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Unable to Log into Windows 10


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#1 mikem3

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Posted 30 January 2016 - 06:51 AM

This problem started with Windows 8.1.
I had to fit a new HDD operating 8.1, that was how it was when I
upgraded to W10.

After 6 or 7 hours of W8.1 checking and installing I got the PC going,
only to discover that when I went to any site, I was unable to enter
a password, when I start, the first two digits go in OK,but when I hit
the third letter it goes between the first two, at least that is where the
cursor lands, this happens on any site. I had my machine set to open
without a password, so that was why I could get in.

This fault prompted me to go ahead with the W10, which I installed.
Unfortunately it kept the setting that has screwed up my password
entry, but it didn't keep the "No sign in password", so now I can't even
get in to do anything, I have had to put the bad disc back in, in order
to try and get some help. Is there a key that I can hold down to force

Windows to repair itself at start up?

Thank you for reading this and I hope that somebody has a good idea
that will help me.

Mike.



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#2 JohnC_21

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Posted 30 January 2016 - 09:32 AM

You may want to try a new keyboard. 

 

Another option is to click the clock on the login screen and select On Screen Keyboard. Use that to enter your password then Enter.

 

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Posted 30 January 2016 - 09:41 AM

Thanks for the suggestion John.

 

I will certainly try that when I put the new HDD back in.

 

Mike.






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