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Suddenly I need a password

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  • I have a Dell inspiron n5010 laptop I factory reset with win 7 Home premium, 6 days ago I could access my network drive, then I restarted and suddenly it won't let me access my network , when I try to open the folder to my network drive suddenly it thinks that I need a password to access my network, my network has never been password protected so I have no user name and password, it is interfering with my linux box as well!

    any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you in advance

    2018年6月12日 7:16

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  • Hi!

    You can turn off password protected sharing in Windows 7 by following the steps below:

    1) Go to Start and then click Control Panel.

    2) Click on Network and Internet and then click Network and Sharing Center.

    3) On the left side, click Change advanced sharing settings.

    4) Expand the current network profile where you want to turn off the password protecting sharing

    5) Under Password protected sharing select Turn off password protected sharing and then click Save changes.

    Hope this helps!

    Best regards,
    Leon


    Blog: https://thesystemcenterblog.com  LinkedIn:   

    2018年6月12日 7:30
  • access network? Home network?


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    2018年6月12日 7:55
  • I have a Dell inspiron n5010 laptop I factory reset with win 7 Home premium, 6 days ago I could access my network drive, then I restarted and suddenly it won't let me access my network , when I try to open the folder to my network drive suddenly it thinks that I need a password to access my network, my network has never been password protected so I have no user name and password, it is interfering with my linux box as well!

    any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you in advance

    Have you defined a password for your user account, and is the user account known on other machines within your network? Maybe you are using a password less admin account. 

    Gruß/greetings G. Born - Blogs: http://www.borncity.com/blog (Ger) - http://www.borncity.com/win (EN)

    2018年6月12日 8:11
  • If you can't boot normally, see if you can boot to Safe Mode and run chkdsk from there:
    • Boot to Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key when the computer first starts booting, as soon as you see the manufacturers logo. Continue to press it every second or so until you get the Windows Advanced Options menu.
    • Select Safe Mode using the arrow key on your keyboard and press Enter.
    • Login as Administrator (no password unless you added one. If so, enter that password).
    • Open My Computer.
    • Right click on drive: and select Properties (drive: is your boot drive, usually C:)
    • Click on the Tools tab then the Check now button.
    • Check the Automatically fix File System errors box.

    Alternatively, you can click on Start then Run, type chkdsk c: /r and press Enter.

    For your boot drive (usually C:), you will get a window that says the check could not be performed ....
    Do you want to schedule this disk check to run the next time you restart the computer?
    Click on Yes.

    Shutdown and reboot. Chkdsk will start. It can take an hour or more to run depending on the size of your hard drive. 

    Be patient and let it complete undisturbed.
    2018年6月12日 8:17
  • Hi,

    You may need to reset your password.

    Reset your Windows password

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/14048/windows-7-reset-your-windows-password

    Best Regards,

    Tao


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    2018年6月13日 7:43
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