Tips for Solving Computer Problems Failed to Login in Windows: Turn on or restart the computer, but the computer only display an error when trying to sign into Windows is annoying. This article might be able to help with that.
When the computer starts up, and it doesn’t want to enter Windows with an error like ‘dll not found‘ or maybe displays a ‘blue screen‘ it can be caused by many things, Including:
- Windows operating system has accidentally deleted files
- There are viruses, spyware or Trojans that are ‘loading’ when the computer starts up
- There is a corrupted file (driver) that is corrupted, and when it is read by Windows it fails
- There is damage to the hardware, especially the computer memory or hard disk
- Windows operating system is corrupted or has not finished installing
- There is a BIOS setting that is incorrectly or recently changed
Here is the way how to check and fix a Windows login failure:
Startup using the ‘safe mode’ method (press F5 when the computer first wants to enter Windows, then select ‘safe mode’).
If the computer successfully enters Windows, it means that there is a ‘loading‘ that Windows cannot read properly.
Turn off the ‘loading‘ by using the ‘msconfig‘ command at the startup section (call it at start>run>msconfig).
If the computer can’t get into Windows, the easiest way is to repair Windows. The trick is to insert the Windows installation CD, continue to change the BIOS for startup via CD and DVD-ROM, after installation go to the install Windows section, choose the Windows repair option.
You can reinstall Windows to a new folder or format the hard disk if it turns out that the Windows repair failed.
Make sure you haven’t changed any of the previous BIOS settings, if there is you should return it to the way it was, if you forget you should select the ‘Loading BIOS default‘ option.
If all of the above steps fail, there may be damage to your hardware. Damage generally lies in the memory and hard disk. VGA and mainboard may also be damaged, but the possibility is very small.
Note: Damage to the VGA card driver can also cause Windows to not be able to enter. You have to startup in ‘safe mode’ then uninstall the damaged VGA driver first, and then reinstall the correct VGA driver when entering Windows normally.