There are several irritating issues on Windows 10, but the worst one is definitely when you can’t log in your Windows. Today we are solving the issue because due the error you cannot access the apps or files. There are some virus or malware issues that stops you from logging in your device. So, don’t worry about that as here are some instructions to solve this issue.
Check the Keyboard
- Go to the login window at the lower right-hand side and select the Ease of Access button.
- After that, locate the on-screen keyboard then select it.
- You will see a keyboard on your screen.
- Now, with the help of your mouse to input the password and attempt to log in once more.
Perform System into Safe Mode
- While pressing the Shift key, reboot the system.
- Thereafter, you will see the ‘Advanced Startup’ menu on the boot.
- Then click on the Troubleshoot option.
- Navigate to the Advanced Options and then click on the Startup Settings.
- You have to choose the Restart option.
- You will see a screen with different startup options.
- Now, hold the F5 or 5 key over the keyboard to select the ‘Enable Safe Mode with Networking.’.
- Finally, wait to finish the boot process.
Use Local Account
- Navigate to the Settings application on your system.
- After that, reach the Accounts tab and select the ‘Your info’ section.
- Go to the ‘Sign in with a local account instead’ and select it.
- You should input the password and select the Next button.
- Once you have done, select the ‘Sign out and finish’ option.
- Finally, sign-in to the Windows 10 system with the local account.
Run System Restore
- During pressing the Shift key, reboot the system.
- After that, you will see a menu of Advanced Startup on the boot.
- Navigate to the Troubleshoot option.
- You should click on the System Restore.
- Then click on the past restore point and pursue further steps.
- Now, complete the setup.
Perform the System File Checker Scan
- Reach the Windows Search on your system.
- After that, input ‘cmd’ into it and select the OK button to invoke the Command Prompt.
- Then select the ‘Run as Administrator’.
- Input the pursuing command and hit the Enter button over the keyboard: sfc/scannow.
- You have to wait to complete the process.
- Now, reboot the system.
Reset the Windows
- Firstly, navigate to the Settings application on your system.
- After that, click on the Update and Security option.
- Then go to the Recovery option and click on it.
- Beneath the ‘Reset this PC’ option. Click on the “Get Started’ button.
- You should select if you would like to
- correctly wipe the partition or keep the personal files.
- Now, pursue the on-screen steps carefully.