mo3here January 27, 2009 at 19:53:25 Specs: Windows vista
Hi I am running Vista Home Premium on my Acer Aspire. I got the laptop new in November. It's been 'buggy' lately, and Ive run multiple anti-vius scans and have come up clean. One of the problems I was having, was intermittently being locked out. It wouldn't accept my password at logon. I used to be able to log in under safe mode or under "last known good configuration" but for 2 days now, I simply cannot log on, using any method. I have all recent microsoft updates installed, and even did a specific scan for downadup and all came up clean. I am running Live One Care and it had indicated all was clean. One odd problem was that when I went to Trend Micro to do their housecall scan, it said either Java was disabled or old. Java was running and when I went to their website, they said I was up to date with the current version, but I could never get housecall to work...Anyway, I can't get into my laptop. I've been reading about Vista log on crackers and am wondering if that'a an option? Before you ask, Yes, I am typing in the correct password, and no, caps lock is not on. Something has locked me out. Any help or advice would be appreciated. Cheers
download Hiren's BootCD. within the CD there's a program called Active Password Changer 3.0 under password tools I use that to reset vista password for my clients all the time. try www.9down.com to look it all Cheers
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