MSI software `LOCKBOX' has locked me out?

  Nelly160763 17:30 25 Feb 2006
Locked

My PC=Compaq Presario(S6100UK)-WindowsXP Home SP2
I have just purchased/fitted MSI NX6200-TD128 AGP graphics card. everything seemed fine until I uninstalled a software program`LOCKBOX.'I had never used it as every time I started up my PC a warning message appeared saying, Before use test out on unimportant files before using on important files. I uninstalled with Add/Remove Programs,had to reboot. When PC had rebooted a logon screen appeared that wasn't there before, the User name: OWNER pretyped & password area was blank with blinking curser.I have tried everything & all I receive is-ERROR use correct user Name,Domain,& Password.I only ever use the same password for everything. I'm totally at my wits end, I'm Disabled with Parkinsons & my PC is Truely my life. Please Please help.

  De Marcus™ 17:49 25 Feb 2006

You could try just hitting enter, leaving all the fields empty as you do so.

A quick search of the msi forums reval a little bit but not a lot, have a look click here

  skidzy 18:06 25 Feb 2006

Nelly...Can you get into safe mode ?

Getting into safe mode:

When you turn the system on continualy press f8.

You could then try...Last good configuration

Or look for system Restore.>

Start> All programs> Accessories> system tools> System restore.

This will show you a date when changes where made.If you can remember ...go back to a a date which the system was ok for you.

  De Marcus™ 19:56 25 Feb 2006

^

  De Marcus™ 20:03 25 Feb 2006

I've just installed this program just to get a look at the accompanying .txt file for info as it's a self installing .exe file. The contents don't offer much in the way of help but here they are anyway.

* LockBox is a security program that's designed for the Win9x/ME/NT/2000/XP user.
With LockBox you can leave your computer unattended at any time and
not worry about anyone prowling through your files , just click.

* OS : Windows 95 [v] Windows NT [v]
Windows 98 [v] Windows 2000 [v]
Windows 98SE [v] Windows XP [v]
Windows Me [v]

* History :
2001.8.16 : v0.101 First version
2001.9.3 : v0.103 Add Change UserName/Password function
2001.10.22 : v0.105 add Trad_Cinese User Interface
2001.10.25 : v0.106 support Number key "0[Ins]"
Fixed bugs
The actual password characters change to displays a special character(*)
2001.10.30 : v0.107 Display Password when user enter password
Disable mouse right-click on main window
2001.11.01 : v0.201 Support Windows NT/2000/XP
2001.12.14 : v0.210 Encrypt user password
2002.01.03 : v1.53B0 auto remove old version LockBox.
fix version.
2002.03.25 : v1.63B0 Modify Label Caption
Support XP Style Interface

* Next Version Plan:

* Files :
LockBox.exe
Setting.xxx
UKHook.dll
readme.txt
readme(Trad_Chinese).txt
* How to
*** IMPORTANT - READ THIS ******************************************
The first time you run LockBox! you will get a <User/Password>Windows.
enter the Name and Password .
********************************************************************

How to lock it
Mouse Left-button Click tray icon .

How to Unlock it
Mouse Right-Button Click screen , and enter password to unlock.

How to Change UserName/Password
Mouse Right-Button Click tray icon, and select Change Name/Password menu to change it.

How to uninstall
Mouse Right-button Click tray icon , Select "Exit" menu to terminate LockBox
, open control panel , select Add/Remove Programs to uninstall .

  De Marcus™ 10:51 26 Feb 2006

Try one more bump.

  De Marcus™ 10:56 26 Feb 2006

If no other replies are forthcoming then I can only suggest a format and reinstall. Since the motherboard is a recent installation it shouldn't have too much of an impact, only this time leaving the MSI lockbox installation off.

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