System password Rejected

Windows 7
I loaded Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bits and then entered my ID and password. Rebooting PC it accepted my password. PC responded with Windows 7. Then loaded Intel CD of "Express Installer Drivers" and rebooted PC. After rebooting PC it refused my Password entry. Then tried to load Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bits repeating steps one two and got same result again. Would software or media programs offering to replace forgotten passwords obtained on the Internet be helpful? If please indicate which one of the many available. Are there BIOS updates to install that would help? Are there drivers on the Intel CD named "Drivers and Documentation" that need to be installed also? Do you have an manual to download for the Intel Board "DZ77GA-70"? I Booted up to the BIOS and found place where ID and or Password could be changed. So I selected new ID and Password for computer. Rebooted Computer but could not get in Windows-7, or CD, or BIOS. It recommended my sending an email to Intel address of

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 7 64-Bits with Intel Board :DZ77GA-70K (Extreme Series)

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I think you need to perform low-level formatting on your disk and then install OS again.

edit: wrong the answer is to restart your computer it is common knowledge

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Why did you change BIOS password? This is absolutely not necessary for Windows installation. You mentioned installed 32 bit then 64 bit, so what bit supported your system, Assuming this is a 64 bit system. If you have still loaded OS, try to reboot it in safe mode without network by pressing f8 at the time of start up. After invoking in safe mode, you can log into the system and try to uninstall unnecessary apps/ software first. Then open msconfig and check off all unnecessary services (other than Microsoft). Or you can repair the system by a set up disk and try to repair startup repair. If all of these fail, you can try to do a fresh install. If there are any data, take back up first.
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