posted on Aug, 10 2013 @ 09:23 PM
Tap F8 while system is rebooting and try the option "Last Known Good Configuration" If that doesn't work then try "Safe Mode" option. If that
doesn't work then maybe you can go into the bios and reset the bios configurations to system default. It sounds like your keyboard is stuck imputing
something that it shouldn't. Other than this you would have to completely restore the system. However, you could save your user files system settings
if you knew someone savvy enough that has a linux distro to copy your user profile and back it up on a USB hard drive. Linux doesn't care about
windows security unless it is full disk encryption.
Or like others have said give the password cracking cd a try. I don't think it will work though as the hashed passwords security wise has been worked
on by Microsoft lately and changed them to not be so easily cracked with them types of tools and others like kon-boot. After a simple Microsoft
update, it pretty much killed all of those hacks. It's kind of pointless though to crack the password when with Linux I can copy anything I want in
bash after mounting the HD unless of course you have full disk encryption or something.
I suppose keeping a password recovery usb stick would be wise. However, you have to take into consideration those usb sticks can also die without
warning and you are back to square one again. It's good to keep a backup on USB and one on DVD or maybe a cloud drive after encrypting it. I lost
count how many times I had to help people with this sort of thing. Having a backup solution is a must and you should be thinking and taking it
seriously. Get a USB or network hard drive or make backups on DVD's by using software such as TrueImage to clone your HD partitions. There is lots
of software out there a lot for free. Microsoft has it built in, virus suites have it, Nero burner type software has it the list goes on and on.