Recently, several users have reported that they are not able to login into the Windows 10 OS, or many times users always need to restart their computer system numerous times for the problem related to the missing User and Password prompt on the Windows login screen. This no password prompt ion Windows login screen should be experienced by multiple users, and this is one of the older errors. Whenever this error occurs on your screen, it simply gets a wedge with the boot loop or credential you entered then the User and Password are not recognized by the Windows users.
Additionally, users have encountered new glitches which are associated with the login screen of your Windows computers. At the time users boot up their computer system, they experience that the user and password prompt not appears on their screen. This means no way to access their computer home screen. However, no matter how many multiple accounts are signed by affected devices and all of them are not loaded easily.
Nevertheless, there are various things you need to troubleshoot the missing user login at boot, including the temporary bypassing the problem by easily turning on the automated login, or by using the command prompt to boot the computer system, Opening Credentials Manager services and many others.
Below we mentioned few solutions to troubleshoot the No Password Prompt on Windows Login Screen. The steps are discussed below.
Steps to Fix No Password Prompt on Windows Login Screen
Before continuing the process, just make sure that you performed a full system scan, as sometimes, viruses or malware infections are affecting your system or enter in your system even without taking your permission. Follow the steps in ascending order to avoid trouble and unwanted errors. Here how to fix it:
Method-1: Using System in Safe Mode
- Firstly, under the Login Screen, click and hold the ‘Shift’ key and press the ‘Restart’ tab.
- When system completes rebooting, navigate to the ‘Troubleshoot’ window.
- In the Troubleshoot window, click on the ‘Advanced Options’ tab.
- Inside the ‘Advanced Options’ tab, press the ‘Startup Settings’ option to open it.
- Tap the 5 number key on the keyboard or press the ‘enable Safe Mode with Networking’ option.
- Now, the system will automatically restart after completing the process.
- Finally, you can be able to use the system in safe mode.
Fix-2: Change Credential Manager Service to Automatic Mode
To fix this issue, you need to change your Automatic Credential service from manual to automatic. Here how to change it:
- Press the Windows + R keys all together to open the Run command search box.
- In the Run Search box, type in ‘Services’ and click on the ‘Enter’ to continue the process.
- Next, scroll down the screen to search for the ‘Credential Manager’ option.
- Then, right-click on the Credential Manager option and choose ‘Properties’ option.
- In the Startup type section pick ‘Automatic’ option.
- After that, click on the ‘Start’ option followed by Apply tab.
- Finally, click on the OK tab to finish the process.
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