1. Joined : Aug 2016
    Posts : 156
    Windows 10 home 64x
       13 Aug 2016 #1

    After updating to 1607 Cant login to windows with my password


    Good Day
    Gentlemen

    I did find an old thread about cant login but , it is 166 days old

    so here we are with the same Question but maybe different approach
    So i know my password I enter it all i get is the little circle going around for a few seconds and then it comes back asks me for password , it does not say password is incorrect , I just cant get to windows pass the log on screen

    Any one having this problem ??

    can any one please help ? i have tried the osk.exe osk.old DID not work
    so i did a restore i get in to windows , I click on my name and choose Lock ( remember there is no password at this point i just removed it ) AND i still cant get in it just stays on the Login screen NOW that is a Little weird

    But by restarting i can get in

    any advice ?

    thank you
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  2. Joined : Feb 2016
    Posts : 8
    Windows 10 64-bit
       18 Aug 2016 #2

    We have the same problem...

    Only able to login after I restart 1 time - Windows 10 Forums

    I have the same problem. Now I can't use sleep option, because every time I wake up windows, type password, it goes back and I have to restart my PC completely, it seems that this is caused by hybrid shutdowns, because when I completely turn off my PC and turn on the password works.

    I also made a new account and it has the same problem, I can't log into it from sleep mode or "switch user" menu. Only when I restart my PC.


    I looked at the video and my PC loads for a few secs (~15) and then returns back.

    This started happening after Anniversary Update
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  3. Joined : Aug 2016
    Posts : 156
    Windows 10 home 64x
       19 Aug 2016 #3

    rudolph said: View Post
    I got rid of the Problem I have reinstalled windows on a fresh install
    did all my up dates and stay away from that stupid 1607 updade

    and stick with the original 1511

    Read this it might help you understand better

    10 Version 1511 VS 10 Version 1607 whats the Difference ?
    difference.html

    good Luck
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  4. Joined : Aug 2016
    Posts : 1
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       25 Aug 2016 #4

    I finally was able to sign into my Acer aspire 2 in 1 after frantically re-typing my "incorrect pin." I was able to switch to putting in my pin and being able to put in my Microsoft account's password associated with my tablet. It got me into Windows and went to see if I could fix my pin in my account sign in options, but no luck. It says my pin doesn't register with my company's records or something along those lines (can't really remember the phrase now because it's gone). It has to do with my school email that is also my Microsoft account as to why it's not working.
    Before I was able to sign in, I was considering restoring my tablet/laptop. But it wouldn't recognize my Microsoft password to do so!
    Thank god the password worked to sign in to Windows. Still don't know about the PIN problem. I'm exhausted now.
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  5. Joined : Aug 2016
    Posts : 156
    Windows 10 home 64x
       29 Aug 2016 #5

    justapeach said: View Post
    I finally was able to sign into my Acer aspire 2 in 1 after frantically re-typing my "incorrect pin." I was able to switch to putting in my pin and being able to put in my Microsoft account's password associated with my tablet. It got me into Windows and went to see if I could fix my pin in my account sign in options, but no luck. It says my pin doesn't register with my company's records or something along those lines (can't really remember the phrase now because it's gone). It has to do with my school email that is also my Microsoft account as to why it's not working.
    Before I was able to sign in, I was considering restoring my tablet/laptop. But it wouldn't recognize my Microsoft password to do so!
    Thank god the password worked to sign in to Windows. Still don't know about the PIN problem. I'm exhausted now.

    Happy You got it fixed

    But that is a complete different story what you mentioned in your first post ,,, any way

    In my case I knew the password but still cant get in

    what you are saying here (( re-typing my "incorrect pin." )) that's a Different Avenue

    But it all worked out
    cheers
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