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Win 7 Laptop will not accept logins

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#1 justagirl


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Posted 18 May 2010 - 01:20 PM


I have a laptop that was Vista and was upgraded to win7 professional. I added 2 users to it, one for the domain at work for use with cisco vpn client and one to log on the computer with no intention of connection to the domain at work.

one is DOMAIN\USERNAME and the other is COMPUTERNAME\USERNAME They both have the same password.

These have been typed over and over and they get one of 2 errors everytime. "There are currently no logon servers available ro service the logon request" or "The username or password is incorrect". This person is offsite and has used the computer for several months logging in and no password changes. I have had him try them over and over. reboot, etc. nothing seem to work. I had him try a back door user and password I put on there and no luck with that either.

Note: he had a disc in the cd drive at some point so i had him take it out, reboot and try again. It did not help. I cannot do anything because we cannot even get into windows.

Please send any ideas.

Thank you!

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#2 justagirl

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Posted 18 May 2010 - 02:02 PM

I tried to delete this topic, but I do not see that option.

The user used a different shift key and it worked. Sometimes it is the simplest things! Apparently one of the shift keys stopped working on the laptop.

Thank you!

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Posted 19 May 2010 - 05:15 PM

No need to delete, your resolution may help someone in similar situation...happy computing :huh:.


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