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Please provide more details about the issue that you are facing.

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Hyjacker day.
Hayley Williams wants more answers to this question and now Davies.

please start your own post
then type what the PC does exactly from power on.
what screens are missing, tell them.
we can not see your screen and matters,

the title is lost password
a PC has 7 levels of PW.
where is your failing, is it windows login screen? y/n
if not where? is it. even post a photo of a failed screen, heck even be the first.

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My child was playing with the computer of which he did enter the password which he cannot remember. To this effect the computer cannot open.

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