&threadID=248696&messageID=2389796&tag=content;leftCol

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You just saying so doesn't mean a thing.

by seanferd In reply to tell me

How can you not see that? Even if we personally knew you, we don't want to post the information for every idiot criminal (who couldn't find out how to crack a password elsewhere, somehow) to see.

That's just one of our community rules. You kind of have to live with it in the TR forum. The only reason my prior comment was any different is because that particular method is discussed in articles at TR (which did indeed get a rather poor reception from some community members as well).

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