Today we will talk about the error The User Name or Password is incorrect. Try again that happens quite often on Windows 10 at logon. The second confusing thing is when you click OK you see two identical user accounts (yes, with exact same names) on the welcome screen and you don’t know which one you need to select. So here is about the known reason of the problem and how to fix the error “The User Name or Password is incorrect. Try again”. Continue reading
In you used Windows 7, 8 or 10 to partition your hard drive, your partitions are likely to be already aligned. But this article will be useful for you if you edited partitions in Windows XP or cloned partitions using various third-party software. Here is how to check the alignment of HDD or SSD and align a partition using free utility without formatting and risk of data loss. Continue reading
Many of you faced the “PCI Simple Communications Controller” unknown device in “Other devices” section of the Device Manager on a laptop under Windows 10. Let us find out how to download and install its driver. Continue reading
By default OneDrive folder is located in C:\Users\Your-Name\OneDrive. Why move the folder? The most common reason is when your current drive (in most cases your system disk) is out of space and you want to move OneDrive folder to another disk or partition. You may also want to do it if you are re-organizing your folders to bring order to your hard disk. Using this step-by-step guide you will be able to move OneDrive folder to another disk or any other location and rename it if you wish. Continue reading
Plugged in, not charging – says Windows 10 despite the percentage is increasing. What does this mean? Sometimes the only thing that makes the battery start charging is unplugging the charger and plugging it back again. In other cases it doesn’t help and Windows 10 keeps showing you 87% available (plugged in, not charging). Let’s look how to fix it. Continue reading
Windows 10 users often use Safe Mode to resolve various issues with Windows related to booting, bluescreens, malware, etc. But it happens that users encounter the following notification in Safe Mode while trying to log in to user account:
Important note fo Windows 8/8.1/10 users: Your Windows «PASSWORD» is required! (PIN is NOT working in safe mode) Quit Immediately if you lost or don’t know it!
In this post let us discuss what to do if you see Your Windows Password is required, you are sure you type a correct password but cannot log in to your Account in Safe Mode. Continue reading